Gossip girls

NORMAN and Sandra Parker, of Surf Beach, are celebrating the arrival of their first grandchild. It’s a girl! The proud parents, Monique and Carl, who live in Wadonga, have named this gorgeous bundle Bronte Janice. Everyone is very excited about the great news. Monique will be very busy as she will be juggling being a new mum with her job as news director at Star FM Radio in Albury.

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Stephanie Gordon is quite beside herself as she too has a new grandchild on the way. This will be her fourth but, says Steph, “just as exciting as the first”. Stephanie’s daughter Peta lives in Temora and is looking forward to mum coming over to lend a helping hand!

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Greg Thomas, co-ordinator for Clean Up Australia for the Tomakin and Tomago River area, was seen in his boat removing rubbish left by thoughtless others. Thank goodness we have folk like Greg in our community who really care about the environment and keeping our shire clean and beautiful so we can all enjoy it!

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Cliff Clarke said to his wife Rena: “What would you like to celebrate our 26th wedding anniversary?” To which Rena replied “26 more”. 

Their anniversary was on Valentine’s Day and Rena was spoilt with flowers and dinner brought in so she didn’t have to cook! What a man! Can we clone him please?

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Anna El-Sayed was excited to welcome home her son Kurt El-Sayed from Mussellbrook for a few days. As he is an electrical engineer by trade, Anna had lots of jobs for him to do both at home and in the shop. Anna figured it was fair as Kurt ate them out of house, really enjoying mum’s home cooking during his visit!

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Gorgeous Krystal Hughes, from Harvey World Travel, celebrated her birthday last Thursday, no doubt she picked herself a nice birthday present, a little vacation somewhere romantic to enjoy!

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Don’t forget nominations for the Eurobodalla Shire Senior Citizen of the Year close on February 28, so if you know someone worthy of such a high distinction, go on line and download the application form or,  call at the shire office and pick up a nomination form. Good deeds and good people deserve recognition and thanks!

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Moruya couple Doug and Mary Hansell are off tripping in their caravan again! This time the adventurous couple are heading for the Waterfall Way with several nights at Dorrigo. Travel safely!

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YUK: Lazy able-bodied folk who sit back on Clean Up Australia Day and let others do the dirty work ... come on, join in a fun day and feel greatly rewarded at the end of the day!

YUM: The water at our beaches is so clear and so warm, it feels like 

liquid silk. We are so lucky to live here and have the freedom of these beautiful beaches, better than those stony beaches at Cannes that the jetset has to put up with!

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Mrs Farrington-Smyth was seen in the Bay with her new “friend” carrying lots of bags and parcels. She wouldn’t divulge much, so we are left to wonder what she is up to!

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