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Newsletter Dec 2004

The Millewa Pioneer Forest & historical society would like to wish you all the very best for the year 2005 and hope you get the opportunity to visit the Millewa Pioneer Park sometimes soon. The park has undergone a slight facelift with the painting of the office and the relocated Yarrara Hall, the government building has been extensively cleaned with high pressure water gun and looks brand new. Our October open day 2004 was a fine success with everyone having a great time. Approx. 450 people turned out for the day, the vintage car club members were down in numbers this time which is a great shame, people love to see the old cars although we did have Mr John Hiscox pass through with friends with his Daimler and other classics.

This years committee trip was to Elphick's island a little down the river from Neds Corner, Bob Kelly took his bocce balls, and fishing rods were supplied for us to take advantage of, carp were caught only hehehe, oh well maybe next time we will get the big Murray Cod.

We are hoping to extend the machinery shed in the new year which is dependent on a grant (fingers crossed) this will add 80 feet to the East side allowing us more storage room.At our last meeting Bill Duncan stepped down from the Presidents role of the Committee and Fred Curtis was unanimously voted in as our new President, Margaret Kelly is still secretary and Des Gray is Treasurer .Our web site has attracted over 39,000 hits in the last 2 years and we will be re-registration for another 2 years in February please take the time to have a look http://www.millewapioneerpark.org.au




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