Welcome to this edition of my Community Newsletter.
In recent weeks I have:
Announced $750,000 in Federal funding to improve lighting at local Football grounds
Welcomed progress on the construction of the roundabout at the intersection of Beaconsfield Street and Victoria Street in Revesby
Announced $250,000 in Federal funding for Kogarah Community Services
My door is always open. I'm ready to have a chat and to discuss any issues you would like to raise. Please get in touch on the contact details at the bottom of this newsletter.
David Coleman MP Federal Member for Banks
OUT AND ABOUT IN BANKS
David has been meeting with residents across the electorate.
Visited Allawah Shopping Village
Met with local commuters at Allawah Train Station
Met with local commuters at Carlton Train Station
Visited Hurstville shops
Attended the Red Sugar Art Centre Presentation afternoon to present the Banks Art Awards
Attended the St George Sports Stars Breakfast at Hurstville Oval
Announced $250,000 in Federal funding for Kogarah Community Services with Minister Paul Fletcher
Announced employment program funding at St George TAFE with Minister Paul Fletcher
Visited Mortdale Shopping Village
Attended the 95th Annual General Meeting of the Mortdale Girl Guides District
Met with local commuters at Mortdale Train Station
Attended the 100th Anniversary and ANZAC smoko at Mortdale RSL Club
Attended the Mortdale RSL Sub-branch ANZAC Sunday Service at Mortdale Memorial Park
Attended the St George Masonic Club ANZAC Commemoration evening
Met with local commuters at Narwee Train Station
Met with Oatley FC at Renown Park
Met with local commuters at Oatley Train Station
Visited the Oatley Heritage at Historical Society at Oatley RSL Club
Met with local commuters at Panania Train Station
Attended the Panania RSL Sub-Branch ANZAC Memorial Service at Panania Diggers Club
Met with local commuters at Padstow Train Station
Visited Peakhurst Shopping Village
Presented the Banks Outstanding Sporting Achievement Awards at the Penshurst RSL Youth Swim Club presentation evening
Visited Penshurst Shopping Village
Met with local commuters at Penshurst Train Station
Attended the combined Penshurst, Mortdale and Oatley Sub-Branches Dawn Service at Penshurst War Memorial
Visited 3 Bridges Community Centre with Minister Paul Fletcher
Attended the Picnic Point High School ANZAC Ceremony
Visited Picnic Point Bowling Club
Visited Picnic Point Boat Ramp with Assistant Minister Richard Colbeck and announced the Government's plan on recreational fishing
Met with local commuters at Revesby Train Station
Met with the Revesby Action Group
Held an afternoon tea for the Local Sporting Champions Grant Recipients
Visited the Revesby Shopping Village
Attended the De La Salle College ANZAC Remembrance Ceremony
Met with local commuters at Riverwood Train Station
Attended the Riverwood Legion Sub-Branch ANZAC Day Service at Riverwood Cenotaph
GOVERNMENT COMMITS $1 MILLION FOR GEORGES RIVER PROJECTS
The Federal Government has comitted to invest a further $1 million towards the restoration of the Georges River catchment.
The project will see the health of the River improved through litter traps, revegetation and weed control as well as allowing for the rehabilitation of key sites.
"The Georges River is one Sydney's iconic waterways, and it crucial that it is kept healthy," David said.
Locations expected to benefit in the area include Yeramba Lagoon in Picnic Point and Salt Pan Creek in Peakhurst, Riverwood and Padstow.
KOGARAH COMMUNITY SERVICES RECEIVE $250,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDING
On Wednesday the 24th April, David and the Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher visited Kogarah Community Services to announce $250,000 in Federal Funding towards an Ageing Intergenerational Community Project.
Kogarah Community Services is a vibrant and diverse Community Services organisation delivering services to the community in the heart of the St George area.
"I am pleased that we have been able to secure funding for such a great community organisation," David said. "The funding will assist in community-based activities that bring together local residents from different generations through numerous activites."
DAVID WELCOMES PROGRESS ON REVESBY ROUNDABOUT AT BEACONSFIELD AND VICTORIA STREET
David has welcomed the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Beaconsfield Street and Victoria Street in Revesby.
The busy intersection has required upgrades for a number of years and this roundabout will help the safety and flow of traffic for local residents.
The roundabout will be useful for parents utlising the nearby roads during morning school drop off and afternoon school pickups.
