Members and guests gathered in the Mount Molloy Memorial Hall for JAMARR’s twenty-seventh annual general meeting on 13 April 2023. Thanks to an enthusiastic turnout, there was no trouble confirming a quorum or being assured of the support in the room for one of the region’s longest-serving institutions. A report […]
Members and guests gathered in the Mount Molloy Memorial Hall for JAMARR’s twenty-sixth annual general meeting on 14 April 2022. Despite a modest turnout, there was no trouble confirming a quorum or being assured of the support in the room for one of the region’s longest-serving institutions. A report on […]
(Amber Dahlberg and Clare Hawse rescued an injured kookaburra on their way to the meeting and had a chance to share the inspection of the poor bird’s dietary history….who says JAMARR meetings are dull??) Very pleased to report that the 2021 Annual General Meeting attracted a loyal roll-up with plenty […]
Very please to report that the 2020 Annual General Meeting attracted an enthusiastic roll-up with plenty of good conversation, questions, and ideas being exchanged both in the meeting and at the convivial tea following.
JAMARR’s StoryTree project was given some merry news just ahead of the holidays. A grant application under the Regional Arts Development program (RADF) which is adminstered by Mareeba Shire Council. The grant will provide funds for employing a young person who will assist with the editing of video footage that […]
The Molloy & Julatten Local Seed Savers Group gathered at Lyn and Reece Gore’s lovely property on 28 April for a convivial session lightly sprinkled with drizzle. Excellent hosts as always, Lyn and Reece had set out a beautiful spread that soon groaned with contributions from the roll-up. Introductions were […]
Maintenance vollies madly slashing and raking to prep for the big day! A merry group of labyrinth-appreciators gathered on Saturday 4 May for the annual World Labyrinth Day celebrations. According to an eye-witness account: “The labyrinth hosted fifteen adults, five children and four polite dogs. Plus another three visitors with […]
Work to improve the amenity at the historical Mount Molloy Cemetery continued this past week as the sturdy fellas from the Julatten Men’s Shed re-erected the mounting board for the Honour Roll. Lead Shedder Noel Prowse reckons it looks pretty good. “We are happy to contribute some skill and effort […]