Happy Birthday to the following community members – we hope you all have the best day!!
June 13- Ylana Bairstow
June 14- Terry Cronin
June 15- Malcolm Roberts
Fire Brigade AGM
Dumbleyung Volunteer Fire and Rescue AGM will be held on June 24, 2019 at the Fire Station, 41 Harvey Street Dumbleyung.
The meeting will commence at 6pm and be followed by a General Meeting.
Any enquiries please phone Skye on 0458 547 967.
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Share the Dare
MAYyouDARE winner Shane Hall will be fulfilling his dare this Saturday night June 15th at the Dumbleyung District Club. Make a night of it with family and friends and support Shane in this fun community initiative!
Art Therapy Info Session
Wednesday 19th June
1.15pm – 2.30pm
At Dumbleyung CRC via VC
NCWA Monthly Education Sessions
Contact CRC to RSVP or for more information
The Dumbleyung CRC are seeking volunteer journalists to help write and collate articles for the Quack Chat. If you are a budding writer and would love to contribute local news or have a love of history and writing we’d love to hear from you. Training provided! Contact the CRC on 9863 4829 or email email@example.com if you can help!
Dumbleyung Historical Walk
Thank you to Chris Dawson from Perth for correcting a mistake on the school plaque which is part of the Dumbleyung Historical walk trail.
In relation to the prefab classrooms installed at the school in 1951, Chris says the units are BRISTOL Units not BRISTILE. They were made by the British Bristol Aircraft Company who obviously had lots of aluminium left over and not much to do with it after making aeroplanes in WW2 so they moved into prefab buildings. I don’t know how many units came to WA but I think over 100 were erected in Victoria in the early 1950s.
I can still remember the morning the semi-trailer arrived to deliver the components of the building, as it got bogged right opposite our house and there was much revving and grinding of gears etc as they tried to get it unstuck. As I recall, it only took them less than a week to get it built.
Article by Beth Bartram
Staff and committee of the Dumbleyung CRC along with community members and volunteers contribute to the weekly Quack Chat Newsletter.