PICNIC TIME: Kindy kids Eamon Walsh, Lachlan Fritz, Riley Locke, Mackenzie Fritz, and Men’s Shed treasurer John Wode and member Damien Wode with the kindergarten’s new picnic table.
PICNIC TIME: Kindy kids Eamon Walsh, Lachlan Fritz, Riley Locke, Mackenzie Fritz, and Men’s Shed treasurer John Wode and member Damien Wode with the kindergarten’s new picnic table. Georja Ryan

Table given second life

THE Warwick Men's Shed crew has been at it again, this time creating a picnic table for the Warwick Community Kindergarten on Dragon St.

Parents and their children can now perch at the glossy table at pick-up time, and have an afternoon snack before heading home.

Kindy gardening co-ordinator Lisa Walsh said she was thrilled to have the new addition to the garden and couldn't thank the Men's Shed enough.

"It's fantastic," Mrs Walsh said.

"It serves a purpose and is a huge benefit."

The table was donated to the Men's Shed, old and tired, but soon the woodcrafters rejuvenated it and gave it a new lease of life.

Men's Shed treasurer John Wode said it was important people kept donating old furniture, so they could restore it and give it back to community groups who needed it most.

"Our main goal is to do community projects for community groups like this," Mr Wode said.



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