RSPCA at Rylstone Markets
Adele Lindley, President of the Mudgee RSPCA attended the Rylstone Markets with a team of helpers last Saturday. Adele appreciates the positive effect a dog can have on people and people with problems like Autism and Tourette’s Disease. Adele said dogs were being trained to look after people with special needs. The RSPCA stall can microchip your dog for $15 and has $100 vouchers for desexing pets for Seniors and those with Centre Link cards. The RSPCA stall has dog accessories, leads, collars and hand made coats. Adele also runs a Canine Assisted Therapy organisation called ‘PADS’, Personal Assistance Dog Solutions as a Professional dog trainer, dog training and behaviour modification. Call Adele 0458 755 757 or www.pads-australia.org.
Child and Family Health Nurse
Rylstone Hospital Health One has a new Nurse. This is her story. “My name is Karla and I have taken over Sarah’s role as the new Child and Family Health Nurse at Health One in Rylstone. My background is working in the hospital setting with children, babies and families as a Paediatric and Neonatal Nurse.”
Child and family health nursing services are available from birth to five years and include: Home visiting, breast feeding support, immunisations, infant nutrition and starting solids, safe sleeping and settling, infant tired signs, clinic visits and well child checks, support for families experiencing depression and anxiety, new parent groups and child safety information. “I will be available Monday to Thursday from 8.30am to 5pm. Please feel free to call or drop into Health One. (02) 6357 8150 or visit NSW Health website ‘Child and family health: Frequently asked questions.’
Hooked on Fresh Seafood
Kent Baldwin from the Central Coast has been selling fresh seafood since 2004. Kent gets his seafood from the Sydney Fish Market at 4am and drives to the Central West to sell. Kent has been supplying Rylstone for years on alternate Tuesdays, letting the public know via KRR-FM and Facebook, “Hooked on Fresh Seafood”. Now Kent is supplying Mudgee on Thursday afternoons from 2pm at St John’s Anglican Church. Kent sells fresh fish, salt water barramundi, salmon, depending on seasonal variations and supply, prawns, crabs, oysters, muscles, smoked trout, octopus and calamari. Kent has Eftpos available and started supplying fresh seafood in Mudgee last Thursday.
Rylstone’s “Pepino’s” Mexican Restaurant
Grant and Holly Harris moved from Sydney four years ago and bought a small property, just out of Rylstone. After many years working in and owning Mexican Restaurants, the couple toyed with the idea of starting a restaurant in Rylstone. When the ideal building, on the corner of Cudgegong and Louee streets became available, they seized the chance. Their opening night (last Saturday) will be a steep learning curve for new staff and shop facilities. Grant and Holly have a BYO licence and you can check the wine menu. The Pepino’s menu is extensive, containing Nachos, Guacamole, Taquitos, Burritos, Chimichanga, Fajitas plus side salads, beans, etc. The starters are mouth watering and you can finish your meal with desert. Pepino’s will be opening Thursday to Sunday from 5pm to late for dinner and then lunch will be done when everything is working properly. You can check Pepino’s on Facebook or phone 0458888359
Three Car Collision in Rylstone
Louee Street Rylstone was closed for thirty minutes last Thursday morning. A turning vehicle collided with another car which cannoned into a parked car. The ambulance was needed to attend the shaken drivers and the police were needed to help with traffic control and clear the accident scene. With minor repairs the vehicles were able to be driven away.
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