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Three council reserves still on the market, CEN claims
One per cent of council grants for Peninsula community
Council starts beach patrols early
Men's Shed receives further $20,000 grant
Three groups benefit from Club Grants
Umina CWA cooking competition
Call to support establishment of alternative schools
Ferries diverted
Firefighters called to Umina house fire
Vietnam Vets receive support service grant
Tender sought for landfill cell design at Woy Woy tip
Volunteers wanted for Woytopia Festival
Naidoc event at Mingaletta
Teddy bear tribute to a late husband
Fire brigade seeks four part-time fire fighters
Sydney's 'Roaring 20s' to be relived
'Slime lab' at shopping centre
Coronavirus case numbers level off to 190
September rainfall was well above average
Four-unit development planned adjacent to bowls club
Dual occupancy application requests street tree removal
More than 120 DAs remain 'under assessment'
Simple and safe solution is to install roundabout
Dementia sufferers often feel isolated
Ratepayers' objections overridden at ratepayers' cost
Council decisions - administrator or dictator?
'Putinesque' is legitimate description of DA process
Is placing Council under administration not intervention?
'Girls' Night In' to raise funds for Cancer Council
Hospital visiting restrictions change
New Telehealth system for aged care home
Sit Saturday Sunrise meditations start
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Little Theatre holds auditions
Awards made for Little Theatre's Flash Festival
Folk club to hold performers' night
Patchwork group shares achievements
Bridget wins silver medal with Sydney North tennis team
Students present projects at 'sustainability convention'
Ettalong's HeadStart program is about to start
Preschool to set up 'loose parts' play yard
Great North Walk to receive upgrade
Stage 2 students share $100 prize pool for reading
Twilight Spring Fair planned for October 15
Umina United beat SEU 6-0 in women's grand final
Rugby club to have most important meeting since 1975
SEU Reserves win WPL grand final
Bridge club plays Spring Pairs
Charity bowls raises $1320 at Ettalong
Women's charity day raises $2000
Access restricted to leisure centre
Spectacular Twenty Twenty Two
Tennis club wins grant for re-fencing project
Junior touch rep team trials announced
Rooster Juniors seek coaching interest



Charity bowls raises $1320 at Ettalong

Around 60 bowlers have raised $1320 at Ettalong Bowling Club's September charity bowls event on Sunday, September 18.

It brings the total raised this year to $9500.

"The Wednesday Ettalong Bowlers again chipped in $100 for the food while John Orme's auction raised another $50," said organiser Mr Ken Dixon.

"We had heaps of prizes and many prolific winners.

"The Rebels were there in support as usual as were our Social Club supporters who have been attending for many years.

"The Who Are We bowlers also played bowls with us.

"The winning rink draw was won by Vicky Redrup, Fred Kelly and Mick Redrup, over Cath and Kerry Watkins and Col Nichols."

Proceeds of the charity days go to Central Coast Kids in Need, which raises money to assist families who have seriously ill children with prolonged illness.

"Most of these children are cancer patients, others with organ transplants and premature babies with life threatening illnesses.

"The money is used to defray the costs of accommodation at Ronald Mcdonald House and Parent Hostel Rooms while the kids are receiving their treatment.

"The funds are also used to cover travel costs, equipment requirements and pharmacy accounts."

The charity day is held on the third Sunday of the month, with the next day being Sunday, October 16.

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