Honey found a home
Good news - we have found a foster home for Honey (Bay Post/Moruya Examiner, September 3).
Many thanks for your help in getting the message out, and to all the kind people who contacted us (most of whom read about it in the Bay Post/Moruya Examiner).
Honey's ongoing care and surgery follow-up will be paid for by RSPCA's Eurobodalla Branch.
Readers can help the branch in this by recycling their containers at any of the Return and Earn recycle points in Eurobodalla, and choosing to donate their refund to RSPCA Eurobodalla. This opportunity will remain until the end of February, so please save up your recyclables and use them to help us (see poster attached).
Thank you again, and best regards,
What's Probus up to?
In case anyone is wondering what Moruya Probus Club is up to, the answer is not much.
The virus has resulted in the club not having any meetings recently, including the annual meeting and president Di Montgomerie says the committee has decided not to hold any meetings until early 2021.
"Once the situation changes and the restrictions are eased we are hopeful of getting back to 'a new normal'," she said.
"It is pointless setting dates for meetings and then having to postpone them. In the meantime we continue to have our monthly lunch get togethers where possible for whoever would like to attend.
"There are not a lot of venues yet that will allow groups of more than 10 to assemble. As a result, back to the Adelaide Hotel, we think we should go. Therefore I have booked two tables of 10 for Tuesday, September 8, at noon. One table is booked in the name of 'Diane' and the other 'Carolyn'.
"I know there are some people who are not yet ready to eat out at restaurants, cafes etc, I understand that, but I hope to see some of you there," Di said.
Moruya Probus in normal times meets at Moruya Golf Club at ten-o'clock on the fourth Tuesday of each month.
There are many advantages with being a member of Probus. Apart from meeting new friends, and sometimes some old ones, there are outings. There are discounts for some members with restaurants and hotels and more reasonable travel insurance rates that seniors may otherwise be offered. And there are no obligations to give talks.
Call Di on 4471 8629. Or turn up at a meeting ... once they start again.
Beach place to be on Saturday
Malua Bay Boardriders will hold their next competition on Saturday, September 12, from 6.30am at Malua Bay Beach.
Come and watch some awesome surfing.
New members and entries are welcome.
Visit www.maluaboardriders.com.au for more information.
Malua Bay Boardriders
Back on track
Eurobodalla Walkers, formerly known as Eurobodalla Walking for Pleasure is up and ... well, walking!
From July 1, we resumed our walking program on our spectacular Eurobodalla coast.
Our name may have changed, and we follow the COVID-19 protocols, but we are still the same friendly, welcoming group. So, come walking with us, make new friends, and enjoy yourself.
For details of how to join our next walk, contact either:
- Margaret Fletcher t: 4472 4886 e: email@example.com;
- Carol D'Evelynes t: 4472 3504 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone 18 years or older, and who feels well, is welcome to walk with us, but only if agreeing to participate at their own risk, and to abide by the COVID-19 protocols. Sorry, no dogs on our walks, which begin at 11am sharp and last about 1 hour, followed by a BYO picnic lunch (need your own chair). Good walking shoes, water and protection from the weather is all that is needed. Please note that the walks are never cancelled due to the weather, because, though it may be raining at your place it frequently is not raining at the walk venue.
We kicked off in September with a spectacular walk at Meringo on part of the Dreaming Track. In the next four weeks will be heading to Guerilla Bay, South Durras, Moruya Riverside Park and The Three Beaches.
Hoping to see you there.