Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
LAST Thursday’s social bowls’ winners were Bob Chaplain, Justin Walker, and John Messina.
Over the weekend, three games of Club Triples were contested with a great variety of bowls being played to secure a win in see-sawing games.
Jim Martinod, Michael Roots, and Mal Clifford defeated Doug Juhas, Peter Smith, and Warren Sinclair.
Michael de Vries, Ian Humphreys, and Sergio Dalla Pozza were too strong for George Edgerton, John Morrison, and Ted Dorrington.
Graeme Anderson, Steve Howe, and John Kremastos defeated Matt Achello, Jamie Paterson, and Joe Van Tienen.
In the Mixed Pairs game, Sam Pagano and Bev Anderson defeated Helen Paterson and Alf Strano.
The Games Director would like the Consistency Singles games to be played by September 30.
Players are asked to check the white board for the draw and to organise their games.
Mal Clifford and Snow Clark were elected as Pennants Selectors at the Men’s meeting last Thursday.
At the meeting, it was decided to start play by 1:15pm on Thursdays. Names need to be in by 12.30pm, please, so the card can be called by 1.00pm. Visitors are most welcome.
BABINDA Lions Club is holding its first Youth Halloween Disco on Friday, October 29, at Babinda RSL Memorial Hall, 26 School Street.
FOUR thousand people from all over the North flocked to Cardwell for Seafest last weekend, which had events going from Friday, October 1 to Sunday, Oc
Pickleball is often described as fun, social, and highly addictive by millions of converts from around the world and they want to share their secret w
QUEENSLAND Police Officers from the Cassowary Coast Patrol Group and staff marched solemnly up the main street of Innisfail, before a service at the M
THREE Innisfail Leprechauns A-grade players have been nominated for the coveted Cairns District Rugby League Gold Medal, with the winners to be announ