Tuesday, 4 August 2015

WOT #105 August 2015: Chamber Chatter with Tracy

Chamber Chatter with Tracy
Well I think all would agree it was a very successful market day once again in July.
And to all who held or went to the garage sale weekend a big thank you for making that a great day, also to the many businesses that opened on the day ,and lets not forget the Resource Centre for their great work.
A REMINDER for ALL businesses; if in need of special flyers, or other printing for your business, please use the resource centre, as we are very lucky to have the service. 
Some businesses are still working on their shop front makeovers and looking good. 
Hope to see you out and about shopping in the local businesses. 

Mt Wyche Cafe
We’re adding a bit of fun to the workplace and end of the working week by introducing...
 Fancy Dress Fridays.
Come in and see the staff,  have a laugh and put your vote in for best dressed.

A special a makeover.
Wycheproof VISION would like to congratulate Tony, the owner of the building that is home to the Art/Craft Shop, for his efforts in renovating the inside of the shop. The creation of an ‘office’ area and the other work completed makes it a comfortable and inviting environment for both workers and customers alike. 
With the winter chill continuing, call into the Art & Craft shop for warm knitted children's clothing, beanies and scarves.  
Volunteers WANTED: Call in to the Art & Craft Shop or Wycheproof Community Resource Centre for more information.

Thinking of Christmas!!!

Christmas Decorating on Broadway
Well Wycheproof, Christmas is not far away and suggestions are welcome for this year's Christmas Tree Competition for Broadway. The competition was well supported by local businesses and groups who adopted a tree to decorate. 
Wycheproof VISION is keen to host another ‘Decorate a Peppercorn
Competition’, but need to decide whether it should have a theme or just open, like last year?
We would like to aim to have all trees decorated by the
1 December 2015 to maximise the publicity for our community.
So, put on your thinking hats. All suggestions are welcome.