Mayor Adrian Weston recently called into the viewing area at the Colbinabbin Silo Art site to check on the progress of the project with Committee members. With the central concrete R Class Locomotive painting almost complete, artist Tim Bowtell will make a start on one of the metal silos this week. In a few days the next subject matter will be revealed - you can follow along on Facebook for a daily artwork update and guess the emerging theme! Pictured in front of the almost completed artwork are Barry Dawson, Frank Stewart, Adrian Weston, Mary Ann Morgan, Sadie Vale and Guy Rathjen.
Events cancelled due to COVID-19
Readers will be aware of the event restrictions put in place in an effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus. All events with an attendance of 500 or more people have been either cancelled or postponed until further notice. Many smaller events have been cancelled or postponed at the discretion of their organisers. Because COVID-19 is a new virus there are many unknowns, the least of these unknowns is when postponed events will eventually be held.
Hairitage stays on Moora
Over the past few weeks a new acronym, WFH, has become common to describe the work situation for many people. But for Helen Hutchins, owner and operator of Hairitage on High, her new plan to ‘work from home’ was in place long before a virus disrupted our traditional ways of working.
Rushworth Hardware & Electrical expansion
Brendan Hawking, owner of Rushworth Hardware & Electrical, opened the extension to his business on Wednesday 11 March.
Community Bank Tertiary Scholarship winner announced
Congratulations to Rushworth & District Community Bank 2020 Tertiary Scholarship recipient Euan Suarez!
Information on Coronavirus for the Goulburn Valley Community
Goulburn Valley Health (GV Health) is prepared in case the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads to the Goulburn Valley region and has a number of key messages to help the community protect against infection.
Action at Rushworth service station site
As reported in the last Waranga News, there is excitement in Rushworth that there is ‘some long awaited action at the High Street service station site’.