Ladies Day at the Cobar Camels Rugby Club is an annual tradition when the club spoils its ladies (a number of whom volunteer their time as committee members, and canteen and bar workers on game days) along with player’s partners and the club’s female sponsors. It’s also a day for ladies to sit back and watch the game while sipping wine, beer or spirits and enjoy some nibblies. And for those who want to, it’s also an opportunity to dress up —and the fashion accessory that everyone was wearing this year? A face mask!
A group of five swimmers represented the Cobar Swimming Club at their first carnival of the season in Dubbo on Sunday. Hosted by the Dubbo City Swim Tech club, Hayley and Taylah Wyllie, Henry Knight, Nick Hodges and Axel Fairfull all competed for Cobar. All swimmers shaved seconds off their […]
St John’s School students and staff have become “bucket fillers” after being inspired by early childhood specialist, Carol McCloud’s book, ‘Have You Filled a Bucket Today: A Guide to Daily Happiness’. Each classroom has a bucket they can fill with tokens that represent acts of kindness, love, helping or being […]