GALLERY: Throwback Thursday – June 18, 2004

GALLERY: Throwback Thursday – June 18, 2004 MP Denis Napthine, The Standard columnist Tim Auld (centre) and Warrnambool City mayor Glenys Phillpot, get crazy with King’s College students Amber Schultz, 14, Chelsea Hadden, 9, Jamie Hadden, 12, and Clare Gibson 14, to promote Fun4Kids.
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Australian under 20 Socceroo captain Scott McDonald (centre) pictured with Warrnambool Academy soccer players at Harris Street Reserve.

South Warrnambool footballer Stephen Anderson will play his 300th game for the club, pictured with children Casey, 3, Ashlee, 5, and Patrick, 7.

Moyne Shire environment officer Kath Gosden and Framlingham Aboriginal Trust community development officer Neil Martin looking at planned works for The Crags.

Jim Leahy at his store showing councillors video of a semi-truck trying to enter a lane along Fairy Street. He is against centre parking.

Camperdown football player Daniel Mahony, 27, pictured with his dog Basil, has played 100 senior games.

Deakin Uni coach Rodney Ryan talking with players at training on a wet night at the pond.

Tania Wheeler from Twinkle Toes Baby Hand and Feet Sculptures.

South Warrnambool football twins Shane and Jason Bourke, both 17.

Cobden vs Port Fairy at Cobden.

Sara Esposito from Warrnambool with her nine-month-old daughter Mia Clark, Tina Lloyd from Portland with one-year-old Molly Lloyd and Babay Sleep Consultant Tizzie Hall from Ocean Grove.

Warrnambool ABC Developmental Learning Centre director Karina Baxter (centre)with staff.

Tory Klason, 14, from Koroit had Meningococcol disease and was in South West Healthcare while he was sick.

Brianna Conheady, 6, with sister Olivia Conheady, 4, braving the winter weather to look for whales at Logans Beach.

The Disassociatives Paul Mac and Daniel Johns with reporter Matt Neal (centre) at Warrnambool Stadium before performing at Hardwired.

Peak Fitness Challenge co-ordinator Dale Ringin with Dougie Lynch, 11, and Carlee King, 11.

Paralympian Cameron Rahles-Rahbula, 20, at Camperdown.

Warrnambool cyclist Darren Smith holding his two Melbourne to Warrnambool Road race time medallions.

Warrnambool Wolves player Ed Pickering and Eastern Beach player Angelo Cordone, playing at Harris Street Reserve.

Warrnambool man John Amor sitting at Warrnambool Breakwater area, happy and healthy after beating a life threatening illness.

John Reynolds beat an Australian record with the clean and jerk in a competition held at Darwin.

Cobden vs Port Fairy at Cobden.

Fairy Street funeral director John O’Sullivan is concerned about the new centre parking between Timor and Koroit Street.

Junior basketball finals.

Darly Beechey, 18, from Cobden Football Club.

Warrnambool vs Terang-Mortlake at Reid Oval.

Southwest Action For Refugees group protesting at Lake Pertobe by placing 162 shoes on the steps to show how many children are still in detention.

Brauerander Park Steering Group member Vern Robson with Brauer College principal Michael Cusick.

Deakin Uni Associate Professor Brad Mitchell will present a discussion on Rehabilitating the South West Rivers.

Arthur Dawe and Geoff Lowe from Warrnambool Budgie Club.

John Goold leads the Ellerslie Camperdown Hunt with son Jock, 8, (centre), parading down Camperdown’s main street.

Peaches Health Foods manager Noel Moloney, naturopath Kim Clarke and Business News manager Kylea Moloney.

Richard Tankard and Lyn Eales perform for Port Fairy Rhapsody in June at Wisharts at the Wharf.

Port Fairy Rhapsody in June Bread and Pudding backoff judges Genevieve Grant, Essie Warmuth and junior judge Tayla Root, 7, with winners Heather Hampson and her daughter Fiona Hampson from Wishart Gallery.

Warrnambool GK Kate McLeod and Terang/Mortlake GS Lisa Little, GA Siobhan Sefton and C Sarah O’Connor in Hampden senior netball game between Warrnambool, and Terang-Mortlake.

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