Welcome to the May edition of The Waterline News. Once again space has become my enemy, as the number of contributions continues to grow along with our distribution growth, and our increased readership. This is all great, however, I must apologise to those contributors who have missed out, we will make these priority for the June issue. Again my plea on the deadline went largely ignored, but I did put it down to the Anzac Day long weekend and am looking forward to receiving all of your submissions prior to the last day of this month for the June issue. Particular thanks for this issue go to Geoffrey Ellis for his front page special history story, and part time Grantville resident Dr. Jane Hendtlass for her two part history special, Family Search which concludes this month, on page 14, although I think there could be more to come from this story as we continue to search for the rightful owners of the Dead Man’s Penny. Quite a few new Community notices as well this month, which is always good to see. The Waterline News is a community magazine, produced independently for your community.If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, maybe sponsor a page or a segment, or become a listed sponsor, send us an email or use our feedback form.
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