The PCYC Cowra Outside Of School Hours Program is Childcare Subsidy Approved. VAC Care is running 8am to 6pm, and ASC – 3pm to 6pm. Both are available to kids Aged 5 – 12. Catch Bus 3 to Mulyan School
Scott McLachlan, Chief Executive of the Western NSW Local Health District, has an-nounced today that he will be leaving the region to take up the role of Chief Executive of the Central Coast Local Health District. “After eight years in this role, I believe it’s time for me to take on a new challenge, and to also allow a fresh leadership approach in this region,” said Mr McLachlan.
Mr McLachlan will depart on 10 November with interim leadership put in place well in advance of that date, and permanent re-cruitment to also commence during that time.
“While I’m looking forward to my new role, I will always be grateful to the people in our LHD team and communities who have supported me, and who I’ve learned so much from.”
You’re invited to join a community informa-tion webinar for the Wyangala Dam Wall Raising project to meet the project team, hear project updates and ask questions. During October and November, the project team will host two different types of project webinars.
Introduction to Project webinars are generally for people who have not attended one of our sessions previously, while the project update webinars will provide the latest information about the project’s progress. During our webinars, members of the project team are available to answer questions. Project update (45 mins)
If you have any questions, you can reach us by emailing mailto:email@example.com or calling 1800 735 822.
The Cowra Phoenix wishes to correct an er-ror in an article it published last week. The Cowra Youth Peace Award is an initiative of the Australian Chapter of the World Peace Bell Association to commemorate the International Day of Peace. It is not organised by the Cowra Youth Council as incorrectly stated. Cowra Council and the Rotary Club of Cowra are pleased to support the World Peace Bell Association in hosting the Award.
The Cowra Youth Council is very proud of its members, Stassi Austin and Destiny Pepper, on receiving nominations for the 2021 Cowra Youth Peace Award.
Cowra Shire had recorded a total of 59 cases of COVID-19 to Monday, October 11. Zero new cases were recorded on Monday. Only 7 cases were recorded between then and last Wednesday, with only one potentially infectious in the community a member of Mulyan Public School’s community, reported officially on Sunday. Over 7000 tests have been conducted in Cowra Since Friday 17th September, when Cowra’s first positive case was tested.
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