Hello fellow Sunshiners.
We hope everyone is feeling well. If things are not too great for you, then we hope you will be feeling better soon.
The birthday book is open for this week.
Penton's Princess will be celebrating on November 8, while Tommy of Forbes will be celebrating with family and friends on November 12.
Happy birthday to you both.
We have a new member this week. Sharyl Elizabeth has enrolled for five years. Welcome to our club.
The Op Shop has received donations of saleable items from Kaye this week. We have received cash donations from the lady bowlers and from an anonymous person.
Thank you everyone. Also, thank you to all of the people who donate saleable items during shop hours.
Could I please ask that no electrical items be brought into the shop as we are unable to sell them due to OH and S laws. Therefore it is up to our delivery boys to take it to the tip. A bit of consideration would be helpful, please.
Our monthly meeting was held on November 1, with 11 of our volunteers in attendance to discuss shop matters.
The fuel raffle, valued at $200 will be drawn on November 29. Call into the Royal Far West Op Shop to purchase your lucky ticket. Tickets are $1 each.
Our Christmas stocking is on display in the Op Shop window along with the second prize which is a bike and helmet. They are great value for $1 per ticket.
They will be drawn at our Christmas bingo on December 11 at the Forbes Services Memorial Club. Starting time will be 7pm. We hope to see you all there.
Cash bingo is held each Saturday afternoon at 2:30pm down at the Forbes Services Memorial Club. I am sure that the ladies would love to have you join them.
The Eugowra ladies have their bingo afternoons on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the Eugowra Bowling Club. They have some great prizes. Starting time is 1pm.
Bye for now.
The Sunshine Club Op Shop in Templar Street raises funds for the Royal Far West Children's Charity, providing health services to country children and their families.
To find out more about what they do or financially support their work go online to royalfarwest.org.au