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Stone the Crows Festival - March 2013
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To ALL our feathered friends who came to the Stone the Crows Festival.....thank you. From your exit surveys we enjoyed yourselves as much as we did. Again, your comments have given us ideas for 2015 and areas where you have confirmed our need for improvement, however minor. This feedback is really appreciated and the Chief Crows look forward to seeing you all again in next year.

To all our Crow Assistants and especially those who shared our burden of switching venues just three weeks out, we could not have done it without your support. Your reward, as is ours, was the happy faces and laughter which was so obvious around the grounds. The Australian Clay Target Association site is to be the home of Stone the Crows Festival in future years. We look forward to working with Tony Turner and his team to increase the facilities as time goes on.

This year's gReyVee Award winners are listed at the bottom of the page for anyone who missed out coming this year!

Stoning the Crows

Attached is a press release the Crows wrote to summarise much of this year's fun and camaraderie.

In the next little while, the 2014 activities will be archieved and the planning for 2015 will be announced. If you're on our database, you should get an email saying bookings are open. We are still looking at costs for next year and these, of course, depend on the cost of facilities, entertainers and the like. One thing is for sure - if you have been in either 2013 or 2014 there will be a loyalty discount for those who have supported us - so you realise that you are appreciated too!

In the meantime, since we parted company at Easter, our Inland Tourism Award Application has been sent in (as outlined on the opening night) and we will find out if we are a finalist in July. Grant and Tracey have been nominated as our two representatives to attend the function as this will be held not too far from home for them, in Griffith.

Till then - travel safely and look forward to seeing you in Wagga Wagga - Every Easter!

2014 gReyVee Award Winners
Vocal Talent
Alan Lazarus
Jumping Fleas Orchestra
Instrumental Talent
Col Smith
Group Talent
Jiggery Jokers
Humorous Poem
Irvin Beetson
Serious Poem
Joint winners - Ann Hunter and Frank Roberts
Painting & Drawing
Helen Ross
Photography A4
Coralie Walker
Photography 6"x4"
Gwenda Pullen
Original Poem - Humorous
Irvin Beetson
Original Poem - Serious
Graham Watt
Original Limerick
Graham Watt
A Murder -
Veronica, Helen, Judi, Terry, Bev, Jeatnette, Andrew, Don, Julie
Quilting and embroidery
Wall hanging - Mary Moody
Quilting and embroidery
Table runner - Dianne Gibbins
Knitting and crochet
Monika Taylor
Oncology Bag
Mary Moody
Winners - The Fruit Loops (defending 2013 champions)
George Prince - Faye Stevens - Daryll Murphy
Runners up - Triple J
Paul and Nicola Jensen, Derek Johnston
Crow FL
Winners - Ray J's
Sharon Wonnocott, Julianne Nevin, Ray Kennedy
Runners up - Misfits
Disc Bowls
Winners - Wagga Wanderers Team 1
Frank Sainsbury, Sue Sainsbury, Bill Robinson
Runners up - Bidgee Bandits 2
Jim Marshall, Tony Ashton, Mary Skidmore
Ladder Golf
Winners - T-Shirts
Richard Hay, Miep Allard,Andrew Bray
Runners up - Ringers
Lyn McLaughlin, Barrie Paulo, Mick McLaughlin
Stoning the Crows
Male - Peter Chessell - Runner up - Bill Daglish
Ladies - Linda Schnitzerling - Runner up - Lorraine Waddington
Congratulations to the Overall gReyVee Award Winner for 2014 - Mary Moody





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