The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre will be in Blackall in Short Street on Wednesday 8th February 2017 from 10am to 3.30pm.The Mobile Service Centre provides advice and information abotu Australian Government payments and servies for rural families, older Australians, students, job seekers, people with disability, carers, farmers and self employed people. On this trip the Australian Taxation Office will be available to assist with advice and information about tax and supperannuation.
For information call 132 316 or look at the website www.humanservices.gov.au
The Blackall Heartland Festival is holding its AGM, followed by a general meeting on Thursday 9th February at 3.30pm at eh Blackall-Tambo Regional Council boardroom at 6 Coronation Drive. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Blackall Coumminty is invited to a Community Adviosry Network Meeting on Friday 10th February,12.30pm at Blackall Cultural Centre. So if you are interested in health service for your town here is your chance to have a say. For more information contract Carleen Allom at the Blackall hospital email email@example.com
There is an open invitation for a free lunch for men of all ages in the Blackall-Tambo Region at 12.30pm at the Blackall pool, Saturday 4th of March 2017. Guest speaker will be Lachlan Miller MP for Gregory who will speak on topics that are of interest to men of our region.
Tambo men can register at teh Tambo branch Council office and if around eight men register, there will be a free bus to and from Tamb for the event.
Blackall men can register at the Blacakll Neighbourhood centre on the corner of Shamrock St and Short St or phone 46574 440.
So head down, meet some new mates and catch up with some old mates.
For more information contact Stan Haughton 0428 574338 or Ken Cross 07 4657 6380/ 0439 205 777
A private collection of Hugh Sawery is currently on display at the Grassland Art Gallery. Owned by Rob and Sue Tindall the exhibition is a collection of original art works, limited edition prints, and unsigned framed prints.
Rob began collecting these works over twenty years and has put together an impressive line-up of over 110 artworks including 16 originals.
Rob appreciates Hugh Sawrey's skill and proclaims him to be 'the best painter of horses in the world'. He feels the works capture and narrate the history of the Outback in an enduring manner and hte bush themes relect we live and what we do each day.