Glenys Ralls and Bob Moss, two Trafalgar stalwarts, are our joint citizens of the year for 2023.
Both have contributed to the Trafalgar community over a number of years in different fields, and are both very worthy citizen of the year.
Glenys has been a lifelong member of the Trafalgar community, throughout which time she has raised her family and been a reliable support to a wide variety of community groups.
Council commits to advancing Baw Baw’s most pressing needs in 2023
Words by Traf News– February 2023 Edition
Baw Baw Shire Council has committed to advancing the region’s most pressing needs in 2023, by putting forward a set of draft advocacy priorities designed to balance the challenges of growth while enhancing Baw Baw’s lifestyle, character and environment.
The 2022 Probus year full of fun, friendship and fellowship, as well as some COVID hiccups along the way, drew to a close in December with a very enjoyable Christmas dinner held at the Kings Arms Hotel in Neerim South.
Lowanna College, Newborough, is proud to announce the Dux of 2022 - Allyssa Giles, with an ATAR of 93.40.
Allyssa was very pleased with her results, and is excited about pursuing Biomedical Science and Commerce studies at Latrobe University next year.
“I am so pleased with my result; I didn’t think I’d get above 90!” Alyssa said.
Trafalgar Cricket Club has enjoyed its time on the field in recent weeks, with some good performance across the board.
A Grade action saw an improbable win against Morwell, making up for loss to Mirboo North the previous week.
In the game against Morwell, while the scoreboard says Traf won by nine wickets, the full story is this game looked all but certain to end in a draw for 95 per cent of the day.