Farewell to much-loved home officer

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FAREWELL: Tracey Watson was recently the guest of honour at a farewell party. Tracey is pictured with her fellow nursing home co-workers.
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Tracey Watson has been an integral part of the Cootamundra Nursing Home for the past six years. Tracey has decided to make the move to Griffith to pursue new adventures.

Tracey was the RAO (Recreational Activities Officer) of Ellandale House dementia memory care unit.

Over the years Tracey has built a very close bond with both the residents and her co-workers.

Tracey is well known for her zest and love of fundraising for our community owned nursing home.

She was the mastermind behind the annual Coota Nursing Home’s highly successful Bloke & Sheila’s Poker Run.

Best wishes Tracey on your new journey.

FUN: Phoebe Leary and Abbey Sloane had a great day on the court. The Cootamundra Netball Association held their successful annual carnival last Sunday.

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THANK YOU: Under 14s Cootamundra Cougars basketball team thanked coached Pat Ballard at a dinner held recently.

A local lady is quite distraught after losing her engagement ring in town last Friday, May 27.

She has been wearing the ring for the past 25 years.

The ring is sterling silver with an aquamarine stone.

Should you happen to find the ring it can be handed into the Cootamundra Herald office.

Fingers crossed it will be found.

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BALL: Looking stunning at the 2016 ShowAll Rural Ball held in Wagga last weekend were locals Todd Ronning, Lucy McGlynn, Brooklyn Thompson and Richard Booth.

Yet another amazing artist will be gracing our very own Arts Centre.

Andrew Blanch is a classical guitarist from Sydney and has performed concerts and competed in competitions all around the world, developing a reputation as one of the country’s leading young guitarists.

Andrew will be performing on Friday, June 10 at 7pm in the Arts Centre Exhibition Room.

Tickets can be purchased from The Arts Centre.

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LAST DAY: Yolanda Scholtz had her last day at the helm of The Khaya yesterday. We wish her all the best with the future. Picture: Contributed

After fivewonderful years of serving delicious coffee at her coffee shop Yolanda Scholtz is taking a step back.

Yesterday being her last day at the helm of The Khaya.

The Khaya will be under new management from today.

Yolanda’s smiling face and welcoming “good morning”will be certainly missed.

Enjoy this time with your family.

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