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Campaspe in white

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November 04, 2017

Campaspe Shire Council are urging schools and businesses to turn their shop fronts white to make a stand on violence against women.

Campaspe In White competition

IT IS time to turn Campaspe Shire’s shop fronts white.

Campaspe Shire Council are urging schools and businesses to turn their shop fronts white to make a stand on violence against women.

The Campaspe In White competition is officially open and aims to unite the community on the issue.

Participating businesses are encouraged to register with the shire via email [email protected]

Once registered you can upload images of your shop fronts to social media with the hashtag #campaspeinwhite and tagging @campaspeshire and @riverineherald

The competition will finish with Wear White to Work Day on Friday, November 24.

All businesses are encouraged to wear white on the day and bring a gold coin donation for White Ribbon Day.

A free morning tea will be held from 11am at the Echuca Civic Centre.

To be in the running for advertising packages in the Riverine Herald, Campaspe News and Kyabram Free Press you must register before Monday, November 20.

Get ready Mathoura

THE Mathoura Country Kids Festival kicks off tomorrow.

Primary and preschoolers will see what it’s like to run the town while celebrating being a country kid.

The town’s main street and park will be transformed into a ‘big day out’ for children from all over the district.

A petting zoo, toy library, face painting, market stalls, live entertainment, a skate competition, raffles and sausage sizzle are some of the activities planned for the day.

The children have also decided to import crowd-pleasers from Bendigo-based entertainment experts The Zone, which will operate a large open air laser tag arena, inflatable Zorb balls floating in pools and an 8m Cars-themed slide.

Entry is a gold coin and all ride passes are priced from $5 to $20.

The proceeds will fund education initiatives at the two Mathoura schools.

For information, visit the festival’s Facebook page.

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