Hundreds celebrate Pink Ribbon Brunch
A celebration of love, life, happiness and health, more than 600 guests filled the Eastbank Centre yesterday for the Shepparton News Pink Ribbon Brunch
Wednesday afternoon was filled with scrumptious scones and the finest tea, as Karramomus Country Women’s Association held a high tea community fundraiser.
On Wednesday, August 14, foundation students from Tatura Primary School celebrated 100 days of school. Children enjoyed dressing up as 100-year-old people and participating in fun activities. We saw some lovely wigs, glasses, walking sticks, woollen jumpers, long skirts, beads, trousers and hats. The day started off with a parade and parents/carers enjoyed watching happy faces as students and teachers showed off their creative costumes. Students then rotated throughout the day to decorate a ‘100 Days Smarter’ headband, create an old-person collage using modelling clay and participate in play-based activities relating to the number 100. Foundation students enjoyed eating delicious cakes to mark the occasion. A special mention and thank you to Tracy Fitzpatrick for making an amazing 100 Days cake and to Simone Dunne for supplying scrumptious theme-based cupcakes. A big thank you to our foundation families for the effort they put in to organising costumes. It was a terrific day enjoyed by all.
Shepparton United was far too strong for Mansfield in the Goulburn Valley League under-18 competition on Saturday.
On Friday students from Grahamvale Primary School dressed in a range of imaginative costumes to celebrate their first 100 days of school.
Children have been attending school holiday Build a Bear workshops at Riverside Plaza, Shepparton, this week.
Orrvale Primary School Prep to Year 2 students busted a move on Wednesday for their parents, grandparents, teachers and friends.
Green, white and red filled Grahamvale Primary School in Grahamvale for its annual Italian Day celebrations.
Children as young as five years old got their taste of the national stage in various Sprocket races across the week at the Shepparton BMX Club.
Benalla Police and SES are currently searching the Lake Benalla shoreline with an area from the Art Gallery around to the showgrounds taped off. We are waiting on Victoria Police to contact us with more information which we will share with you as...
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