May 16 2014 - 3:26PM Photos of the week - May 16 facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Photos of the week - May 16 Terang Fitness Centre runners gather together at the end of the Mother's Day Classic in Warrnambool. Picture: ROB GUNSTONESai'Quon Stone dribbles through defender Kane McNamara. Picture: AARON SAWALLJacqui Lumsden, as Snoopy, and Phil Dennis, as Charlie Brown, will be hitting the stage in the Warrnambool Theatre Company production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown". Picture: ROB GUNSTONEPort Fairy coach Sam Rudolph led the Seagulls to another win last weekend. Picture: AARON SAWALLKolora Noorat's Timothy Attrill touches the ball for a behind watched by goal umpire Locky Eccles. Picture: DAMIAN WHITESkilled Migration Program workers from the Philippines Lloyd Gragasin (on left) and Leo Caculitan (on right), with Tyrendarra dairy farm owners (centre l-r) Bruce Knowles and Martin Knowles. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEKoroit centre Kate Dobson directs her forwards to move. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEZac Norton, 10 of Warrnambool, crosses the finish line in first place, in the Warrnambool Athletics Club winter series handicap fun run. Picture: ROB GUNSTONERussells Creek coach Jay Everall and players from senior and reserves teams. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTPremier Denis Napthine sits in the back of driver Darryl Williams' taxi, at the announcement of the redevelopment of the Gillies Street taxi rank in Warrnambool. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEMaggie Johnstone, 6, Country Basketball manager David Huxtable and Joshua Rodgers, 5, outside The Arc where Basketball Victoria are bringing 120 children to Warrnambool for U/12 Basketball Jamboree. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTSouthwest Health Centre community health nurse Laura Main, Dr Kate Carrison, and Brauer College health coordinator Julie Roberts are running a pilot program aimed at year nine students, called Docs and Teens. Picture: ROB GUNSTONECamperdown College year eight students Sophie Sumner, 13, Paddy Mitchell, 14, Tom Gough, 14, and Bernadette Bellman, 13, using a computer router for design class. Picture: DAMIAN WHITELocal students are taking part in Change It Up, looking for ideas to change their communities, including Erin McGuigan, 13, from Mortlake College, Chloe Buck, 15, from Timboon P12 College and Taylah Keay, 14, from Brauer College. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEEKB Fitness aerobics coach Emma Bellman with her new teammates Sophie Bellman and Aylish Auchettl, at the St John's Presbyterian church hall. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool Wolves president Carlos del Rio celebrates the newly installed lights at the Harris Street Reserve. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEEmily Gee, 3, from Garvoc at Lake Pertrobe. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONJim Ewing and Lenny Clarke are old mates (and sparring partners in the boxing ring) who have reteamed to make a short film they hope to screen at Tropfest. Pcture: ANGELA MILNEWest Warrnambool Primary School science student Rehn Laidlaw. Picture: AARON SAWALLPort Fairy Marine Rescue are concerned about funding in the future, including Howard Willoughby and Jock Bromell. Picture: AARON SAWALLBreastfeeding mother Nicole Maddern, Sullivan Maddern, five months, Bella Leonard, nine months, and Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre committee member Liz Leonard, all of Warrnambool, in the Liebig Street shopfront that will become the new Warrnambool Breastfeeding Centre. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEWarrnambool mayor Michael Neoh with new Warrnambool youth mayor Declan Primmer, 16, from Warrnambool College. Picture: DAMIAN WHITELee Sherples and John Lembo in the Warrnambool Rangers clash with Vic Park at St Jones Oval. Picture: AARON SAWALLClara Box, riding CHan, clears an obstacle in the show jumping ring. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEStaff have taken over the management of the Community College Warrnambool Hyland Street, including Ruth Hughan, Anne-Maree Maguire, Ian Carter, Debra Dumesny, Jill Carter, Bob Thomas, Lorraine de Kok, and Bill Owens. Picture: ANGELA MILNETweetFacebook of facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "Photos of the week - May 16" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.