Tony Fisher of Parkes has retired and is happy to be do- ing his stained glass designs full time – a hobby he’s been doing for 30 years, and teaching for 16 years. He is in the process of changing his business name to Ynot Fiisher Glass. He is also working on a commission for the new village chapel at Southern Cross Village.
Penrith Panthers, Lachlan Stein (left) and Tony Satini (right) were at Cooke Park last Thursday to meet fans and hand out autographs. Hayley Arrow, Jordii Ahsee and Amelia Ahsee were keen to get a photo with them.
Billy Swindle asked Lachlan Stein of the Penrith Panthers to sign his shirt.
Two brothers Shamus (front) and Selwyn Podetti enjoyed meeting Lachlan Stein and Tony
Christian School 2017 Captains are James Simpson and Rachel Thorncroft.
Holy Family SRC 2017 are back row (L-R) Matthew Skinner, Clayton Wing Yip, Matilda Grosvenor and Mitchell Finn. Front row Sophie McQuie, Joan Carolan and Sharlia White. Jagger Gillingham was absent.
Australia Day Ambassador, Susie Elelman (middle) met Jocelyn and David Moles at the opening of the Australia
Day Art Exhibition last Wednesday.
Fred and Frances Thornton took part in the All Australian Car Display on Australia Day at Cooke Park. They are in
their 1928 Chev National.
Stephanie O’Rourke attended the Australia Day celebrations in Cooke Park with her children last Thursday. Leah
is on her left, Isaac on her lap with Joshua and Holly on her right.
Csaba Belley of Parkes was one of the 30 artists to exhibit at the Australia Day Art Exhibition. He is with his wife, Judy, at his painting entitled Because of Magpies.
Jacob Gosper, Lilly Gosper, Saxon Gosper and Clara Rice enjoyed getting creative at the library
GOLDEN GIRLS… The Parkes Shire Council’s staff worked tirelessly and could be seen at every event making sure it runs smoothly, answering questions from fans and keeping people happy. They could not be missed in their golden outfits in the crowd welcoming the Elvis Express. They are l – r Anna Charlton, Emily Brotherton, Katrina Dwyer, Beth Link, Jodi McIntyre and Natalie Caldwell.