The Scout Hall is where to go if you want to join up.BOB CRICK July 9, 2014 3:02am
Nagambie Lakes Men's Shed members Bob Crick, David Keall, Ray Paterson, Ray Harris, John Plant and Jamie Haisman at their new venue.
Nagambie Men’s Shed has moved into its new venue.
Nine members turned up last Wednesday at the Scout Hall. We appreciate the donations of tools and wood by Nagambie residents but would still like some more.
Members are also thankful for electrical and hand tools and wood collected from donors in Tallarook, Seymour and Shepparton.
Contact Bob Crick, David Keall or Steve Manley if you have tools to donate to this worthy cause. Due to space restrictions to store timber it may take some time for it to be collected.
Lights were put up and wired in the rear shed of the Scout Hall. We are storing some donations and timber will be sorted and sized this week.
When the rear shed is lined and powered, manufacture of toys and small items can begin in earnest.
Nagambie Lakes Men’s Shed’s first major project is to design and build a new timber frame for a swing set for Nagambie Playgroup, next to the Presbyterian Church.
It would be great to see some more interested members come along to the Scout Hall today or next Wednesday from 11
— Bob Crick
Nagambie Men’s Shed
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