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Your Historical Society is very pleased to contribute meaningfully in these centenary years of commemoration of the great and terrible events of 1914 – 1918, which so much shaped the world we now know. Lunch is available in the Services Club from 12 noon but as the Historical Society is not handling lunch bookings, you could make your own at the Club or phone: 63441397.

Contact: Phone - Business hours: Phone - After Hours: Mobile No : Fax: Email: Website: We 3 are artists of Color City Creatives and because our work is very different , we decided to have an exhibition to show just how diverse the CCC group is, and hopefully it will kick start other collaborative exhibitions in the future for CCC members that would like to showcase what a great diverse group of artists we have.

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The story is loosely based on the Gospels’ accounts of the last week of Jesus’ life, beginning with the preparation for the arrival of Jesus and his disciples in Jerusalem and ending with the crucifixion.

It highlights political and interpersonal struggles between Judas Iscariot and Jesus that are not in the Bible narratives.

Contemporary attitudes and sensibilities, as well as slang, pervade the lyrics, and ironic allusions to modern life are scattered throughout the depiction of political events. Costs and Ticketing: Adult .00 Junior .00 Concession .00 Family .00 2 x 2 Subscriber .00Contact: Phone - Business hours: 02 6393 8110 / Ticketek Bookings 02 6393 8111Phone - After Hours: Mobile No : Fax: (02) 6393 8192Email: [email protected]: History in the Club event.

The Battle of Fromelles has a special place in these centenary years of commemoration of WW1. In recent years, the discovery of mass graves of Australian soldiers who died in this battle, has also had a profound impact on many Australians, not just the relatives of these hitherto missing soldiers.

It was the first battle on the Western Front in France which saw Australian troops in action, and has the sad distinction of being the occasion of the greatest loss of Australian lives on any single day in our history. The story behind the story of this discovery is itself fascinating and instructive.

Our presentation will also include the stories of seven known local men who fought and/or died in this battle on 19 July 1916: Clarrie Nash, Keith (Barney) Davis, Harold Whitmee, Horace Balcomb and Jim Jones from the Cranbury district, Albert Williamson from Nyrang Creek and Peter Thompson from Billimari.

Their letters from the front are poignant and moving, giving flesh to the bones of the official histories.

Please join us, and bring your friends, for what promises to be an informative presentation.