THROWBACK THURSDAY: February 6-12, 1997 Feb. 6, 2014, 6 a.m. Take a trip down memory lane on the Border in the week that was from 1997. THROWBACK THURSDAY: February 6-12, 1997 Kali Bouquet, 3, pictured with her Grandma's greyhound, 'Action Ivy' , at the Albury Coursing Club. Picture: ALEX MASSEYGary Arnold and Chris Dimatina from the Wodonga Council, pictured at the Wodonga Tip. Picture: ALEX MASSEYWalbundrie football players at the club's family day at Lake Hume. Picture: PETER BATSONCraig O'Shannessy gets in some practice before the club championships at the Wodonga tennis centre. Picture: RAY HUNTTavern Bulldogs players Cameron Bakes, Brian Curphey, Des Sheather and Merv King. Picture: SIMON DALLINGERThe paddlesteamer Cumberoona heads down the Murray River. Festival of Sport award winner Rebekah Keat gets a congratulatory kiss from her mother Ruth. Picture: RAY HUNTMarlee Barber, 3, from Walla was not sure of what to make of this, so she took a picture of it! Picture: SIMON DALLINGERSmallbore shooter Tim Lowndes at the Albury range. Picture: RAY HUNTWarming up for the 5km finals at Wodonga athletics club are Peter Maddison, Jason Rees, Dave Holland and Tim Credlin. Picture: RAY HUNTNew Albury-Wodonga Bandits import Ryan Pepper arrives at Albury airport. Picture: ALEX MASSEYManager for Southern NSW State and Regional Development Jim Grant says mobile phone reception needs to be improved. Picture: PETER BATSONPatrons enjoying a summer evening at Albury's Noreuil Park. Picture: PETER BATSONPatrons enjoying a summer evening at Albury's Noreuil Park. Picture: PETER BATSONPatrons enjoying a summer evening at Albury's Noreuil Park. Picture: PETER BATSONMary and Bert Fletcher, Win Brown, Sheila Townsend and Ruth Wynter enjoying a summer evening at Albury's Noreuil Park. Picture: PETER BATSONAlan and Rob Murray enjoying some cricket at Albury's Noreuil Park. Picture: PETER BATSONMichael Neville and daughter Meg, 12 days old, at Noreuil Park, Albury. Picture: PETER BATSONBetty Kamevaar takes a quick dip at Albury's Noreuil Park. Picture: PETER BATSONCommentator Bill Lawry and cricketer Kelvin Williams at Albury's SS&A Club. Picture: SIMON DALLINGERFestival of Sport young achiever winner Rebekah Keat receives her award from Rosalie Martin. Picture: RAY HUNTWaterskier Cassandra Johnson is inducted into Festival of Sport hall of fame by Cr Patricia Gould. Picture: RAY HUNTFestival of Sport young achiever award nominee Lauren Jackson. Picture: RAY HUNTGerogery farmer Evan Moll. Picture: SIMON DALLINGERJenny Karlsson, 16, with her horse, Rocky with Sarah Halpin, 16, of Albury, with her horse, Blackjack. The girls and their horses come down to Noreuil Park every day for a swim. Picture: ALEX MASSEYL-R: Bill Hill, from Mollyullah and Bill Hill, from Warrenbayne ahead of local government elections. Picture: ALEX MASSEYVanessa Truong, pictured with daughter Kristal, 4, is against the proposed work for the dole scheme. Picture: PETER BATSONMrs Joan Parker and her guide dog. Picture: SIMON DALLINGER1997 Dash for Cash men’s winner, Scott Jackson, of Melbourne and open women’s winner Tania-Saree Warrick, also from Melbourne. Picture: PETER BATSONThe field takes off in the Dash for Cash. Picture: PETER BATSONRoofing contractor Chris Sedgwick enjoys his morning tea break on the only seat still in the house. Picture: SIMON DALLINGERNight shot of the Lincoln Causeway. Picture: SIMON O'DWYERMatthew, 4, and Sarah, 6 months, Winnel with their mum Lyn. They’re involved in the little champ of the year SIDS baby show. Picture: PETER BATSONJohn Walsmley, director of Boonoke, outside the shearing shed. Picture: PETER BATSONNorth Melbourne Giants coach Brett Brown directs his players during training at the Albury Sports Stadium. Picture: RAY HUNTTweetFacebook of ╳exitClick or flick across for more pictures from this week in 1997.