You can make a difference...
As with any place with a small population, there's always more that could be done and not many people to do it.
So if it's not all happening the way you'd like - get in and have a go. You could make Adaminaby, Shannons Flat or Anglers Reach a better place for everyone!
It's our district & its future is in our hands.
We're told that the old town had a strong spirit of sharing, of belonging, of true community. That's a heritage to value. It's also a vision for our future.
Mapping Agricultural Land Workshop
Cooma 14th August 2019 Snowy Monaro Regional Council Library Room, 9.30am - 11.30am
To register: email or ring 0402 069 605.
NSW Department of Primary Industries - Agriculture is mapping important agricultural land in the Southern Inland region:
- to help provide information on agriculture as an important industry in the region,
- to foster its growth, and
- to reduce land use conflict.
First round of workshops was held in November 2018. Attendance at the first workshop is not required to attend this workshop.
2019 Country to Canberra Leadership Competition
For young rural women in grades 10-12 (aged 15 years & over).
All-expenses paid 'Power Trip' to Canberra to undertake leadership & media training, get mentored by powerful CEOs & politicians, meet inspiring role models & more.
Past winners have met Prime Ministers, have been appointed as national youth ambassadors and are published on a national stage.
Applications close 2 September 2019.
Rural Arts Funding
The Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund is designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities.
Charity Brunch Grants
2020 Charity Brunch Community Grant Applications are now open. The Charity Brunch fundraiser - held at the Sydney Royal Easter Show - aims to support rural communities with infrastructure to improve overall emotional health and general well-being. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 25 October 2019.
It's all stations GO!
Snowy 2.0 has been given the green light! The impacts on our region will be tremendous. The Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce along with our neighbouring chambers have been working closely with Snowy Hydro to ensure that our needs as an economy and a community are being met during this time. If you would like your business to be involved, you can download the LECC Application form below.
On the 23 of February 2019, John Barilaro announced that the the state government will be committing $20 million worth of funds to seal the Bobeyan/Namadgi Road that links the ACT to Adaminaby and the greater Snowy Mountains. A date is yet to be announced when the work will commence but it was stated by Mr Barilaro that it will happen in quick succession.
150 Years and going strong!
This April, the Adaminaby Public School celebrated their 150th year of continuous education!
Keep up with all that's happening at Adaminaby Public School, and see samples of students' work.
3rd Round of Funding - Mobile Black Spots
The Commonwealth Government is targeting locations which lack mobile coverage. Round 3 ($60M) will cover some priority locations which have already been selected, as well as new community nominations.
The Mobile Library is in Adaminaby on alternate Fridays:
Baker St (by the playground) 10:30am - 11:30am
Cosgrove St (by the school) 11:45am - 12:45am
Tai Chi Exercise Group
Learn this ancient form of controlled, gentle exercise. Tai Chi helps with balance and preventing falls.
Come along to learn this discipline in the warm, friendly atmosphere of the CWA Rooms and follow up with morning tea and a catch-up with friends. There will be a small charge of $5.00.
For more information, please ring 6454 1624 or come on Tuesday at 10am.
The CWA is holding a lunch once a month for our older residents - you must live in the 2629 postcode to be eligible.
You can come along and enjoy delicious old-fashioned food in the company of friends in the warm cosy atmosphere of the CWA Rooms.
Choice of two mains and a dessert for $10.00.
We can assist with transport if that will enable you to come along.
To confirm your place, please advise Mrs Jacqueline MacFarlane at the Op Shop on Mondays or ring Judy on 6454 1624.
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