May 22 2014 - 4:30AM GALLERY: Throwback Thursday - May 21, 2004 Throwback GalleriesfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments GALLERY: Throwback Thursday - May 21, 2004 Purnim's St Marcellus Primary School grade one to four students working on one of the school's garden beds.Scott Buck, 23, from Warrnambool looking through the smashed back window of his 1997 VS Esteem, which was stolen in Warrnambool and driven to Ballarat before being dumped.Suzy Millard holding German Shepard named Cougar, Jessica Gardiner, 11 holding Shih Tzu Maggie, and Shannon Millard, 13, with her Great Dane Mia before the RSPCA Million Paws walk along the Warrnambool foreshore. Sharp aviation chief pilot Paul Beattie and co-pilot Emily Williams, after the return flight from Essendon to Warrnambool.South Rovers vs East Warrnambool at the Walter Oval.Warrnambool football umpires Arno Pennings and his brother Tony have both umpired 500 games each. Sydney artist Deirdre Brennan with a large piece titled 'The Domestic' in her Stranger exhibition at the Warrnambool Art Gallery.Sophie Hocking, 9, Cale Hardcastle, 6, Liam Boyle, 5, Thomas Heaysman, 5, and Michael Williams, 10, attacking art specialist teacher Raff Marino, dressed as a sumo wrestler, as part of Japanese Cultural Day.Warrnambool Primary School pupils Erica Robinson, 9, and brother Oscar, 11, won their races at the primary school cross country at Albert Park.Jock Boydle has worked as trustee at Terang Cemertary.Leanne Atkinson, Tricia Grey. Sue Wicks, Mary Sexton, Barrie Baker, Gary Lucas, Gloria Falla, Denise Barton and Lisa Vale at the official opening of the Whitehead Court WAVE community house. Pizza Haven manager/owner Clayton Lanigan.Winners of District final of Rostrum Voice of Youth, senior Gavin Ballard, 17, from Warrnambool College and junior Jacki McLeod, 13, from King's College.Victorian Secondary schools' sports association, locals selected for the swimming team. State Minister for Sport and Recreation Justin Madden, in Camperdown to announce funding for the sports stadium, pictured with some happy locals on the development site beside the showgrounds.Caramut Road Car Sales owner Garry Ryan looking at the damage vandals caused.South Rovers vs East Warrnambool.Warrnambool Wolves vs Deakin Uni Geelong at Harris Street Reserve.St Johns Primary School, grade 2/3 students, from left: Harry Twyford, 7, Kelly Jewell, 9, Madeleine McLeod, 8, and Jyl Wright, 8, Thomas Moloney, 8, and Johanna Serra, 7, discussing the human body.Warrnambool Ratepayers Association member Wes Taylor complaining that the Coles Carpark will be free while Ozone and Parkers carparks will have fees.2004 Warrnambool Surf Life Saving Club president John Duffield.Beauty therapist Amy Cook massaging a client at Logans Beach Day Spa. Aquazone administration co-ordinator Angela Griffin, with Geraldine Melican from Wangoom, who won a three month Aquazone membership, and Warrnambool Donor Centre team leader Ann Barker.Camperdown footballer Jarryd Morhouse, 18, at Leura Oval.Warrnambool Golf Club's new golf course superintendent David Mason with club committee member Pat Gleeson. Margaret Jasen of Noorat - editor of the Pioneers Register Warrnambool, Township and Shire, 1839-1900.New apprenticeship centre staff.TweetFacebook of facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "GALLERY: Throwback Thursday - May 21, 2004" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.