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Raymond. We’re here to educate people about reptiles -especially children.
Jo. Because of the community aspect. Getting to know customers.
Craig. Men spend a lot of their lives raising families, home maintenance and don’t connect.
Warwick. It’s about reaching out to people.
Rachael. We have a duty to support you.
Rod. I’ve been retired now for three and a half years. Fifty per cent of my time I spend volunteering with the Brigade
Ross. Ten years Open House Macleod, I get back as much as I put in. Very important if you have the time.
Leigh. Involved in Rotary with my Father-in-law. Lot’s of fun.
Tony. St Andrews 20 years, retired 2 years. I know OM:NI. There are 33 members at the Mens Shed. It’s a great meeting place.
Lynda. Best of both worlds, country and city. I can’t see us leaving.
Danielle. What was the question?
Greg. Heard about OM:NI. Always prepared to have OM:NI come along to tell us more about what you do.
Marion. Forty three years. Love the community, close to amenities and bush.
Alex. Loved the spinning OM:NI banner. Need to come back next year.
Michelle. I love the community spirit and feel of Diamond Creek.
Sabi. I’m a member of the community think tank and a member of Chocolate Lillies, U3A and Eltham Little Theatre and I think OM:NI is a great movement!
Five years of OM:NI at the Diamond Creek Town Fair
and we’re loving it!