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THE CORRYONG COURIER
THURSDAY AUGUST 4, 2016
Local Newspapers Research Study conducted by Brand Navigator March 2012. Regional newspaper readers = 610. Q : “I have visited
a store or business because of advertising in this source of information.” 57% for regional newspapers, 26% for local TV.
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People are more than twice as likely
to have visited a store or
business because of a
newspaper ad rather
than an ad on local TV.
To make your brand a local hero contact the Corryong Courier on
6076 1045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corryong Courier, Brett & Carol Halliday, Lions Club of Corryong,
Rotary Club of Corryong.,The Man From Snowy River Bush Festival,
Corryong Country Inn & Riley’s Restaurant, K A Bailey Mechanical
Repairs, Costello Rural, St. Vincent de Paul’s of Corryong, Legends on
Hansen, Damm’s Auto & Deisel Repairs, Corryong College, Ambassadors
of Jesus Christian Assemblies of Corryong, Corryong Service Centre,
Mother Hubbard’s B&B, Historic Machinery Club, The Uniting Church of
Corryong, Khancoban Roadhouse, Shane O’s Cafe, Khancoban Markets,
Khancoban Alpine Inn, Mal & Big O’s Meat Barn, Corryong Bowling
Club, Corryong Sporting Complex, Elmstead Cottages B&B, Crystals
Kitchen, Upper Murray Pizza & Cinema Cafe, Dart Mining, Corryong
Courthouse Hotel, Intimo Consultant – Racheal Cousins, The Border Mail,
Commitment Fitness, Corryong Health Food Shop, Corryong Newsagency,
Walwa Bush Nursing Centre, Walwa Primary School, Walwa Hotel, The
Tintaldra Hotel, Upper Murray Seeds, Murray Goulburn IGA Corryong,
Hands of Healing, Corryong IGA Supermarket, Corryong Information
Centre, Corryong Show Society, Corryong Men’s Shed, Green Grocer,
Upper Murray Trading Post, Corryong Football, Corryong Medical Clinic,
Warrick Ross Computers, CWA Tintaldra, Jigsaw Housing, Nariel Folk
Festival, The Towong Turf Club, WAW Credit Union, Upper Murray
(Corryong) Farmers Market, Roger C. Brown, Bunnings Albury, Bunnings
Wodonga, Jazskimo Creative, McRae Motors, Jingellic Pony Club, RACV,
ABC Goulburn Murray, Trakmaster Offroad Caravan Club Inc, Towong
Hall, Corrong Campdraft, The Gippsland Balladeer, The Bonza Bush Band,
Tom Groggin Station, Corryong Courthouse Hotel, R.M.Williams, Upper
Murray Historical Society, Fork & Spoon, Khancoban Markets, Keen
Agers, Tey’s Wagga Wagga, Corryong Diabetes, Upper Murray Pony Club,
John Hossack Funeral Services, The Baptist Church, Upper Murray Soy
Wax Candles, UM Historical Society; Rusty’s Smash Repair, The Purple
Bucket Foundation Inc;
Thanks also to the many individuals who have purchased raffle tickets and
contributed donations of goods/services and their time.
Thank you all for your support and generosity - Emily & Alison.
“Last Hope for
a Life” Appeal
Help Emi get
to America for
Donations can be made
online at www.gofundme.
com/EmiCalmare or to the
Lions Club of Corryong
Community Account at
the Commonwealth Bank
(BSB 063-670 / account
“Expression of interest/Save the dates
A local business has kindly offered to run a trivia night with the proceeds
going to our appeal. We are seeking expressions of interest from individuals,
clubs, organisations or businesses for tables of 6-8 either on the 20th of
August or the 27th of August. Please text or phone Alison Hewatt 0428 761
864 or email at email@example.com”
Walwa Children’s Services
Ways we are exploring the Victorian
Learning and Development Framework’s
five outcomes this month:-
• Identity: The children are exploring their
identity through role play in our home corner
space which provides them with opportunity
to explore and take on different roles as well
as learning ways to interact with others to
ensure cooperative play.
• Community: The program is exploring
different roles in the community and this
month we are exploring fire fighters. We
have fire stations for the children to engage
in pretend play.
• Wellbeing: Due to the colder days we have
brought some of the outside inside. This
includes a slide and rocking horse to encourage
participatation in physical activity. We also
have a sand tray to promote sensory play.
• Learning: For our project work on farms
we are currently developing a farm play
space. The children are involved in creating
the props and the play space. These have
included making sheep, a windmill, barn and
water tank. This space provides the children
with time, space and materials to construct
their own learning.
• Communication: To help promote
conversation between the children and
between children and educators, the program
has playdough with play mats. This provides
opportunity for the children to explain what
they are making, how they are making it and
what they need to make it.
Walwa—Early Childhood Education &
Care Mobile Children’s Services
Mobile: 0402 147 135
Wodonga Office: (02) 6056 4399
A Walwa woman has raised more than $2000 off
her own bat to make a difference for people who
are battling cancer.
Mary Hunt gave up alcohol for a month under
the Dry July initiative to help ease the burden,
reduce stress and add a bit of comfort for those
affected by cancer.
“This is my second year of being dry for July,”
“Last year I raised $1945 so this year I set my
goal as $2000 and I have exceeded this by raising
“The money raised go towards making life a
little more comfortable for those being treated
for cancer. We all know someone who has been
through cancer and it is great if we can make a
difference in someone’s life.
“I bulk emailed all my contacts almost every day
plus really pushed the cause on facebook and am
very grateful to those who donated and got me
to my goal.
“Thanks to the supporters from Corryong and
Walwa who contributed when I walked the
circumference of the oval at the local football
rattling my tin on Saturday - they contributed
“I’m hoping that if I take part next year the Albury-
Wodonga Cancer Clinic will be registered and I
can nominate them as my preferred provider,”
“I have nominated St Vincent’s Hospital for the
two years I have taken part.”
Going dry for
a good cause
The fiddler on the roof - Mary
Hunt - has raised $2000 for
cancer patient care.
Takings from the
UMHCS Auxiliary street
stall were $591.65 and the
winner of the competition
Thanks to everyone who
supported the stall.
Whitsed, who went on to
complete her journalist
degree, is now a reporter
with the Shepparton
News after working on
the Euroa Gazette for the
past year. Coincidentally,
her position at that paper
has been filled by another
former Courier employee
Local news items are
welcome for this column.
Please email: editorial@
or phone 02 60761045.
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