October 14 2017
Super Saturday kicked off with the opening of the Polls for the Murray By-Election, a large chunk of the electorate voted barely a month earlier to elect the first Edward River Council and so election fatigue was all around.
At Deniliquin Cemetery, A working bee was starting to get to work pulling out the weeds that started to make the tranquil place for our fallen friends and loved ones a mess, this was the second working bee
At the RSL Club, The second day of the Family History Expo was underway, patrons got to see 40 exhibitors and 10 speakers from 5 of our States and Territories.
Down at McDonalds, McHappy Day was underway and the Ambulance Service and the Fire Brigade had tours of their vehicles which delighted the kids, lots of Big Macs were sold to help aid Ronald McDonald House
The Deniliquin Naponda Farmer’s Market was on and the ERC made an appearance as well as the Edward River Sustainability Group.
The benefits of Cow Manure as a fertilizer was on show and Strawberries made a triumphant return as visitors checked out the many stalls and brought fresh produce and other materials.
The above is just a small look at what was happening in a busy day around town on Super Saturday.