The NSW Government is funding the Sportsmans Creek new bridge project in Lawrence as part of the Bridges for the Bush initiative. Roads and Maritime is delivering this project, which involves building a new bridge that connects Grafton-Lawrence Road with Grafton Street, replacing the existing bridge. This update outlines progress being made on the project.
The NSW Government is funding the Sportsmans Creek new bridge project in Lawrence as part of the Bridges for the Bush initiative. Roads and Maritime is delivering this project, which involves building a new bridge that connects Grafton-Lawrence Road with Grafton Street, replacing the existing bridge. This update outlines progress being made on the project. Roads and Maritime (RMS)

Lawrence fishing club welcome new members

LAWRENCE FISHING CLUB

By Lyn Morgan

Lawrence Fishing Club held their monthly outing on February 6-7, with 11 members weighing-in.

Maureen King won the ladies estuary, while Ben McLennan took the mens. Secret Weight was won by Jack Turner. Bob Graham won the Deep Sea, Rock and Beach. Congratulations to our winners for the day.

Pam Graham's name was drawn for the Membership Draw and was very happy with her win.

Our Sign On Day was very successful and welcome to our new members that joined the club. The club wish to thank John, Sally Hoy and staff of The Lawrence Tavern for providing refreshments, the band and their assistance organising the day.

Many thanks to Lawrence Post Office, Lawrence General Store and both our local papers providing the advertising for the day. Our Esky and Gift Voucher Raffle which was donated by BCF Sth. Grafton was a huge success and thanks to Brendan for organising these prizes. The esky was won by Judy Want and voucher by Tracey Humble. Tony Berry won the meat raffle. Also many thanks to those members that helped through out the day with raffles, weigh in, barbecue, accepting memberships and taking photos.

The next outing is March 5-6 which is our annual competition against Brushgrove. Weigh-in is at The Lawrence Tavern from 1pm, March 6.



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