Stephanie McDonald and Margo Marchbank from Resilience Inc presented a donation to Cooma Community Garden, accepted by Hazel Mackenzie-Kaye, at Cooma Uniting Church Fete.
Joyce Ford enjoyed having her hands massaged with special creams from New Zealand by her son David at the Uniting Church Fete.
President of the Cooma Garden Club Lynn Last launched the Cold Climate Vegetable Planting Guide in the Community Garden.
Fay Fox and Denise Griffiths had a green-thumb discussion at the plant stall at the Uniting Church Fete.
Enjoying lunch and a chat at the nurses lunch at the Ex-Services Club were Therese Ferguson, Edith Mayhew and Anne Miners.
Monika Giger toasted her friendship with Pat Lund, Anne Norton and Antje Badger, the current Health Services Manager. It's an annual tradition - a social lunch for the old, retired and those still working as nurses in the Cooma area. On Saturday, 35 attended to catch up and reminisce.
The Salvation Army held a fundraiser on Saturday to support its mission in Papua New Guinea with various stalls at its Cooma headquarters.
Anita Jaatine, visiting from Finland, and her friend Mirja Roti from Anglers Reach found some treasures at the craft stall, served by Nancy Bowden and Joy Adams.
There was plenty of activity at the weekend with the Salvation Army fundraiser, the Uniting Church Fete and a special get-together lunch for nurses at the Ex-Services Club.