Myall Coast residents share New Year’s resolutions MidCoast LGA (overall news) Myall Coast News by News Of The Area - Modern Media - January 3, 2018 Madisson Callaghan-MoranteHawks Nest My biggest achievements in 2017 were raising over $1,000 for kid’s cancer research and completing 13 years of school. My New Year’s resolution is to travel as much as I can, raise more money for charity and live life to the fullest. Modern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more efficient way to advertise. Reach a HUGE audience for a LOW price TODAY! Call us on 02 4983 2134. Or [email protected] Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Jessica HarrisMyall Coast Chamber of Commerce The best things about 2017 we’re expanding our business into the Myall Lakes and enjoying time on the water with my daughter. My New Year’s resolution is to be more thoughtful in how I use my time as I am always running around. Cr David WestMidCoast Mayor What a great year it has been and we are looking forward to building on the work achieved in 2017. Together with my fellow Councillors we will be out and about in the new year, talking with people across the community to identify our priorities for the future. We encourage you to come along, have a chat and let us hear your thoughts. Wishing everyone a happy healthy 2018. Fay CollinsBulahdelah In the New Year, I hope to enjoy life as much as I did in 2017. I plan to get out as much as I can and continue to enjoy a drink at the club with my son. Trevor BesttBulahdelah The best thing about 2017 was enjoying the social aspects of our beautiful town. My New Year’s resolution is to lift my involvement in trail bike riding through the forests. Tim ToTea Gardens Turning 18 and finally being able to vote and have a say in who will represent us was one of the best things about 2017. My New Year’s resolution is to make even more friends, it is always good to have lots. I also hope to spend less and save more. Cr Katheryn SmithMidCoast Deputy Mayor The best thing about 2017 was definitely finding out I was elected onto Council. It was reassuring that an average person can be elected without political party, donations or a large campaign budget. For the New Year, I am looking forward to accomplishing my short-medium term goals within Council while being a mum and supporting the kids. Noreen RelfBulahdelah The best things about 2017 were turning 91 and continuing to enjoy a long and happy life. My New Year’s resolution is to win more at Bingo. I wish everyone a very happy and successful 2018. Megan MarkhamTea Gardens Getting accepted to study a Bachelor of Animal Science at the University of New England was a great end to 2017. My goals for 2018 include travelling as much as I can and succeeding with my studies. Les SmithTea Gardens The best things about 2017 were opening my own business and getting ready for a busy tourist season. As I am busy most of the time, my New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with my family. Phillis HaynesBulahdelah Every year is different, so my New Year’s resolution is to just go with the flow. I hope everyone achieves their goals in 2018 and enjoys good health and happiness. Leah SlockeeKaruah A highlight of 2017 was the victory for equality with same-sex marriage being made legal and my greatest achievement was finishing Year 12 and graduating in front of my family. My New Year’s resolution is to be healthier and fitter, and to stick with it. Tom LockeBulahdelah The best part of 2017 was getting my licence and becoming more independent. My New Year’s resolution is to walk more, survive university and love life. Marie KellyMarkwell Continuing to enjoy good health was one of the best things about 2017. My New Year’s resolution is to get as much out of life as possible. Happy New Year.