TAFCO and AgBiz Assist invite Farmers to attend a regional Farmer Pasta Night during March 2019

TAFCO and AgBiz Assist invite Farmers to attend a regional Farmer Pasta Night during March 2019

Based on the very successful social night at REMEL 185 in 2016, TAFCO has partnered with AgBiz Assist to bring a series of Farmer Social Nights across the region. See full details here

Wednesday 20th March – REMEL 185 Whorouly
Tuesday 26th March – DeFAZIO’s Myrtleford
Friday 29th March – KING RIVER BREWING Whitfield (*Pizza meal)
Sunday 31st March – ANNAPURNA ESTATE WINES Mt.Beauty

Read the full details here

Waste water upgrade Pioneer Park 18 March – 25 April 2019

The upgrading of the Pioneer Park waste water system will commence next Monday 18th March with completion scheduled for the following Monday 25th April.

The toilets will be closed during this time and Council will provide temporary toilets for the duration.

Read the full details here  Waste water system upgrade

 

 

Tawonga Memorial Hall Management Association is inviting applications for new committee members

The Tawonga Memorial Hall Management Association has a Service Agreement with Alpine Shire Council for the day to day management and operation of the Tawonga Memorial Hall and grounds.

The Council is providing assistance to the Association to recruit new members due to the decline in numbers of current committee members.

The Association is inviting people to apply to become members of the Association and Council placed a notice in this week’s Alpine Observer and Myrtleford Times calling for applications.

If you are interested in becoming a committee member click on this link to download an invitation for members application form

Pioneer Park New Shelter Officially Opened

Congratulations to the hardworking Tawonga and District Community
Association members who worked hard to get a new shelter for Tawonga.

Thanks must go to Joan Evans, Sue Ryder, Trish Ryder, Barb Talbot and
Melissa Wiffen for all their work as well as all those people who provided
cash donations and in-kind assistance. Thank you!

Our thanks also go to Cathy McGowan, the Alpine Shire and AGL for their
funding assistance. We are also appreciative of the Tawonga CFA’s Open Day being held in conjunction with the shelter opening. And finally a very big thank you to everyone who attended – your attendance made the day!

Eric Napier
President
TDCA

Cathy McGowan, Eric Higginson, Barb Talbot and the Tawonga Community at the Official Opening