Another Eden Community Market is on the horizon, in fact it’s this Saturday, June 17. There will be gifts, produce, food and music. All at the Eden Uniting Church grounds, on Chandos Street. Come alond and hear the local music over lunch from 10am - 2pm.
Friends of the Eden Killer Whale Museum will meet at the Museum on Monday, June 19 at 1 pm followed by the curatorial meeting.
Congratulations to my grandson and Eden local Mitch Griffiths and his partner for the birth of their son Hunter at Canberra Hospital. Hunter is Nicole and Barry Griffiths’ second great grandson. “We are thrilled," Nicole said.
Eden Cash Mob
June’s Cash Mob saw the mob head to the top of town to support Crowies Matilda Servo which had a huge range from groceries, meat, fishing gear and camping gear to oysters and slushies. Nicole and Shane felt privileged to host us therefore put on some super specials.
Tony won the Our Eden Chamber of Commerce voucher while Cassie took home the shopping voucher donated by Roses Property Management. However, it was the youngsters who got to spend the vounchers with Kaitlyn Schofield spending the Roses Property Management voucher and Tyler Banks spending The Our Eden Chamber of Commerce voucher. A very shocked Brenda took home a new Television that was donated by Michelle and Michael from Eden Bedding and Furniture (pictures online).
Morning tea was enjoyed at The Deli where they treated us to some yummy morning tea treats and samples with the girls kept busy on the coffee machine.
If you were unable to make it on the day of the mob please try and call in sometime through the month. The next Cash Mob will be Saturday, July 1. The mob will meet on the sunny side of the street out the front of the IMB.
We are looking for anyone who would like to have their garden 'open to the public' on October 28 and 29 for our annual Open Garden event. This event, held on the weekend prior to the Whale Festival, has proved to be extremely popular with gardening enthusiasts. Funds raised go towards supporting our local community. Please consider sharing your garden. Please contact Sandra on 02 64961459 (after hours).
To participate in Men’s Health Week, Eden Men’s Shed and ESSCI will have an information table outside the Eden Newsagency on Saturday morning, June 17th. A wide range of information will be available and all men and their partners and family are welcome to come and browse the subjects covered. There will also be information on both organisations, new members for which are always welcome.
Meet n Munch
Meet n Munch friends will be gathering at the Eden Gardens Country Club for lunch on Thursday, June 22 at 12 noon. Contact person is Daphne on 6496 3245.
Meals on Wheels
The Meals on Wheels Roster for the week starting Monday June 19 is as follows: Monday, June Whalley and Judy Bateman, Tuesday Jan and John Polak, Wednesday Maureen Walker and Ena Anderson, Thursday Sue Kelly and Flo Young, Margaret Sheaves and Mary Hoodless.
Pambula Baptist Church is hosting a church history fun day on Saturday June 17 celebrating over 40 years. At noon there will be a free barbecue lunch with activities, games and displays. From 3pm there will be afternoon tea, anecdotes and stories accompanied by photographic displays and memorabillia. The day should finish by 5pm. Old PBC'ers are welcome. If you are aiming to attend, please RSVP to Judy Davidson on 0419 009 185. There will also be a special service of thanksgiving and remembering on Sunday, June 18, at 9:30am.
Rotary local heroes
This week on Rotary Local Heroes, following news round up with Gav, Colin will be joined by local historic society stalwart, Don Bretherton, before Christine Mabbott, who will talk about her role at St Vinnie's. They'll be followed by the organisers of Nethercote Music Factory, Jim Hinckley and Brian Ahern. Tune in to 97.5 FM from 8:30am every Friday for great listening.
Pet of the week
Flash is a very friendly one year old male Border Collie x. He really loves the company of people and other dogs, walks well on the lead, but could do with a bit more training in that area.
He knows how to sit, come, travels well in the car and will do anything to please. There is no malice in this dog but he needs a home where he will have a lot of company as he does not like being on his own. With his nature you could take him anywhere. Another dog in the family would be ideal. (View a picture of Flash online)
For more information about Flash or one of the several wonderful dogs and cats that are also available for adoption through the Far South Coast Volunteer Branch of Animal Welfare League NSW call 0400372609.
Sapphire Coast Branch of RSPCA have several older cats as well as kittens available and are contactable on 0419267799 or through the Sapphire Coast branch of RSPCA Face-book page. Adoption fees are subsidized for dogs and cats adopted through AWLNSW and RSPCA. All companion animals come de-sexed, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and vet checked.