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TAS Country : March 24th 2011
6 Tasmanian Country Friday, March 25, 2011 News TOP TEAM: Some members of the Westmorland Rural Youth Club. Westmorland's milestone Rural Youth Kate Coad THE Westmorland Rural Youth Club is fast approaching an important birthday, one that the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania celebrated in November last year -- its diamond anniversary, otherwise known as its 60th birthday. During the past 60 years, the club has been the home of many rural youth members, attracting its membership base from Longford, Cressy, Bracknell, Carrick, Selbourne, Campbell Town and Ross. Some members from the past who are no longer of membership age have now joined the Past Members Association formed last year. And many of these members' children have joined the Westmorland Rural Youth Club. During the past 60 years, a great deal of work has been done forming a strong club for future members to enjoy, which is why the current members are keen for everyone to take part in 60th anniversary cel- ebrations. These events will be fun for families, the young and the young at heart. The club members will stage events on August 20 at Quercus Rural Youth Park, Oaks Road, Carrick. Further details will be provided to those that register interest as well as all past members that the club has on record. The celebrations will be promoted in the months leading up to the celebration with further media releases, advertising and promotion at Agfest field days. The celebrations will provide an ideal opportunity for members past and present to come and reminisce or learn about the days of collecting sheep waste as a means of fundraising, something that enabled the club to build their clubrooms many years ago and today allows members to carry out club social activities and support them- selves. Those who attend will also be able to reflect on the Longford Show where the club has helped out during recent years running the animal nursery, staging ute shows as well as establishing many friendships and relationships. People interested in the Westmorland Rural Youth Club celebrations are urged to contact Amanda on 0439 985 166 or they can email email@example.com. If you are interested in joining a rural youth club, visit www.ruralyouth.com.au to find a club near you. Or you can phone the organisation's head office on 6331 6154 and they will guide you in the right direction. KATE COAD Rural Youth Tasmania Promotions Director Professional fencers use Waratah tools and accessories because they make their job easier. That s because our high quality tools and accessories have been designed to work seamlessly with Longlife Blue wire and GalStar steel posts, which means building and maintaining a fence is simpler, faster and safer than you ever thought possible. To see the wide range of Waratah tools and accessories you can use on your next fencing job, phone 13 10 8 0 or visit our website. www.onesteelwaratah.com.au PROFESSIONAL FENCERS USE WARATAH TOOLS. Use round Ezypipe or angled Ezyslot posts with Adjusta-stay The easy, air driven way to install GalStar posts The easy, manual way to drive GalStar posts Safely spin wire without tangling or over-running The fastest way to secure clips to wire fences Strain wire quickly & correctly with the Wedgelock clamp & Wizard wire strainer Eliminate knot tying on round strainer posts The correct way to secure wire to posts Strainer assemblies Thumpa pneumatic post driver GalStar 80NB post driver Three-way wire spinner Ringmaster gun & Longlife Blue clips Wire straining Gripple T-clips GalStar post clips Registered trademark of OneSteel Wire Pty Limited, Ingall Street, Mayfield, NSW 2304. ABN 59 000 010 873. ONE1421/TC
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