LAST Friday all Henty Public School year 6 students travelled to the Riverina ABC studio in Wagga to take part in the Australian War Memorial’s - Roll of Honour Soundscape Project. Each student was allocated the name of a soldier from World War I and completed a voice recording stating information about the soldier. This recording will be a permanent installation at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
BEV McFarland, principal of St Paul’s Lutheran School, has been attending the National Lutheran Principals Conference with most principals from the 84 Lutheran schools across Australia. The theme for the conference is “Keep the Fires Burning”. Conference commenced with Paster Adam officiating at the opening service. Adam has passed on his regards to all in Henty.
THE Australian Government Service is supporting rural communities by providing convenient access to payments and services. This specialised vehicle offers a wide range on face-to-face and self-service assistance. The van will be at the Henty Railway Station car park on Monday June 6, 9.30am till 4pm.
AT THE Henty Garden Club’s 30th anniversary two well-known gardeners, Lorraine Hamilton and Coral Whiting, returned for the reunion at the CWA Hall.
ABOUT $68,000 has been injected onto our local communities following approvals and funding of grants. Funds came from Federal and State governments and philanthropic organisations. Henty & District Lifestyle Centre received about $28,000 of these funds.
ORIEL McRae had another successful World Vison cake stall last Friday. Oriel has been providing a greater range of modified “temptations” in response to the dietary restrictions many of us now enjoy.