A party planned for Rochester on Saturday has plenty of fun for all.February 1, 2013 4:20am
Rochester’s Summer Party will occupy Gillies St from the shire hall to the water tower on Saturday from 5pm until late.
The party will include emergency services displays; the Criterion Hotel will have a street bar in front of the hotel; food stalls and a barbecue; two bands; and children’s entertainment.
The band Acoustic Republic will play from 5pm to 8pm and Local Content will play from 8pm to 11pm.
A photo booth will be set up outside the Criterion Hotel from 5pm to 9pm and BMX and skateboard experts will teach tricks at the skatepark.
Semi-professional skateboarder Jack Kirk has been secured to display his skills and BMX champion Adam Hugh, who has over 20 years’ experience in the field, will also demonstrate bike tricks.
The Shepparton Passenger Services Working Group has been named and is ready to assess the region's rail passenger issues.
Yarrawonga Football Netball Club senior footballer Jeremy O’Brien celebrated his 200th senior Ovens and Murray Football Netball League game against the Wodonga Bulldogs on Saturday.
Tatura Men’s Shed members enjoyed an interactive information session on Tuesday with Council on the Ageing’s Alan Bull.
Echuca's Sarah Baldwin played her 50th game for the Bendigo Thunder on Sunday.
Rochester student James Bolitho recently returned from India, spending time with students teaching swimming.
100 days at Tongala Primary.
Nagambie Primary School students - and budding green thumbs - have produced something truly special.
A man who attempted, but failed miserebly, to rob the Tocumwal Pie Shed is still on the run from police.
About 80 people attended Friday's community meeting at Heathcote RSL to discuss concerns about exposure to industrial antimony.
Black Dog ride participants meet up in Cobram before they burn rubber to beat the blues.
The Deni Rovers' A grade netballers are well and truly in the hunt for a finals berth after a strong win on Saturday.
Wheat crops sown at the end of April to mid-May were two to three weeks early, increasing the risk of frost damage, the Finley Discussion Group’s meetings earlier this month heard.
Benalla resident Vince Branigan uncovered more of Swanpool's history after discovering an old photograph.
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