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Presidents Report March 2019

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Sydney has been hot the last few month, but after spending last week in Mount Isa to celebrate our daughters 50th birthday I have changed my mind. They have the airco on all the time day and night. It is always hot and if you’re outside your never alone, there are millions of fly’s with you. I must admit it is the first time I have seen Mount Isa green after the recent rains and floods. The railway line between Townsville and Mount Isa needs 300km replacement and in numerous places the roads are closed, due to flood damage and yet the farmers in North Queensland have to kill their stock, due to the drought.                                          The Queensland government is spending millions of dollars towards all these problems, but no one has the guts to tackle the real problem for a long time solution; build more dams and a pipeline so the whole country has enough water. That is too easy.                                                        Anyway my holiday is over and now it is full steam ahead for our Festival, starting coming Sunday the 3rd of March with a volunteer information day starting at 2.00pm.  (Club open at noon)                                                                                              If you or one of your family members and or friends would be able to lend us a hand during the festival that would be very much appreciated and on Sunday you can find out where and what you can do to help your club.                                  See you Sunday. J. Joosten





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