IT IS the little yellow or red book many of us cannot live without and the time has come around again for a new and improved copy of the “good, old” Tenterfield phonebook to be put together.
The Quota club of Tenterfield is putting out the call for new numbers and advertisers who want to be included in the latest book.
“My copy is looking a bit worse for wear, a bit dog-eared you know so I thought it was about time we brought out another one,” Quota president Val Gardiner said.
Mrs Gardiner is pictured far left, with fellow Quotarian Faye McCowen.
The club has been producing the phonebook for the residents of Tenterfield, Wallangarra, Jennings and Drake every two to three years and this latest copy will be the group’s eighth edition.
“We want new residents or people with new numbers or businesses to get in touch with us,” Mrs McCowen said.
“A lot of people have mobile numbers these days and they may want to include those but they need to let us know so we can include it.”
Mrs McCowen said the book was also a great advertising opportunity for local businesses, new and old, who want to get their name out to the community.
Advertisers have until May 1 to get in touch with a representative of Quota about their business information and contact details.
Quota has also organised a box to be set-up at Sullivan’s Newsagency in Rouse Street where people can drop in their name, address and contact details so it is included.
In the coming weeks the club will also set up a street stall on the main street where people can drop off their information.
All the money raised from the phonebook project goes towards scholarships and the biennial Eisteddfod put on by Quota at the School of Arts