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Community Group - February 2018 News


For any information about the WHJCG, contact : Allen Hall on 57 871 474.






Five Wandong souvenir spoons and five Wandong fridge magnets are now available. WHJCG items now available for purchase at the Wandong Post Office are:

"Ghosts, Gold & A White Elephant"    $45

Wandong History on DVD                  $10

Wandong post cards                          $1.50 or 8 for $10

Wandong car window stickers            $2 inside $1.50 external

Wandong souvenir spoons                 $7 or $30 for set of five

Wandong fridge magnets                   $3.50 or $15 for set of five

The Wandong Community calendar ($5) and the book on Wandong's history "Wandong - Remnants of an Innovative Past" ($20) are also on sale at the Wandong Post Office. The WHJCG sincerely thanks Mrs Lynne Dore for her patience and enormous amount of time involved to produce the book on the terra cotta lumber brick industry. 


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The members of WHJCG would like to thank everyone who supported our activities over the holiday period including the Wandong Community Carols, Wandong Pharmacy’s VIP Christmas at the Plaza and the Australia Day breakfast and ceremony. Thank you everyone who supported the Christmas raffle - without fund raisers such as this we cannot pay insurances or make improvements to our town. The raffle winners were Debby Roberts, Peter Gough and Ken Bausch all of Heathcote Junction. A big thank you to the Wandong - Wallan Lions Club for physically and financially supporting the Australia Day breakfast.


Huge congratulations to the Wandong - Heathcote Junction Australia Day award recipients, Kath Christensen, Alan Ryan and Maurie Scanlon. These three residents (aged 88, 88 and 84 respectively) are town treasures with a wealth of knowledge which we hope to record in the near future.


We would welcome any residents who could help keep our town tidy by attending our Clean Up Australia Day working bee from 9am to 12 noon Sunday 4th March. Refreshments, safety gloves and vests provided.

The WHJCG has written to Mitchell Shire Council asking for town maintenance to be carried out and for projects to be included in the 2018/19 budget.



Pictured are members of WHJCG providing lunch for the Weed Control Seminar at Beveridge in December.

We are a small group of volunteers keeping Wandong - Heath-cote Junction the place we can all be proud of and we would welcome any new members with the same vision.