Through the lens, October 2014 | Photos Pict. outside Wagga RSL Club representatives from Relay For Life and Wagga RSL Club and Wagga Commercial Club Logan Franklin,Daniel Kisela,John Keyes,Dougal the Bear, Andrew Bell, Linda Hoey, Jo Thomas John Keyes is the President of Wagga RSL Club and Andrew Bell is the General Manager of Wagga RSL Club the other people in the photo are in the Wagga RSL Club and Commercial Club teams for the relay.
Miriam Dayhew Head of CSU campus Wagga with CSU Vice Chancellor Professor Andrew Vann dig in to a 25th anniversary cake celebrating the founding of Charles Sturt University in Wagga.
Member for Wagga Daryl Maguire and Member for Riverina Michael McCormack getting a “little dirt on their hands” following the announcement of the successful tender for the reconstruction of the Kapooka Bridge which can be seen over their shoulders.
At Sutherland Stables in Wagga, Lockhart Town Cup contender Aribaa pictured with Trevor Sutherlands’ fiancee and foreperson at the stables Stephanie Menzies and Trevor’s 8 year old son Leroy Sutherland.
Jordan Galvin 14yrs from Illabo on ride at the 2014 Illabo Show
Twisty the Kelpie with part owner Catherine Webb from Coolac,Twisty was entered in open yard dog trial seen here taking a break in the shade at the Illabo 2014 show.
In glasses Bree Furner and Olivia Baxter admired by Mitchell Cameron, all from Young, pictured between races at the Young picnic races.
Mary Johnson from Young with grandson Matt Gibbons 8 weeks from Young seek the cool shade at the Young picnic races.
Relay For Life event at night at Parramore Park in the EQUEX centre in Wagga.Hope sign with sunset.
Relay for Life event at night at Parramore Park in Wagga pictured giving her address to the crowd Annette St Clair speaking on behalf of the Amie St Clair Melanoma Trust.
Wagga boxer and fight promoter Joe Williams pictured during a press conference prior to his world title bout with his Indonesian opponent Rusmin Kie Raha.
New Murrumbidgee Turf Club directors Kerri Reberger and Kevin Cross pictured look to pick up tips for the next meeting during their photo session at the track in Wagga.
Costa Georgiadis special guest at Shaw Street Community Gardens in Wagga. Costa is seen here planting vegetable seedlings.
Hayley Wheaton with Tracy Finucane and the newly constructed Mosaic for the cafe at the Shaw Street Community Garden.
Paramedics Jamie Godwin and Tara Newman pose with the newest addition to the Wagga Ambulance fleet an ambulance and stretcher designed to carry larger patients.
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