I’ve been involved for 24 years. We all went to different schools yet, the friendships have kept me in touch and involved. I moved house 6 years ago and here I am, still enjoying Diamond Creek.
She gets to do things like this. My mother gets cross when my brother is naughty.
– need to remember where the toilets are – Bodily functions can’t always be trusted – I can’t remember!
..starvation probably. About a couple of million years ago.
A lot of fantastic jobs. Some haven’t always started out well but, I’ve tried to make them great. Alternative education with youngsters who didn’t always feel that they fitted in.
Declan and Ali.
Ali – “How many?”
– “I’m not telling!”
I’m doing this because I love it. I’ve lived around here for about 33 years and have been in the club for 27 of them. I met an old friend at Rob Roy hill climb where I was selling tickets for the club.
My father was a darling man. He always did everything for the family.
If connections are built in the community as a result of this event, and we breathe in the existing spirit of the ‘Creek’ , then i’ts been a geat success.
Community service such as today. I’m encouraged to to my best.
It is important in life to be connected. Another reason why I enjoy helping with “Carols In The Park”. That helps me keep in touch with other community groups. I enjoy sharing my hobby with the various groups in our area.
Norm & Ruth
I balanced the books and we had an excellent talk fom the ‘Dunny Man’.
I’ve lived in this district for 23 years, it’s a wonderful place to live. I always feel safe and can walk everywhere – to the shops, to the school, the station where I can travel easily to the city – my children think that Diamond Creek pool is their very own!
…. the man from ‘The Shed’.
Now – look what you’ve done, Ben and Melanie!
From the OM:NI Blokes.