Cobargo man Lee Sweeny is well known for his hobby of constructing unusual push bikes in his home workshop using parts from old bikes he collects from local sources, including the tip. Here he is roadBirthday calls
Happy birthday to Scott Lambert, Lily Warby, Zoe Harrington, Robyn Coombes, Barry Mead, Ryan Newton, Jamiee Jamieson, Tessa Stewart, Erin Ahkin, Talitha Stafford, Carol Atkins, Pat Thornton, Johnno Hergenhan, Kylie D’Arcy and Kellie Heffernan who all celebrated their birthdays during the week.
Grant Davis of Bega recently celebrated his birthday with friends.
Happy birthday to Scott Lambert of Kalaru who turned 21 on Tuesday July 17. Lots of love from Mum, Dad, Stacey, Shane, Riley and all of your friends and family.
Gary DeLaMare celebrated his 21st at the Bega Bowling Club on Saturday. Friends and family travelled from near and far to help Gary celebrate his big day. He us pictured with his mother Mary and brother Glen.
Happy 21st birthday to Erin Joan Ahkin for today, July 20. Still as beautiful as ever. Love always from Mum, Dad, Kylie, Christie, Ashley, Mikayla, Ella, Ciall, Riley, Nanna Lucas and Nanna and Pop.
Happy birthday to Stephanie Pieper who turned 16 yesterday (Thursday). Love from Mum, Dad and family.
The photos have come in from the recently fundraising nights for multiple sclerosis research.
The first night, Mates for MS, was ladies only with everyone asked to wear red.
A quantity of sangria and cocktails was consumed and $730 was raised.
The other fundraiser was a men only poker night and it raised $777.
A further $300 was raised from the sale of armbands bringing the total to $1,800.
Friends and family gathered together to help celebrate the wedding of Ross Oldham to Katrina Gallimore at the Grange in Pambula on Saturday, May 19.
The bride and her father, pageboys Reece and Joe travelled in a magnificently presented horse-drawn stagecoach.
Bridesmaids Amanda Morrison, Kylie Gallimore and Belinda Rambow travelled in a Torana street machine and the groom and his attendants, Adam Maxworthy, Rob Cochrane and Todd Goldspink, arrived on highly polished Harley Davidson motorcycles.
Pauline and Lyle Blair announce the engagement of their daughter Michelle Blair to Ely Wetzler, son of Greg and Janie Wetzler.
Everyone wishes them both a lifetime of love and happiness.
Robyn Heffernan and Matthew Harpley were married on March 31 at St Patrick’s Church, Bega, with Father Mick Burke officiating.
Robyn is the eldest daughter of Roger and Nalda Heffernan of Candelo and Matthew is the son of Peter and Maree Harpley of Canberra.
Robyn was attended by her sisters Anne and Catherine and childhood friend Requel Slack (nee Beasley).
Matthew’s attendants were his mates Peter O’Keefe, Peter Klekner and Damian Mommsen.
The reception was held at The Wharf Restaurant at Merimbula and the wedding cake was beautifully decorated by family friend, Trish Beasley.
After a two-weeks honeymoon in Thailand, Robyn and Matt have settled at Surf Beach while their new home is being built at Broulee.
The Bega Valley Chapter of Compassionate Friends has erected a memorial seat in the Tathra Memorial Gardens.
A working bee and picnic were held on Saturday, June 23, on a beautiful day in Tathra.
Todd Whyman gave his time, equipment and expert building knowledge on the day, which was very much appreciated by the members.
This is a very fitting memorial to the children of members and will be a special place for family members to sit and look out to sea.
The members were treated with four whales passing by on this special day.
Thanks to the Tathra Lions for their permission to erect this memorial chair in their lovely gardens.
Compassionate Friends meet on the first Monday of each month in the Bega Red Cross Rooms at 7pm.
The group offers support and friendship to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents following the death of a child of any age or cause.
Student and staff of Bemboka Public School welcome Mrs Anne France to the
school as relieving K1 teacher for the remainder of the year.
Mrs France has three pupils in her kindergarten class, Josh Smith, Jamie O’Brien and Luke Walters.
Asked to comment on their new teacher, Josh said she could read very well; Jamie advised that she is nice; and Luke said she was good.
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