A MYOORA resident, making his way past the Coffee Shop in Henty’s main street, stopped an unwanted stranger from entering the shop, with his cane.
Mel was more than happy not to have this visitor in her shop.
A juvenile brown snake had no chance against the gentleman with lighting reflexes.
MORE on snakes: Bendigo Bank staff may have found a snake of similar size in the lane beside the bank.
Just wondering if they were siblings?
ROTARY’S paper recycling usually has some interesting and unwanted items in their paper recycling bin; cardboard, plastic, metal and the like.
This week it was a live .234 Winchester round. Bonus!
SISTERS Jean and Margaret Bennett went to Wagga representing Mundawadra Red Cross at a function with the NSW Governor, David Hurley and his wife Linda recently.
Red Cross members across the Riverina, Blood Bank staff and volunteers attended.
THE bi-partisan Friends of the Men’s Shed Parliamentary Group was established to recognise and celebrate the achievements of Australian Men’s Sheds.
As a part of this year’s activities it is launching the inaugural Men’s Shed Week.
The week runs March 6 to 12.
Henty Men’s Shed will be participating with activities and open days all week.
Everyone is invited to see what goes on.
HENTY Show had a lot going on this year.
Beside the record number of horse entries, the show’s first water slide made its presence felt on a hot day – the kids loved it.
Other than one incident, all went rather smoothly.
A pat on the back for all those supporting our local show, in any capacity.