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Had a lovely visit to our museum by a group of former Terang students this afternoon. Great to have them visit us as part of their school reunion. Hope you all have a great weekend get together. Thanks for organising the visit to us Murray Murfett. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Great re-union of former "Terangites" last Sunday... pictures taken but won't publish here to protect privacy.. Well done Stan & Betty Stewart for taking over the organisation following the passing of Lewis Harper. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago


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Sure was a great day. Ditto re thanks

Reminder to all members. We have a meeting tonight at 7.30pm in the museum. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Hello Ex Terang and Dist Residents, (message from Stan & Betty Stewart)

Another year has gone and it’s time to meet up again. Sunday February 24th is the day and we will meet at Barwon Valley Park, Barrabool Rd Belmont, Car Park area. (opposite Riverside Caravan Park & Coffee shop, where we had to move to last year) Melways Ref 451 G9. BYO Chairs & Lunch. 11.30am to 2.30pm . More Info phone 52456752.

Please let your Terang friends know.

Many Thanks.

Stan & Betty Stewart.
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2 months ago


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Lyn Smith, Gwenda Popping

The following message by Helen McKenzie....thanks Helen.
The annual reunion that is held in Geelong for all people with interests in Terang and District is on again on Sunday February 24 at 12 noon. Everyone most welcome. More details later.

We will post more details as they come to hand.
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2 months ago


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A comment from Michael Harris. · These Terang days are terrific opportunities for former residents of Terang and District to rekindle friendship and catch up on where people we once mingled with are nowadays. Only two weeks ago I caught up with a chap that I shared a house with in Eaglehawk, almost 48 years ago, through someone knowing someone from these type of days, and now his daughter has lived in the street next to ours here in Grovedale. From last year's day I discovered another resident lives actually over our back fence, in a retirement village, and another who lost his wife jusover 12 months ago shpps at the same IGA Supermarket as us, and lives only a matter of minutes from us so you can see these days can be very interesting.

Anyone is welcome we come from Melton to go it’s been going for many years Brenda Salt and Lewis Harper have organized it up till the last couple of years as Lewis passed away sadly and Brenda felt she was too old to do it the Stewart’s took it on last year and Helen has helped with putting it on Facebook

Why not have it in Terang?😳

Peta Nicole

Coralene Stewart

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Our Museum will be open again Sunday, 20th January from 1 - 4 pm. Come along and pay us a visit and see what we have on display, have a chat about Terang and surrounds over a cuppa or find out more about our lovely area. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago


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Mark Kingston

Clarence Wilfred Jenkins also served in WW2. He was an ancestor from my Family. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Clarence Wilfred Jenkins also served in WW2. He was an ancestor from my Family.

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Thanks Steve. Not sure I knew he served in WW2. Do you happen to have a photo of him by any chance?

National Archives of Australia has his WW2 record. I only wish I had a photo of Clarence. His cousin Stewart Colcott from Terang also had a shell "following me into my dugout" as he wrote in a letter home.

thanks Steve.

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