The Kubby House Childcare Centre invited mums, grandmothers, carers (and dads) to go along to the centre on Friday to join the children in a range of Mother’s Day craft activities it included making pasta necklaces which Halle Egan, Stef Stone, Wynter Chaplain (obscured), Kaiah and Anita Atuau, Riki Santos Schaumkell, Sione Fakahua, Hudson Simon and Mia Collison are pictured above doing. Parents and carers were also treated to afternoon tea
Voice Against Violence workshop facilitator and former professional Australian rugby league footballer, Alan Tongue with Cobar High School students Katie Nicholson, Ashlie McLaughlin and Molly Broughton with Molly Carter and Toby Greenwood behind at the workshop at the school last week.
Cobar Shire Councillors toured the Cobar museum building last week to get an insight into how the renovation work is progress-ing. The former administration building, built in 1910 for the Great Cobar Copper Mine, and has been home to the museum for more than 40 years, is now being restored. […]