UPGRADE: Orange Tenpin Bowling’s Aldo Belmonte said planned upgrades would be Australian first.
Change is coming to Orange Tenpin Bowl, with a fresh lick of paint already on the walls, owner Aldo Belmonte is promising residents “won’t recognise it”. “A step will be removed and the floor will be raised to allow better access for people with disabilities,” Mr Belmonte said. As well as a new floor, the alley will be outfitted with new furniture and a new mechanical system. Mr Belmonte said the new equipment would be an Australian first with action replays and a new lighting system to be installed. Work won’t begin until competitions have finished, with four lanes to be upgraded at a time.
Ready to learn Skillset’s Skills4Trade graduates, Jack Taprell, Matthew Britt, Kyle Orringe, Joshua Trail, Lachlan McHatton, Christopher Radburn, Jake Griffiths and Zachary Hoolahan. Absent: Slash Merritt, Clayton Collins and Henry Welsh. Photo: CONTRIBUTED
Eleven Orange apprentices have graduate from Skillset’s Skills4Trade program. The apprentices have finished their TAFE training and have begun placements with local businesses. The Skills4Trade program is supported by the state and federal governments with the aim to support young people’s transition into work. Another Skills4Trade program will begin in February, with an information session to be held on Wednesday, December 14, from 3pm to 4pm and on January 18. Participants are encouraged to register by calling Sarah Turner on 0428 292 869.
Orange Garden to close NEW BEGINNING: Ann Fuller said the Orange Garden on Lords would close on December 15. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA
The Orange Garden on Lords will close for the final time at 5pm on Thursday, December 15. Owner Ann Fuller she had had a marvelous time for seven years. “I’ve had great support from the community for the past seven years, I had wonderful customers and absolutely fantastic staff and a great experience,” Mrs Fuller said. Everything that customers can see in the shop is for sale, “I’m open to all offers,” Mrs Fuller said. The business originally started as The Complete Garden.
Perfect fit for new ownersFitness Perfection has new owners, with Kim and Nick Gray taking over from Paul Davidson. Mr Gray said the gym was one of the longest running in the Central West. “We wanted to keep the business going, it has massive potential,” he said. Mr Gray said he was bringing a fresh approach. “Changes will be for the better and from member’s feedback,” he said. He said he wanted to focus on the Health and Fitness Club aspect of the gym and potentially expand its services for members.
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