Throwback Thursday – November 24, 2006 | photos

Throwback Thursday – November 24, 2006 | photos At the class of 1941 Warrnambool Primary reunion was former student Charlie Speed showing he still has what it takes to play hop scotch.

Celebrating the 140th birthday of Warrnambool Botanic Gardens was Mandy King, secretary of the Friends of the Warrnambool Botanic Gardens Group, with president Pat Varley.

Six-month-old Oliver Morland-Hunt looking a little unhappy with the toy he has been plopped in at Warrnambool Toy Library, with back from left, Isabel Henderson, 2, Adam Henderson, 4, Jacob Henderson, 5, and Morgan Morland-Hunt, 3.

Cobden bowlers Lynda Inglis and Elaine Harrison won the Dot Jenkinson Ladies Pairs title.

Emmanuel College students are heading to a Make Poverty History concert in Melbourne as ambassadors. Pictured, from left, are Bianca Perry, 16, Jamie Kelson, 16, Sarah Bourke, 17, Emily Ferguson, 17, Ashlee McArlein, 17, Alex Peters, 16, and Cheree Sully, 16.

At the Warrnambool Toyota launch of renovations to their showroom and mechanic areas were David Buttner, senior executive director of sales and marketing for Toyota Australia, with dealer principal Garry Askew.

Kristy Haworth on Stylish Lady in the restricted show jump event at the 2006 Koroit Show. 0

Brauer College student Elizabeth Doueal, 15, will run at the national schools championships in Sydney.

Mia Lim, 16, of Brauer College promotes a dodgeball competition on the Civic Green.

Maggie O’Keeffe lives at Terang has been to every Noorat show – that’s 75 of them. She is pictured with homemade jam that she is entering into this year’s show.

Nationals leader Peter Ryan, middle, with local candidate David O’Brien and Peter McIntyre, candidate for Western Victoria for the Upper House, at Warrnambool Hotel country pubs policy.

Celebrating funding for the Tarerer Festival at Port Fairy were Shane Howard, MP Gavin Jennings, Andy Alberts, Vickie Couzens and Jarrah Bundle.

John Brumby is the senior Economic Minister in the Bracks Government holding the offices of Treasurer, Minister for State and Regional Development and Minister for Innovation. He is pictured with Roy Reekie, South West Coast candidate for the Labor Party, and Brauer College Year 7 students Kayla Arnott and Rose Moloney in the science room.

Farmer Leon Ryan of Purnim dancing in the rain. He has recorded 15mm in the past few days.

Stephen Pasture Seeds’ Mike Grant, left, with Allister Moorhead at the South Ecklin field day.

Michael Johnston and Buster in action at the 2006 Victorian Yard Dog Championships at Casterton.

Warrnambool Motorcycle Club members heading to race at Ballarat are Tom Downing, 11, Luke Buchanan, 13, Jeremy Laycock, 15, Jesse Swinton, 17, Chris Paton, 16, Jack Downing, 16, and John Russell, 16.

Dundonnell exhibitor Melinda Grant with Dalgangle Huntaway, the champion led Welsh pony at the 2006 Koroit Show.

At a Vision Australia open day in Warrnambool were Vision Australia’s Michael Williams with TAFE student Erin Kumor.

Stan Carroll of Warrnambool teeing off from the first tee during the veterans golf competition at Warrnambool.

Launching the water reuse scheme at Warrnambool Golf Club was president Dale Ballinger, Fonterra Site production manager Rob Howell, Wannon Water chairman Harry Peeters and golf club Secretary Gary Parsons.

Liberal Member for South West Coast Denis Napthine pictured holding up his cash bonanza Deal or No deal promise to help fund the Warrnambool SES new base, with a $60,000 bonus, at the old Vicroads depot on Walsh Road SES Controller Gerry Billings is at rear.

Hayden Finn of Warrnambool tees off during the veterans golf competition at Warrnambool Golf Course.

Terang basketball will celebrate 50 years this Saturday with a legends game. Pictured is Les “Lofty” Kline who will be the oldest player on the night.

Terang mum Melissa Richardson teaches daughter Holly, 14, about budgets while getting their dinner ready.

