THE National Party held a public forum at the Oberon Golf Club on August 28 as part of a move to increase interaction with Oberon locals and revitalise the Oberon Branch.
The event was enhanced by the attendance of Andrew Gee, federal Member for Calare and Assistant Minister to Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, and Paul Toole, the state Member for Bathurst and Minister for Regional Transport and Roads.
Under moderator for the evening, Peter Pilbeam, the chair of the Nationals' Calare Electorate Council, both members took a wide variety of questions and spoke on current issues which culminated in an informative, enjoyable and beneficial evening for all involved.
The first meeting of the renewed Oberon Branch will be held at 6pm on October 28 at the Oberon Golf Club.
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