Dear Beagle Editor,
I am sure there are many residents in Tuross Head who would like to wish the best to Ann Sudmalis who has been our Federal MP since 2013. She was re-elected in 2016 to represent our community at a Federal level.
Ann has lobbied hard and arranged funding for many projects for her electorate but I think in recent times our local community really appreciates the delivery of the associated road works at the Tuross Head Princess Highway turn off, unofficially referred by some as "Ann's Corner".
Caution is still needed at the intersection, but that applies to all locations when driving. The highway intersection improvement/parking/bus bay have been a significant improvement as the intersection was of considerable concern to the Tuross community/visitors for many years!!
Well done to all Agencies and those involved in the construction I say!
Recently Ann and I caught up for a coffee! Her objective, which was a great surprise!, was to present to the Tuross Head Fishing Club (THFC) a signed book about the" Australian War Memorial - Treasures from a Century of Collections". The THFC President - Scott Paul - who was at Cootamundra on family business at the time has now been presented with the book for all those interested to read!
Ann decided to make this surprise presentation as she had noticed over many years that the THFC continues to volunteer every Anzac Day to prepare breakfast which is served at the Tuross Head Country Club after the Tuross Head dawn service in Memorial Park.
Good luck to Ann on her future adventures from THFC.
Max Castle THFC - LM
Above: Federal Member for Gilmore, Ann Sudmalis with Max Castle