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Ladies Fellowship
Parish Fete
Parish Dinner
Breakfast Club
Ecumenical Dinner
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Ladies Fellowship
The group meets once a month on the third Tuesday at 2pm in St Paul's vestry. There is a program for the year and the group tries to make it interesting for all members. There might have a speaker or the group may go on a trip to somewhere nearby or have a film afternoon in a member's home.
Sometimes there is a 'bring and share' day so that the group can lunch together.
The meetings finish in November with an early Christmas lunch.
Being a fellowship, the group welcomes ladies from other Parishes to join them. Anyone who attends will be made most welcome.

Activities for 2017 have included:
  • February - met in the vestry to share 'childhood memories'
  • March - a trip to Dookie to visit a Doll Museum and lunch together
  • April - members brought a favorite piece of jewellery (heirloom) to the meeting and told its story
  • May - the group met at a member's house for a cooking demonstration and a special treat
  • July - the group met at Granite Hills cafe for lunch
  • August - a planned speaker had to cancel, so the group had a pleasant chat around the open fire in the hall
  • September - speaker - Val Edwards - Diocesan Social Justice Committee
  • October - Julie, Margaret's sister, spoke on her volunteer work with the 'Choir of Hard Knocks'
 
The new executive for 2017 are:
Margaret Brook (Chairperson) 
Pam Breen (Assistant)
Nan Sullivan (Treasurer)
Breakfast Club
This is organised at Euroa Primary School with breakfast available for the children on three mornings of the week - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8.15am until 9am. Any church or community member is welcome to attend and assist. Contacts: Rev Patti Matthews or Josh Mosely at the school.
For those with more time on their hands, assistance at Euroa Secondary College is also welcome. This is held each week morning - Monday to Friday - from 8.30am. Contacts: Rev Patti and Josh.
 
 
Parish Fete- Saturday, 29 April, 2017, 9am-1pm

Parish Fete, 2017: was held on  Saturday, 29 April from 9am until 1pm
As always parishioners from all three centres pitched in and made this a wonderful day for both the church and the community.
Delicious Food was provided by the Blackie Barbeque and Devonshire teas in the hall
Stalls included: Crystal, China and Glassware, Cakes, Plants & Produce, Books,
​Craft and Linen, children's toys
On the tennis court: the 'Garage Sale' proved as popular as ever with a huge range of goods for sale
Raffles: a load of wood, a decorated Christmas cake and a dinner to the value of $200 at 'Graze on Clifton' were all extremely popular
Other: music provided by Phil ad Friends, the free children's activities were attended, manure sold out very quickly and for something different, there was wine for sale
The Op Shop was open and in many cases this introduced our shop to some community members for the first time.
​All in all, it was a wonderful day and again a great fund-raiser for our churches.


Parish Dinner

Our Parish Dinner is an annual event that is the perfect opportunity for all members of our Parish to get together in a welcoming environment.
The dinner is held in St Paul's Hall, usually with a three course sit-down meal and musical entertainment. There is every endeavour to keep the cost down but at the same time providing a delicious meal.
In 2015 we were delighted to have Nicky Pummeroy (nee Blackie) to entertain us. Nicky has an amazing voice and currently performs regularly with the Shepparton Theatre Arts Group (STAG). We were all enthralled with her choice of songs and her performance.
In addition we are very lucky to have the services of Gary and Margaret Chowanetz, Phil Squires and Garry Kenyon, all talented musicians, who kept the evening moving along with great dance music.
We did not hold a dinner in 2016, but rest assured, our dinner will return.
 

Ecumenical Dinner
The Ecumenical Dinner is an annual event which is organised by the combined churches of Euroa.
The clergy from each local church meet regularly and organise activities and events.
Each year the church responsible and location is rotated.

 
 
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