Stawell's breakfast scoop- June 3

Weather: Cloudy. Patchy morning fog. Isolated showers. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to around 8 with daytime temperatures reaching around 17.

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Community members who attended an information session last Wednesday night remain hopeful that a Bendigo Bank branch could still be launched in Stawell.

Despite only a handful of residents showing their support for the concept at Wednesday night's meeting, Northern Grampians Shire Mayor, Cr Kevin Erwin, said the door was by no means closed.

"It was a little disappointing to only see a handful of residents attend the session last week," - Northern Grampians Shire Mayor, Cr Kevin Erwin

- More than thirty representatives from organisations in Stawell attended a breakfast at Lillies and Lattes during National Volunteer Week.

The event celebrated the benefits of volunteers and was organised by a working group of staff from Stawell Regional Health, Grampians Community Health and Northern Grampians Shire Council. The breakfast also featured a presentation from the chief executive officer of Volunteering Western Victoria, Julie Pettett.

- Great Western Lions are happy to have added a win to their season tally, after defeating Woorndoo-Mortlake in the Mininera and District Football League.

Great Western had a poor start to the competition so a win after the interleague break was a must. For all the football results grab a copy of today's edition of the Stawell Times News.

What's on: Tonight is the last regular round of competition in the senior womens basketball with Bad Juju and Trackside Tabaret both fighting for fourth spot.

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