It was a rose coloured morning at the Ma- sonic Lodge on Wednesday for the Parkes College for Seniors Pink Morning Tea in celebration of Pink Up Parkes month.
Dozens of Freemasons and guests paid tribute to our fallen during the combined Parkes-Forbes Freemason Commemoration Service at the Parkes Lodge last week.
Heritage home owner Mark Olson joined Councillor Alan Ward and Kate Ward at Hart Bar for the launch of the Sunrise to Sunset – Parkes Heritage Houses Open Day.
Justine Fisher, Councillor Bill Jayet and Margaret Robinson were celebrating the launch of the Sunrise to Sunset – Parkes Heritage Houses Open Day at the Hart Bar last week.
Maddison McCormick, Caleb Wirth and Stephanie Milling learned first-hand the art of using props, sound effects and physical comedy at the Andy Jones Show.
Parkes High School students Amy Tanswell, Denver Leongson (left) and Sheridyn Bicket (right) were great in assisting with site co-ordination, registration set-up, allocation of sites and bags and running the barbeque at the Clean Up Australia Day event on Sunday. They are with Michelle Bicket (back left), organiser of the day, and Callum Bicket who helped too.
Bev Bokeyar has been volunteering on Clean Up Australia Day with her husband Bob for more than 20 years.
Cr Ken McGrath pitched in his help to clean up Parkes on Sunday.
Bronte Warren, Melissa Matthews and Lynda Sny- man grabbed a complimentary cuppa before work for International Women’s Day.
Quota ladies at the Northparkes International Women’s Day event at Cooke Park on Wednesday were (L-R) Miriam Luyt, Jill Crisp, Valda Woods, Kay Craft and Raelene Rout.
Members of the Parkes Men’s Shed enjoyed morning tea and a chat on Wednesday. L-R are Doug Allen, Michael Pettit, Les Ahearne, Tom Forrester, Row-
ley Pengilly, Ron Fewings, Brian Drabsch and Dan McIntyre.
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