The Yenda Progress Association has declared their support for creating a basketball and netball court.
The association is supportive of turning tennis court number three into a multi-purpose court with the purchase of mobile dual purpose rings.
There are concerns about the possibility of damage to the tennis courts and the association has said it will review its support should the tennis net or courts be damaged.
The association has also welcomed the mayor John Dal Broi's statements on 2MIA FM 95.1 in November, about the possibility of the Yenda Cemetery hosting a crematorium.
Radio host Dolf Murwood put to the mayor that a number of improvements should also be considered, including a culvert at the front entrance, a layer of gravel on the driveway, a car park with room for 80 vehicles, sealing the road for 280 metres from the cemetery gates to Pleasant Valley Road and a raised levee band prevent flood water from the Cocoparra National Park's hills entering the cemetery.
The Yenda Progress Association said it looks forward to further positive construction by council regarding the improvements to the town's cemetery before an agreement for a crematorium becomes mutual.
With the Yenda Diggers Club currently closed, the association is hoping to move its meetings into the tennis clubhouse in the interim.
This is the final Yenda Yarns column for 2020, and I want to thank everyone in Yenda for their assistance and help throughout the year. I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.