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September through the lens, Images by Kieren L.Tilly

Posted by on 17/10/2018

September through the lens, Images by Kieren L.Tilly Solar Professionals of Wagga join Wagga Wagga Business Chamber. Pict. on site at their showroom in Dobney Avenue Lee Grant- Director, Andrew Meurant- Managing Director, Shonna Meurant- Marketing and Sales, Sam Adams- Project Manager

Pictured outside Southern CrossPerforming Arts from left to right Molly McMullen 14yrs,Grace Mattingly 13yrs, Abbie Yeo 11yrs, Holly Tinsley 16yrs,Talia Daniels 12yrs, Laura Yeo 16yrs The girls will be performing in a variety of dancing disciplines at Wagga Eisteddfod

Prior to completion ceremony Beavers Creek Weir, Old Man Creek at “Mundowy” near Collingullie Landscape view of completed weir.

Following completion ceremony Beavers Creek Weir, Old Man Creek at “Mundowy” near Collingullie NSW Minister for Natural Resources Kevin Humphries pict. with CEO David Harris State Water Corporation following the turning on of the water through the weir.

Afternoon storm looking from Estella in Waggas’ north over to the Forest Hill Gregadoo area.

Stuart Hutchins ,Lucy Hutchins 7yrs holding baby James Isaac Hutchins born Monday, and Jake Hutchins 5yrs family are from Narrandera pict. during Fathers Day celebrations at Calvary Hospital Maternity ward in Wagga.

Corporal Daniel Keenan and with him Kapooka Commandant Colonel Stephen Jobson.Corporal Keenan sold $7000 worth of Legacy products as part of the annual Legacy fund raising drive.They are pictured here outside Legacy House in Wagga.

Caloola Court gets visit from Wagga car nuts. Barry Tomazin Activities Officer at Caloola Court with resident John McKeown and Rhonda Clouten check out the 245 Hemi engine on the 1974 Charger.

RFL Wagga Tigers Angus Durnan back from injury in a reflective mood at Robertson Oval in Wagga

Col Sanbrook RFL football player for Mangoplah in a pensive mood during the first quarter break against Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka.

Warren Plummer from Hutcheon A&G Pty Ltd Narrandera with ride on mowers and utility tractor on display at the Narrandera Annual Show 2014

Miss Wagga entrants Sarah Moon and Nikita Barber at fundraising cake stand hosted by Miss Wagga Fundraiser entrant Nikita Barber at EQUEX during a mixed netball competition.

Turvey Park player Melissa Sykes chases netball past Leeton/Whitton player Taya Crockford left on the ground after fall in this A grade match at Robertson Oval in Wagga.

Outside the Farmers Home Hotel on Lake Albert Road after turning left from the Sturt Highway into Lake Albert Road and collecting cedar trees adjacent to the footpath a prime mover and it’s cargo remain stuck.

Marc Geppert player for East Wagga Kooringal pictured at AFL House in Wagga poses for a profile photograph for the sports department.

Genevieve Smith, a Wagga based business woman received a well earned board diversity scholarship to enhance female representation on boards in general.

Football Wagga President Erwin Budde with Vice President Ian Hardinge with trophy and soccer ball on the turf at McDonalds’s Park in the EQUEX, in a preview photo for the lead up to the football grandfinal.

Brad Aiken Collingullie player and Quinn Medal winner pict. upon receipt of the medal at a function held at Narrandera.

Terry Weatherald the first captain of first Saints Softball team in Wagga pictured prior to the start of the 2014 softball season in Wagga.

Wagga United Captain Chris McKenzie holds the Pascoe Cup having won the grand final match between Wagga United and Tolland he is seen here in post match celebrations.

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