Around Cootamundra – February 9
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Meeting footy legends Around Cootamundra – February 9 GREEN TEAM: Jessica Meale, Mikayla Large and Ellisha Large were excited to get a photo with Canberra Raiders prop David Shillington at the Cootamundra Pool last Thursday morning.
FLANKED: Cootamundra rugby union star Sammy Maxwell didn’t waste the opportunity to meet her hero, Wallabies flanker David Pocock, when the Brumbies took on the Highlanders in Wagga.
FUN: Enjoying themselves at the Cootamundra High School swimming carnival on Thursday were (back, from left) Nick rumble, Sarah Edwards, Mitchell Smith and Rhys Derrick (front) Lydia Rumble, Olivia Hamilton and Eliza Cooper, all cheering for Pinkstone.
PINKSTONE PRIDE: Meanwhile another Pinkstone house member in Hamish Basham looked pretty snazzy representing with pride.
BALDRY BLUE: Tayla Heath and Jess Meale made excellent advocates for Baldry house with their super outfits.
TAKE YOUR MARKS: Ready for the 100m breaststroke are (from front) Ben Camilleri, Mitchell Holmes, Jayden Sutton, Shawn Flint, Jake Turner and Andrew Clements.
TweetFacebookTerms in FRESH FACES: Grady Maher (year eight), Clancy Maher (year 11) and Blake Guthrie (year 11) are enjoying their first week of term at St Gregory’s College in Campbelltown.
THREE Cootamundra boys are enjoying their first weeks of the term at St Gregory’s College in Campbelltown.
Starting off the 2015 year at the school are Grady Maher (year eight), Clancy Maher (year 11) and Blake Guthrie (year 11).
St Gregory’s College is a Catholic, boys only secondary college in the Marist Tradition since 1926.
They offer strong academic and pastoral care and state of the art facilities
An open day at the college for other interested families will be held on Sunday, February 22 from 10am until 1pm. Contact the Registrar on 4629 4269.
Donate to Jack’s Ride
COLLECTION tins are now in a number of locations in town for people to support Jack’s Ride for Jai.
At 12-years-old, local youngster Jack Douglas is undertaking an epic pushbike ride from Cootamundra Post Office to the Junee Post Office and will then cycle the return trip to Albert Park in Cootamundra – all of which is a total distance of 107 kilometres.
Support Jack’s efforts by donating in one of the tins now at the Central Hotel, Ex Services Club, Pazzaz Hair Studio and Cootamundra Library.
To support Jack in his ride or to find out further information, please contact his mum Rhonda on 0407 951 013 or [email protected]南京夜网.
Jack’s Ride supports Jai Godbier, who last year was diagnosed with ‘late infantile metachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD)’.
Jack wanted to help as soon as he learned about the future Jai faced. He goes to school with Jai’s brother Koby but more than anything saw a young boy in trouble and wanted to do his bit.
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