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THE CORRYONG COURIER
THURSDAY DECEMBER 17, 2015
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Corryong:- Week ending: 15/12/15
Max. Temp: 33.3(14/12/15)
Min. Temp: 5 (12/12/15)
Evaporation: 63.6 mm
Khancoban:- Week ending: 15/12/15
Max. Temp: 32.5 (14/12/15)
Min. Temp: 5.3 (12/12/15)
Forecast: A high pressure system centred to
the east of Tasmania will move slowly northeas-
wards over the Tasman Sea over the next few
days. The high will extend a ridge westwards
across Tasmania, however this ridge will weak-
en during Saturday as a cold front reaches from
the west. The cold front will move across Victo-
ria during Sunday.
Today: Sunny: Max 35: Min: 12
Friday: Partly Cloudy: Max: 37 Min: 15
Saturday: Mostly Sunny: Max: 38 Min: 16
Sunday: Becoming cloudy: Max: 38 Min: 18
Monday: Shower or two: Max: 29 Min: 17
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Cont. from page 9:
After this and over many
buildings and attractions
were added to the outdoor
collection - including
State School, the ANZ
bank from Cudgewa, the
Corryong police station
and lockup, shearing
shed, blacksmiths, men’s
shed and old printing
Many working bees
included names like Alan
Smith, Hugh Gabel, Barry
McKelvey, Len Lebner,
John Whitehead, Albert
Mildren, Jack Hillier
and the committee. The
blacksmiths shop had a
large input from museum
patron Tom Mitchell.
Office bearers who
have given exceptional
service over the past
50 years include Fraser
Butland (president 1975-
1990), John Whitehead
(president 1990-), Val
Ordish (treasurer 1973-
2007), Margaret Jarvis
(treasurer 2007-), Mary
Stewart Ross (secretary
awarded an Order of
Australia in 2010 for
services to history.
In recent years much
work on further indoor
exhibits such as the
have been carried out by
Marita Albert, Margaret
Jarvis, John Murphy,
Certificates of Appreciation were recently presented to Corryong Visitor
Information Centre volunteers Glenda Haberecht and Ros McKenzie who have
just celebrated 25 years of service.
The presentations were made to Ros and Glenda at the information centre’s
end of year get-together, where they reminisced about their involvement, the
changes that they’ve seen over the years and the good friends that they’ve
made along the way.
If you’re interested in joining Ros, Glenda and the team as a volunteer call the
centre on 02 6076 2277.
Volunteers keep the public informed
Glenda Haberecht (left), and Ros McKenzie are presented with
certificates by Towong Shire’s Lauren Elvin and Marilyn Clydsdale.
John Whitehead and the
A few years ago,
the historical society
was presented with the
challenge of displaying
the famous J O Simpson
government money as
well as over $55,000 of
museum money realised
the goal. Towong Council
also contributed around
This rug has added to
the already impressive
collection of items of
national significance held
at the museum.
were undertaken to expand
the facility some years ago
the committee also took
the opportunity to upgrade
the kitchen facilities and
the toilet block, security
The next big challenge
is to organise the historic
costume display inside the
As with nearly all
organisations, the museum
relies on volunteers to man
it during opening times.
we would not be able to
operate every day of the
year, something most
museums our size do not
attempt,” Stewart said.
“So we say a big ‘thank
you’ to all our valued
Museum overcomes challenges
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