Around Wagga in Pictures

Around Wagga in Pictures COLOURFUL CREATION: Young Joel Wetherbee points out his beautiful artwork while strolling through the Art to Crow About exhibition in the Wagga Art Gallery. Picture: Jacinta Coyne
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SPECIAL MOMENT: Wagga City councillor Alan Brown was proud to open the Art to Crow About exhibition. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

MILESTONE: Members of the Ladysmith Red Cross branch, Fiona Wilson, Andrea McGill, Marie Wilson, Stan Wilson, Donna Hann and Catelyn Hann, help celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the Australian humanitarian organisation. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

SPECIAL OCCASSION: Vice-president Barbara Payne, member Christine Hardwick,president Ann Taylor and secretary Joy Schultz were a few members of The Rock Red Cross that made the trek to Ladysmith to join in the 100 year celebrations. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

BARE ESSENTIALS: Art in its purest form was on show in the recent Art to Crow About exhibition. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

MEMORABLE PERFORMANCE: Members of Kurrajong’s Twilight Troupe provide entertainment on the opening night of the Art to Crow About exhibition. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS: With a century of service between them, Yvonne McGrane and Marie Wilson are proud of the support which the Australian Red Cross still provides to the Australian community. The pair took part in 100 year celebrations recently. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

GIFTED: Christopher Clarke was overwhelmed to learn his artwork was chosen out of many to be used for advertising for the Art to Crow About exhibition. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

CENTRE OF ATTENTION: These was standing room only during the fashion parade at the recent Wedding Expo held in the Wagga RSL Club. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

TAKE THE STRESS OUT: Lyons and Turner Travel Associates representatives Angela Lyons and Stacey Willis were on hand at the Wedding Expo to provide expert advice on planning a honeymoon or trip away. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

AIR OF BEAUTY: Wagga Way and Lady M candles representatives Mereana and Brendan Pepper had a sweet smelling stand at the Wedding Expo. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

ADDED TOUCH: Bec Sedden from Stick Ups offered Wedding Expo visitors creative ideas to help make their special day all the more memorable. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

WORTH THE TRIP: Marriage celebrant Gabriel McCormack described the recent Wedding Expo as a “success”. She said with many potential brides and grooms stopped by her stall seeking advice and her services. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

HONOUR: Members of the Ladysmith Red Cross Branch had the priviledge of cutting the cake during recent celebrations marking the 100 year anniversary of the humanitarian organisation. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

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