Weddin Whispers

Chloe and Holli Madgwick with Boyd Cordner at the members only Rooster’s Holiday Coaching Clinic during the school holidays on July 3.Nostalgic Visit: Doug and Lyn Burness of Tumbarumba paid a visit to Grenfell recently catching up with relatives.

Doug, cousin of the late Brian Lynch and late June (Lynch) Little enjoyed a luncheon with Rita (Lynch) Page and his niece Jane and her husband Stephen Ryder and niece Jenny (Little) Whitechurch.

Doug, born in Grenfell is the son of Allan and Gladys Burness and grandson of John and Mary Jane Murray.

School Holiday Fun: On Tuesday July 3 Chloe and Holli Madgwick attended the Roosters members only Holiday Coaching Clinic.

This was held at Allianz Stadium Sydney, with the players. Chloe and Holli met heaps of players, ran a lot of drills, went into the dressing sheds and enjoyed a BBQ with the players after.

Chloe’s highlights of the day were meeting her favourite player Boyd Cordner, hanging off the bicep of Tinirau Arona and sitting in the Coaches chair and joking with Mitch Aubusson.

Holli’s highlights were touching the Cheerleaders pom-pom, and meeting Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.

Happy Birthday: Jim Neill celebrated his birthday with Elaine Hocking and good friends Joy (not her real name you know – actually Gloria) and Quentin Murray at Fettler’s on Tuesday evening July 10.

Jim who has just undergone knee reconstruction was also celebrating his great recovery – he said it was not too bad for someone who just turned 78. Oops didn’t mean to tell them how old you were Jim.

Return to Grenfell: Paul O’Regan who was employed in the Commonwealth Bank in Grenfell in the early 70’s and forged a great relationship with the community and in particular the golfing community returned at the weekend for the Grenfell Country Club’s Annual Open Day.

Paul worked in Grenfell in the bank for two years and a further five years in Young.

He was delighted to catch up with many of his friends on his visit and was pleased to meet up with Father Richard Thompson at Mass on Sunday morning.

Father Richard was in Young when Paul was working there.

Paul also paid a visit to his great friend of many years, Bill Lowe.

No doubt many stories were retold during this time!!

Paul also caught up with other great friends – Meg and Jack Grant.

He told me that he was amazed to find that Meg’s sister Mary and her husband Reg Sawyer formerly of Canowindra lived in his street in Mollymook and often caught up with the Grants when they visited the coast.

Paul was also in a winning team at the Open Day winning the Scratch I event on a count back.

Golf: Whilst on the story of Golf – just how many golf balls can one player win?

Our famous butcher Lyle “Fly” Walker seemed to have an abundance of them following the Open Day on Sunday.

Maybe he just requires them for practice, – will this improve his game? “Fly” was pictured with nine golf balls following the fun draw.

Happy 50th: Sharon Eppelstun celebrated her 50th birthday with family and friends at Fettler’s Restaurant on Friday July 6.

This was a great time for a family reunion with her mother Maureen Dart from Harrington, brother Mark Scott from Beaudesert, sister Tracy from Mudgeeraba as well as her sisters Michelle Troth and Kellie Scott from Grenfell in attendance. Vicki another sister was unable to make the trip to Grenfell.

Sincere Sympathy: Sympathy is extended to the families of the late Dawn Brown, Dorothy Wheatley, Pat Hazell, John Sharpe and Jack Grogan who have recently passed away.

The death occurred of former local resident, Marie Genevieve Hampton nee Johnson, on Sunday July 8 aged 81 years.

Marie was suffering from Motor Neurone Disease and passed away peacefully with her family by her side at the Mayflower Nursing home, Gerringong.

Her funeral is at noon today in Kiama, where Marie and Don retired to after selling the family farm in 1989.

Marie is survived by her husband Don, sons David and Paul and their families

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