Following the success of the inaugural Tocumwal Chamber of Commerce Big Breakfast in 2011, a new tradition was born.November 9, 2012 4:10am
The 2012 event was held on Sunday, and was another great success.
Held on the Tocumwal Foreshore, hundreds of adults were officially counted having breakfast.
The beauty of the Big Breakfast is the people providing the food are locals, all raising money for their organisations, with the money going back into the town.
The sit-down breakfast flooded the foreshore, with tables winding from the playground all the way down Anzac Avenue.
Tocumwal Primary School entertained crowds with a recorder performance.
Children had their faces painted and everyone tucked in to a delicious breakfast.
There was something to tempt all tastebuds with pancakes and strawberries, coffee, bacon and egg rolls, croissants, french toast, fresh fruit, yoghurt and more.
It was truly a smorgasbord of community involvement and organisers were ‘‘thrilled’’ with the morning.
SPC Ardmona KidsTown has featured a beautiful wooden fruit bin maze for about 20 years, but over time the structure has started to deteriorate.
The Yarrawonga Pigeons have suffered a defeat at the hands of the Wangaratta Magpies at Norm Minns Oval in Wangaratta.
One message has come through loud and clear to me during this long campaign
The Moama-Echuca Border Raiders made it three wins from three grades at Harrison Reserve on Sunday in round five of the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League.
TRADIES are usually part of the furniture at the Criterion Hotel on a weeknight, but last Wednesday they shared the space with some Australian political high-flyers.
SPONSORED: TAKE a trip to Bendigo this July and enjoy a country-style holiday, plus a jam-packed program of events at the Australian Sheep and Wool Show 2016.
Avenel win easy
Berrigan Shire councillor Daryll Morris says he has been sickened by some of the vitriol and personal attacks to surface since the council’s proposal to redevelop Finley’s Memorial Hall and School of Arts site was revealed in October last year.
THE Australian Hearing Bus is stopping by Heathcote to offer free hearing checks and raise hearing health awareness, to locals in the community.
Udderly delightful merchandise will be on offer around the Cobram district to help support dairy farmers facing tough times after suppliers Murray Goulburn and Fonterra announced price cuts.
Deniliquin’s Kayla Smith will travel to Canada on Wednesday to compete in two major athletics meets.
Murray Goulburn will open with $4.31/kg milk price for the 2016-2017 year.
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