Anna Hamilton, 12, of Greenwald. Anna’s mother Chris Hamilton has spent more than $4000 in advertising and phoned vets, pounds, and shelters from Melbourne to Adelaide hunting for her lost dog Pippa which went missing in July. She has since picked up three new dogs from the pounds – their names are Buster, Dot and Maggie.

Final round of the Victorian Country Kart series at Cobden’s South West Kart club track, on Sunday. In the clubman light class was #97 Matthew Crane of Hamilton.

Warrnambool City Council environmental officer Ian Fitzgibbon with a new sign at Stingray Bay.

Warrnambool Athletic Club is starting a training program for Surf ‘T’ Surf competitors, run by Jacob Rhodes from Warrnambool Sportsco and John Keats, the Warrnambool Athletic Club running coach.

Senior Constables John Keats, Cameron Ross and Sean Clarke with, front, Sergeant Stuart Green are the new crime scene officers talking about new squad of eight members called Crime Desk based at Warrnambool Police Station.

Australian Idol competitor Dan England signing autographs at Capricorn records, pictured with fan Stephanie Pallas 15 of Warrnambool.

Lorraine Shaw from Dennington Bowls Club playing in the WDLBA State Singles at Dennington Bowls Club.

Senior Constable Mark Perna and Constable Kelli Paul pictured with some of the weapons haul discovered at a Warrnambool house on Sunday.

Australian Stockhorse Lady Rider class Champion Karen Owen of Warrnambool rides Boneo Banjo.

Tim Haworth of Mortlake onboard Silverridge in the C and D grade showjumping.

National Servicemen’s Association members lay a wreath during the Remembrance Day service in Warrnambool.

At the paralympic talent search program at Aquazone was Warrnambool swimmer Kathryn Ross with Wendy Ross, paralympic development officer for Swimming Australia.

Warrnambool siblings Kate, 5, Liam, 9, Molly, 3, and Natalie Farley, 5, check out a first prize-winning entry in the novelty craft art category at the Koroit show.

Margaret Laurence of Koroit with her floral art entry which won best exhibit in floral art at Koroit Show. Titled “One without Flowers”, it featured granny smith apples in the design.

Nestles bowler Brett Eldridge celebrates after taking his second wicket within the over, of Wesley batsman Leon Beks who went out for a duck first ball in division one WDCA.

Warrnambool brothers Elijah, 4, and Seth Ludowyk, 3 on the miniature ferris wheel at the Koroit show.

Winner of the Koroit show dog jumping competition, Becky the Border Collie, leaps to a height of about 6 foot 4 inches to her awaiting master – Damien Teal of Camperdown. It was the second year in a row the five year old collie had won the event at the show.

Tayla Scriver, 9, Tessa Mitchell, 10, and Bonnie Burleigh, 10, prepare for their act in the Woodford Primary School fete’s talent quest.

Blake Brugman wore ear muffs as he played the drums in the talent quest at the Woodford Primary School fete.

Roy Reekie (Australian Labor Party), Denis Napthine (Liberal Party), David O’Brien (Nationals), Phoebe Adams (Australian Greens), and Mike Noske (People Power) at a ballot draw for the seat of South West Coast. Absent was no.2 Barry M. Wilson (Family First).

Young spin doctor Brayden Harkness bowling into the nets at Nestles cricket club training.

Tony Austin, executive manager of the Australian Technical College Warrnambool, in front of the Brauer College staff car park where new buildings are earmarked.

Tom King of Warrnambool with his son Logan, 3, in the side car ride in the vintage motorbike rally from Swan Reserve to Hopkins Falls.

Dot Amery, secretary of the Naringal Baptist Church, is praying for rain.

Lyla Williams holds a photo of herself and her brothers Foster McGennan (Air Force), Lyla Williams (WAAAF), Frank McGennan (Air Force) and Syd McGennan (Army).

Woodford Primary School captains Tyler McPherson, 12, and Gemma Sharpe, 12, gear up for the school fete.

Portland cray fishermen Gary Edwards, Peter McLaren, Jeremy Hicks, Gary Ryan, and Peter Sandow at the Port of Portland.

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