EXCITING news that Yenda Pizzeria Villaggio will be reopening for takeaway pizzas, coffee and lots more.
The grand opening was on Thursday. You can pop in for your morning coffee and egg and bacon rolls, lunches and dinner.
Don't forget that you can get your $25 vouchers from Service NSW or download the app to get a voucher.
Vouchers can be used for eating in at restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs and clubs from Monday to Thursday, excluding public holidays.
The business must be registered to accept the voucher.
The Yenda Progress Association's next meeting is scheduled for Monday at 7pm at the Memorial Hall.
Everyone who lives in the Yenda area is welcome to attend.
Griffith City Council has organised Yenda Flood Public consultation meeting to be held at the Yenda Diggers Club on March 18.
Time to be confirmed.
Hopefully as many community members as possible are able to attend to give their thoughts.
IN OTHER NEWS:
This meeting will be to discuss the latest Torrents flood report, incorporating the new replacement flood gates at the EMR.
Binya School has assorted pies, lamington and hot cross buns plus other things just in time for Easter.
This is raising monies for new facilities at the Binya cchool.
Contact Kate on 0428 379 998 to place and order.
For the fifth year the Curry & Jam Night organised by the Griffith Country Education Foundation will be held at Binya Hall at 7pm on April 30.
All profits go towards assisting local youth to pursue their goals.
Curries will be cooked by the Sikh Community, local live music and wines by Yarran Wines.
Don't forget to save the date - October 2 - for the Yenda School Centenary.
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