Coomalie Community Government Council newsletter
Coomalie Community Government Council
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July 2010 Edition - 20th July 2010
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PAGE 9PRESS JULY 2010 EDITION Community Library News Hello from your Batchelor Community Library Officers, Sue, Prue and Anna. Come along and borrow from our large collection of books, magazines, and DVDs. Free Internet access is available for adults and there are activities for children during the community hours. Community hours are: Thursday 5.30pm to 8pm, Sunday 1pm to 4.30pm Detective Stories We have many detective stories. The detectives range from the fanciful private detectives of Agatha Christie and Kerry Greenwood to the serious police detectives of Patricia Cornwell, Faye Kellerman and PD James. Some authors are Agatha Chistie, Jon Cleary, Patricia Cornwell, Sue Grafton, Kerry Greenwood, PD James, and Faye and Jonathan Kellerman. Other authors writing about crime and mystery are James Patterson, S Paretsky, Ian Rankin, Ruth Rendell, Sidney Sheldon, Karin Slaughter, Gerald Seymour, S Turow, and Minette Walters. Childrens Competition Winners of the colouring competition J une 10th Winners: Sophie Coonan and Channel George Runner up: Jessie Coonan June 27th Winners: Jessie Coonan and Julianne Dargwin Runner up: Lola Coonan SEEYOU ATTHE LIBRARY
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