Throwback Thursday: May 2011

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Throwback Thursday: May 2011 Ben Spicer, Warracknabeal footballer and now greyhound owner.

GWMWater water quality co-ordinator Greg Whorlow with samples from Lake Bellfield.

St Brigid’s College dancers performed at half-time of the Hornets basketball game. Back, Millie McRae, Grace O’Donnell-Clancy, Ella Francisco and Johanna Burgess; and front, Rebecca Wik, Liz Craig, Jasmine Shaw and Paige Schmidt.

Riley Richardson, Warracknabeal, made an All-Australain team at national netball championships.

Mother’s Day Classic at Horsham, alongside the Wimmera River. Front, Mallori Hutchinson, 12, and Kailee O’Beirne ,14, of Horsham warm up.

Horsham artist Col Daniels looks at an exhibit at the Art#2 ACCA Regional Tour at Horsham Regional Art Gallery.

Firebrace Street Closed due the traffic lights works at the intersection of Firebrace Street and Roberts Avenue. Traders are not happy about it – Superfeast’s Sue Hoskins, Horsham Sports and Leisure’s Adam Hall and Jenny Thomson from Sixteen Plus.

Brigitte Muir wants the speed limit at Natimuk lowered to 50kmh.

Meredith Knoop and her children Emily Knoop, 4, and twins Hunter and Olivia Knoop, 10 months, get ready for Mother’s Day.

Horsham Primary School celebrates winning GTA partnership award. Casey Weyburg holds the trophy.

Carlton footballer Heath Scotland gives kicking tips to Lizzie Gust at a footy clinic at Warracknabeal.

Horsham netballer Katelyn Parry.

Horsham College students Will Murray and Charlie Pennant are taking their fishing hobby and turning it into a business as part of a year nine community project.

Jason Przibilla with Jono Carroll, left, and John Doyle at Holy Trinity Lutheran School.

Nerissa Hopper and Tracey Pitts of Horsham before they do the 8km run for the Mother’s Day Classic in Horsham.

Holy Trinity Lutheran School grade six students are going to Hong Kong. Front is Sahara Hollaway, Billy Hughes and Sally Baker.

Janet Heatley and Sue Papst try a pink bun at Bakers Delight. Raising money for cancer research.

Tracey Miller and Rebecca McIntyre get ready for the World’s Biggest Tupperware Party.

Charlie McCuish, tuba, at the Art#2 ACCA Regional Tour at Horsham Regional Art Gallery.

Nhill’s Emma Geyer and Minyip-Murtoa’s Luci Pidgeon fight for the ball in B Grade netball action.

Mother’s Day Classic in Horsham – Hugh Delahunty starts the walkers and runners off.

Horsham West Primary School fun run – 11-year-old boys.

Marlene and Norm McLean perform for the Horsham Cancer Council 30th anniversary Variety Concert.

Jason Milne scored a 299 at Horsham Lanes and Games – a centre record.

Minyip-Murtoa’s Andrew Brown and Stawell’s Scott Nicholson get shirty.

Benjamin Harrison in action for Warrack Eagles.

New Victorian Governor Alex Chernov speaks with Halls Gap Primary School students.

Sisters Lauren Wilkinson, Shannon Couch and Candice Wilkinson are playing against each other when Pimpinio plays Noradjuha-Quantong.

Horsham Primary School grade six student Paige Sanders asks a question.

T & G Clock Tower clock being taken apart to be sent away to get fixed. Pictured is Tim Tracey with Tower Clock Services.

Matt Copping and Max Cuddihy celebrate after Horsham Special School received funding to build a new school.

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