Janine Bassingthwaite-Hill delighted in taking the ladies from the Loft, Una Parr and Gwen Kirley to morning tea the Olympic Hotel.
In the back door: Librarian Lynne Thorburn escorting Council Ranger Nicole Godber with Mother Moo and a baby goat much to the delight of children at story time.
International Women's Day: Diana Campbell from Dusty Road Roasters, guest speaker at IWD
OLD BLOKES REUNION: Enjoying catch-up time back in Coota Jim O'Connor (Newcastle), Bob Harris (Grafton), Youngen Kennedy (Wagga), Gary Williams, Bevan Cootes (Grafton).
Just kidding: At the Library recently children were fascinated by the goat and her kid brought in by Ranger Nicole Godber.
REUNION #2: Enjoying a break after barefoot bowls at the Old Blokes Reuion are Wayne Cavanough, Bob Moore (Wagga), Ian Cavanough (Yepoon), John Lloyd (Gundagai) and Peter Lawson.
Reunion #3: Girls who traveled the furthest to attend the nurses reunion were Lorraine Guman (Bellings) Centeral Coast ) Elaine Barret (Leadbitter) Centeral Coast Julia Cameron (Evans )Wollongong) Bev Debritt (Argert) Canberra
reunion #4: At the District Hospital Nurses Reunion, Christine McDonald, Patricia Hogan (nee Bullman) and Sue Salmon (nee Brooke).
WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Courtney Smith was thrilled to be the Bingo winner at the recently held Cash Bingo CanAssist fundraiser hosted by the Ex-Services Club.
Historic: Aviator Michael Smith, who late last year re-enacted the Smith Brothers flight from England to Australia 100 years ago, looks through a book by the brothers shared with him by Cootamundra Local History Society's Marie Holt and Betti Punnett.