Week that was around the region | August 18 18 Aug 2017, 12:10 p.m. What happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery. Week that was around the region | August 18 ORANGE: Curator of the Images of the King exhibition Adam Nicholson at the Ophir Tavern which will run until August 20. Photo: JUDE KEOGH PARKES: SES volunteer Steve Cornish, paramedic Nigel Thomas and 'car crash victim' Maddison Collitis will be among those at rehearsals for the mock car crash demonstration in Parkes at the PCYC. The final rehearsal is open to the public. DUBBO: Wirrimbirra Gabanma-Li Jaanyimba taught traditional dances to the preschool students at the picnic. Photo: BELINDA SOOLEORANGE: Janelle Baylis and Stephen Nugent outside a Summer Street East house they said had been vacant for some time. Photo: JUDE KEOGH DUBBO: Eight-year-old Darcy O'Leary and ten-year-old Billy Milton attempted the record with Sarah Tilbrook. Photo: BELINDA SOOLEBATHURST: Earl Bathurst, Andy Lennard of the Cirencester Community Development Trust and Cr Mark Harris of Cirencester Town Council with a giant postcard which will be sent to Bathurst.MUDGEE: Mid-Western Regional Council mayor Des Kennedy; Gulgong Station Commander Paul Cavalier; Minister for Emergency Services and Member for Dubbo Troy Grant; FRNSW Commissioner Paul Baxter QSO at the opening of the Gulgong Fire Station. FORBES: Georgia Cole, Laura Vonthien, Marno Van Coller, Melandri Van Coller and Kirby Maslin.MUDGEE: Kosta Zagas meets Buster the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who found him when he was lost for two nights and a day in 2013.BATHURST: Keppel Street resident Jon Clipsham (front) and his neighbours who opposed a planned development near their homes. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKDUBBO: Clara Cubby said she could become homeless again because Orana Support Services is trying to evict her from one of their properties. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE DUBBO: South Ward candidate Kevin Parker has been forced to use a different name in the upcoming local government election and he fears it will cost him votes.YOUNG: Bev Walker has created this sculpture from a piano for the Murringo Community Association. Photo: Tricia Mack.YOUNG: Young Theatre Company's last production of Calendar Girls was a big hit as this year's no doubt will be too.BATHURST: Denise Harisson, Fiona Mundey, with Col and Katie Cracknell, holding their lanterns. Photo:CHRIS SEABROOK FORBES: A home and its contents have been destroyed by fire in Forbes ORANGE: Sergeant Greg Payne hands over spare boots to help city's homeless to Mission Australia case workers Jess Wright (left) and Kelsey Lew. Photo: JUDE KEOGHLITHGOW: Michael Paag, transport advocated and convenor of the Blackheath Highway Action Group with commuters Heather Pye, Kathy Butler, and Gary Butler.NYNGAN: Bogan Shire Council staff Robert Gudgeon, Michelle Blake, Mark Jenkins and Jack Jeffery with the new bin at Rotary Park which will show people how much rubbish has ben left around the riverbed. COWRA: Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party members Phil Donato, John Townsend and Robert Borsak have been visiting centres in the Cootamundra electorate this week.LITHGOW: Rylstone and Bogee have turned into the region’s very own Hollywood as it hosts ‘The Pitch’, a movie starring Andy McPhee, of Wolf Creek and Animal Kingdom fame, and Benita Collings, former host of Play School and movies such as the Knowing alongside Nicholas Cage.ORANGE: Steve Hamson (third from right) thanks doctor Ruth Arnold, registered nurses Sandi McAtamney and Kerry Porter, surgeon Dr David Amos, registered nurse Andy Nelson and nurse unit manager Kath McMaster at Orange Health Service. Missing registered nurse Maudy Lawrence. Photo: JUDE KEOGH DUBBO: Dubbo MP Troy Grant, NSW Trainlink chief Pete Allaway, Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Dubbo Regional Council administrator Michael Kneipp at Dubbo.FORBES: Naiqama was captured giving Danielle his jersey and a hug in a heartwarming post-match gesture last Sunday. BATHURST: Rugby Union Cricket Club president Richard Newell was shocked to see a car burnt out at Brooke Moore Oval. Photos: RACHEL FERRETTCANOWINDRA: He was a “dignitary, character, car dealer and car enthusiast”. Canowindra’s Charlie McCarron has passed away DUBBO: Competitors were challenged by tough terrain as they competed in the weekend's rock crawling championships. Photo: ELOUISE HAWKEY LITHGOW: Finn Marjoram, Cooper Northey and Harry Osborne from St Patrick's year 5 class who are about to begin a history unit on colonial settlers. BATHURST: Oxford Hotel's Ash Lyons will replace Bistro Piper with a Texas barbecue and southern dining restaurant. Photo: MATT WATSONBATHURST: Town and Country Rural Supplies’ Corey Tubnor and Chris Arrow, with calcium molasses which provides the appropriate nutrients that cows lack when there is a lack of grass. Photo: BRADLEY JURDCANOWINDRA: St Edwards P&F are so excited to be hosting Canowindra's first ever Colour Ninja Run on October 14.RURAL: Chelsea and Molly Peacock with the Junior Champion Heifer, and Reserve Senior Champion Heifer at Ekka. Photo: Kate Loudon. GRENFELL: Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson and NSW Minister for Roads Melinda Pavey with Young's Rotary Youth Director Frank Lincoln and Young's Adam Peddie, 20, at the Rotary driving simulator in Young this week. RURAL: 2016 judges Andrew Locke and Nick O'Leary. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKYOUNG: Hilltops Council general manager Anthony McMahon will leave his fate in the hands of newly elected Councillors. Picture: Craig Thomson.BLAYNEY: Geoff Braddon at his final council meeting with David Kingham, Allan Ewin, Scott Ferguson and departing councillors, Shane Oates and Kevin Radburn.BLAYNEY: Bakers Matthew Hutchison, Thomas Elkins and Norton Ellis celebrate their victories at the baking show. Photo: Supplied OBERON: Oberon High School achievers Amy Selvage, Benjamin Maguire, Lachie Gibbs and Brooke Stanton. Students were recognised at a special Commendation Assembly this weekNARROMINE: The Bowling Club was jam packed on Tuesday for the annual Trivia at the Bowly. This month the town was raising money for the local schools. Each school received $440. The team from the Narromine pre-school are still smiling even though they got last place. WELLINGTON: An exhibition telling the history of Wellington from the perspective of its Indigenous people will go on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. 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