Week that was around the region | July 14 14 Jul 2017, 11:47 a.m. What happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery. Week that was around the region | July 14 COWRA: The kids in the Tuesday group had a fantastic time at the RAFCA school holiday workshop held at the Cowra Aquatic Centre.BATHURST: Acting Superintendent Glenn Cogdell with firearms and ammunition handed in to Chifley local area command police as part of a national amnesty.NARROMINE: Police are investigating after a vehicle collided with a bin on Dandaloo Street, Narromine late on Thursday evening.ORANGE: Member for Orange Phil Donato has welcomed news of $2.8 million in state government funds for social housing in the Orange electorate.BATHURST: Eglinton Public School's parents and students want land to be available in the future for the school to expand. Photo: PHIL BLATCHGRENFELL: Grenfell postman, Peter Lotherington, has retired after 26½ years on the job. He is pictured with Allison Miles (Peter's daughter), Graham Abbott, Peter, Andrew Lotherington (son), Rebecca Knight (daughter) and Gary Lotherington.MUDGEE: Maureen Wright of the Mudgee Bridge Club has obtained one of the game's highest rankings.FORBES: Sam and Rachelle Hornery, Greg and Jodi Adams - the Godparents with Cath and Dave Welsh and baby Clara and Rev'd Joy Harris. NYNGAN: Glen Neill (Nyngan Tigers), Wendy Beetson (Ability Links) and Wayne Wigham (Black Dog Institute). Photo: SUPPLIEDWELLINGTON: Paul West and Lennox (3) celebrated the graduation of 71 custodial officers for Corrective Services NSW. Photo: Elouise Hawkey. ORANGE: Orange U3A's Cecily Butcher says the Wiradjuri word for 'meeting place' will suit the Orange Senior Citizens and Pensioners Centre.ORANGE: Push for Palliative Care workers Jenny Hazelton, John McDonogh and Tracy Wilkinson. Photo: JUDE KEOGH BLAYNEY: Brad Ingham has been selected for the Australian Skillaroos to compete at the WorldSkills event in Abu Dhabi.YOUNG: Organisers for the beyondblue and Love Your Sister events Sally Fitzalan, Tanya Fulton, Nikki Simpson Baker and Lucy Collingridge.PARKES: Practice Manager Cheryl McConnell, Dr Kerrie Stewart and nurse Caroline Kennedy were thrilled to hear Ochre Health Medical Centre in Parkes will be receiving $80,000 in Federal Government funding. Photo by Barbara Watt.LITHGOW: Ron McNair and Michael Wilson of Lithgow State Mine Railway and COC Limited in front of the currently delapidated Eskbank station. Picture: HOSEA LUY COWRA: Blair Gough (left) performs for a patient in hospital. Blair has been busy training with Arts Outwest to become a musician in hospitals.OBERON: Healthy Harold visited St Joseph's School in Oberon recently.DUBBO: Taronga Western Plains Zoo interim director Nick Boyle views exhibit works with Kathleen Oke. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE DUBBO: Support is flowing for the Dubbo Branch of the Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA) as it begins its campaign for a significant upgrade to its headquarters. Pictured are Neil Sturrock and David Chenhall. ORANGE: Mathew McKenna and adjudicator Joe Cummins practise the endgame while Andrew Schumann, Archie Casey and Abel Alexander watch. DUBBO: Dubbo College Senior Campus deputy principal Marisha Blanco conducts a tutorial for Year 12 students keen to do their best in trial HSC examinations. YOUNG: Local performer Vicki Walsh played a low-key acoustic show at the Young Library last Friday. Picture: Craig Thomson.LITHGOW: Senior Constable Roger Taig (right) with Senior Constable James McMillan at ANZAC DAY celebrations in Wallerawang earlier this year. Picture: HOSEA LUYORANGE: After 45 years at Baldock Stacy and Niven Solicitors, legal secretary Sharon Hill is set to put her feet up in retirement. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA DUBBO: Dr David Gillespie, pictured in Dubbo earlier this year, has announced $13 million will be spent on selected GP facilities to enable more training of staff. DUBBO: Lifeline Central West gambling help counsellor Warwick Harrison is ready to assist people struggling with gambling. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE BATHURST: Cancer sufferer Toney Fitzgerald says he has been left with no other options than to illegally source medicinal cannabis oil. Photo: PHIL BLATCHBATHURST: MacKillop College science teacher Michael Croucher wants to spread the word about the danger of undiagnosed diabetes. BATHURST: Bathurst City Chic store manager Kerrie Milton with a dress from the retailer's extensive range of women's formal wear. Photo: NADINE MORTONTweetFacebook of ╳exitWhat happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery.