THE official opening of the Violet Town Medical Clinic, Euroa branch took place on Monday.
ALTHOUGH the grand final should be played between the best two teams in the competition, it’s by no means a guarantee.
ARTISTS living in the North East region never cease to surprise and delight their communities with their skills and creative talents.
GOULBURN Valley Water is well into the process of constructing a second clearwater storage tank at the Euroa Water Treatment Plant site on Euroa-Strathbogie Road. The 2.2 megalitre (ML) tank will double the capacity of treated water able to be held at the site, and ensure that the town’s water supply is guaranteed as it[…]Read more
IT’S February, and for most kids around the country that means a return to the classroom for 2017. For the youngest of our schooling community last Monday was their first day, and foundation students and their parents parted ways at the school gates for the first time- with no doubt a few nerves, and perhaps[…]Read more
VIOLET Town RSL officially opened the new ‘Ted Armstrong Rooms’ in the space formerly the Violet Town Library. With the library moved into the newly created space next door, the RSL were leased the premises by council on an ongoing basis. The ribbon was cut for the hall opening by Peg Armstrong, on behalf of[…]Read more
Skeletons, witches, ghouls, princesses and even dinosaurs descended on Cowslip Street in Violet Town for the “Nightmare on Cowslip Street” Halloween Festival. The festival was organised by the Violet Town Business Group, an informal association of local businesses and volunteer groups formed a couple of months ago which already has more than 60 members. Recognising[…]Read more
A SURPRISE 90th birthday party was recently held at the Violet Town Bush Nursing Centre for volunteer Dot Rae to commemorate her outstanding commitment. Dot, who turned 90 at the end of last month, still delivers meals on wheels, bakes biscuits weekly and provides social support to residents at the centre among several other community[…]Read more