Tinonee Memorial School of Arts Hall committee in conjunction with Tinonee Historical Society and Tinonee Red Cross members placed a wreath on the Honour Rolls at the Tinonee Hall to remember the service of those from the Tinonee area who had given during the many conflicts that Australia has been involved in on Remembrance Day, November 11.
John and I participated in the informal service at the Wingham Town Hall at 11am which was attended by a small group of locals who laid wreaths on behalf of local groups and themselves.
Later in the day the Wingham RSL Sub-branch held its monthly meeting at Wingham Services Club at 3pm opening with a short service and following business concluded with light finger food service by WSC staff and a chance to catch up with other members.
Another busy week for staff and students at Tinonee Public School. On Wednesday the school marked Remembrance Day with the school leaders conducting a special assembly at which all students participated.
The past week was celebrated with a number of NAIDOC activities and the students having lots of interesting fun activities including face painting and craft activities.
Tomorrow Thursday, November 18 the Year 6 Fun Day is planned with an out of uniform day and activities such as coloured hair, lucky dip, yucky dip, balloon pop etc. with all funds raised going to the 2020 Year 6 gift to the school.
The Stage 3 excursion to Australian Reptile Park will take place on Monday, November 30 departing the school at 6.45am, making for a long day but I am sure all will have an interesting and informative visit.
The November meeting of Tinonee Memorial School of Arts Hall was held on Tuesday 10th and was attended by five members with a number of apologies received. December 8 will see the final meeting for the year and it is hoped the heritage funding from MidCoast Council will have been received as the work undertaken has been approved following completion.
Members have continued to work on the garden changes and several items have been recently been donated from locals to add to the museum's collection.
The final meeting of the society for 2020 will be held on Thursday, November 26 and nibbles will be held after the meeting.
At this stage the museum will close for the Christmas/New Year period from Thursday, December 24 to Wednesday, January 6, 2021 but this will be confirmed at the meeting.