John Ebsworth’s word around town | COMMUNITY

DAVID Muller has returned home after spending some time with daughter, Robyn Wuttke, and family, in Adelaide. The last weeks were spent with daughter Heidi and family in Brisbane.

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HEIDI and Paul's daughter, Felicity, was married last Saturday at Montville to Nathan Dunning. They have left for a honeymoon in England and Iceland. David was able to attend the funeral of Pastor Russell Weier at Nambour on May 26. Pastor Weier was the resident Lutheran Pastor in Henty from 1989 to 1998.

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HENTY Public School’s stage 2 and 3 students have been busied this term preparing for the multicultural and Rotary Public Speaking competitions. They also had two teams competing in the Premier’s Debating Challenge. Congratulations to Ethan Wenke and Ruby Brown who had been selected to present their speech last Thursday morning to decide who will further represent their school. Congratulations to 3 and 4 students, Ryan Klemke, Roqaya Al-Musawy, Ryder Corrigan and Hussein Al-Musawy for making it to the next round of the Multicultural Speech Competition.

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TEMORA Men’s Shed members made a visit to the Henty Men’s Shed an enjoyable occasion last Friday. Henty members made up for the dismal day by offering a friendly morning tea and lunch. This was followed by a trip over to the Headlie Taylor Header Museum with Milton Taylor and Bruce Taylor providing interesting talks about various aspects of history, engineering and proposed future activities of the Museum Committee. Henty members are planning for a return visit to the Temora Shed. It gave Alice Hore the opportunity to catch up with brother Allen Terlich who was with the group.