STUDENTS at Casterton’s Sacred Heart Parish Primary School have launched this year’s Mini Vinnies winter appeal to support those in need of warmth in the coming winter.
“MAGICAL” and “phenomenal” are just some of the accolades handed down by the Victorian Governor on her visit to the Glenelg Shire.
CASTERTON’S Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser has smashed another record this year after topping more than $2000 in the kitty for the first time in its 24-year history.
THE Cats struggled again this week against the strong Millicent sides, which hold top-two positions in all junior and senior grade ladders.
A LARGE crowd of supporters from both clubs were able to enjoy the Autumn sunshine in Millicent, on what had been billed as a lop-sided contest in the favour of the Saints, Millicent having delivered a 68-point shellacking of Casterton Sandford Seniors in the round two match.
AUSTRALIA’S biggest workforce has no single job description and every day, it does everything from scrubbing toilets to leading choirs in song – without being paid a single cent. It is our volunteer community and its Casterton area members were recognised for their efforts during celebrations of National Volunteer Week.
WE GET so busy with life sometimes that we don’t pause to ask what constitutes a good life - Surely gardening would have to be in there somewhere.
IN THE lead up to ‘curling up next to the fire’ season, the CFA is urging residents to ensure their chimneys are fire-ready and exercise extreme caution when burning off.
IT DOESN’T have a Facebook page, an Instagram following or even a name, but a local effort encouraging shoppers to donate a ‘tin in the bin’ for families in need has drawn a big following from the community, in just a few weeks.
A return to true country, crowds-and-all racing will be celebrated at Edenhope this June Long Weekend as the Apsley Racing Club prepares to party with the ponies.