"This busy intersection has been of concern to many residents in the local area for some time," David said. "I commend Canterbury Bankstown Council for commencing this important work, and I look forward to its completion".
$750,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDING ANNOUNCED TO IMPROVE LIGHTING AT LOCAL SPORTING FIELDS
David has recently announced that the Federal Government has committed to providing $750,000 to improve lighting facilities at a number of sporting fields across the electorate.
The funding boost is set to see improvements at Renown Park in Mortdale, Gannons Park in Peakhurst, Poulton Park in Connells Point, Riverwood Park and Marco Reserve in Panania.
"This funding will not only benefit local sporting teams, but also local residents that utilise our local parks", David said. “It’s really important that lighting is up-to-scratch for local athletes and residents"
“For too long local sporting groups have had to play in poorly-lit conditions,” David said. “Improving lighting standards will enable local sporting teams and residents to make better use of our local parks.”
Local clubs that are expected to benefit from the funding include St Christophers Panania, Oatley Football Club, Connells Point Rovers, Lugarno Football Club and Hurstville Glory Football Club.
RADICAL RIVERWOOD PLAN MUST NOT GO AHEAD
David is continuing to oppose the Development of Riverwood drafted by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services, and discussing the concerns of residents on this important issue.
The Department’s Riverwood Plan will see around 6,000 apartments built in tower blocks up to 20 storeys high, a huge increase in scale. Currently, there are around 1,000 apartments in the same area.
This population increase and the extreme density of housing will permanently change Riverwood and surrounding areas.
“I am strongly opposed to this Plan, which would change the character of Riverwood," David said. "Many residents continue to raise their strong concerns with me on this matter."
"I have previously held a community meeting about the issue, and I will continue to express residents’ opposition to this Plan with the State Government," David said.
"I will be sure to keep the community updated on this matter," David said.
LUGARNO SHOPS TO RECEIVE CCTV CAMERAS
David has announced that the Federal Government has committed $12,000 towards installing CCTV cameras at Chivers Hill shops in Lugarno.
“Many local residents have raised the issue of safety at Lugarno shops with me,” David said. “I’m glad that the Government has committed to tackling this issue through the installation of CCTV cameras.”
“These cameras will play an important role in not only deterring crime, but will also assist in the investigation of potential offenders.”
The Federal Government will work with Georges River Council on the implementation of this project.
BANKS COMMUNITY NOTICE BOARD
If your Community organisation would like an event placed on the Community Noticeboard please contact me.
THE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
The Benevolent Society offers the SaverPlus Program to help people establish good savings habits. Savings of up to $500 are matched dollar for dollar. For more information contact your local Saver Plus Coordinator on 0409 013 183 Mimi Liu, or enquire online at www.saverplus.org.au, call or SMS your name and postcode to 1300 610 355, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Program is funded by ANZ and the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Go towww.dss.gov.au for more information.
BANKSTOWN BUSHLAND SOCIETY
Bankstown Bushland Society formed in 1988 to foster the enjoyment, study and preservation of bushland in Bankstown and the Georges River. Over the years we have conducted many campaigns to save bushland, conducted walking tours and speaker nights, undertaken grant-funded and volunteer bush regeneration projects and advocated for better Tree Preservation policy. To join or support the Society contact The Secretary, Bankstown Bushland Society, c/- PO Box 210 Panania NSW 2213, or visit the BBS websitewww.bankstownbushlandsociety.org
BANKSTOWN BUSHWALKING CLUB
The Club offers a range of bushwalks (from easier ½ day strolls to harder multi-day walks and weekend backpack camping trips), as well as a variety of social activities held in local bushland areas, in the Greater Sydney region, and in surrounding National Parks - Royal, Blue Mountains, Wollemi and further afield.
Members and Visitors are encouraged to attend Club meetings (7:30 pm on the second Monday each month, except Dec and Jan) at Georges Hall Community Centre, 188 Birdwood Road, Georges Hall, NSW. Further information: www.bankstownbushwalkingclub.org.au/. Membership Enquiries: Aidan – email@example.com or 0405 644 757 (text preferred).
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION
CBTA seeks volunteers to help with activities to be undertaken in community tennis administration. If you have computer skills, or love phone contact, CBTA has a job for you. See the CBTA website for more information, or call Adele on 9771 5665. You can also call Paul Burgess on 0414 767 426.
CWA GEORGES RIVER BRANCH
Join a pro-active group of ladies to learn about creative skills such as cooking and handicraft; help to raise funds for medical research, rural assistance and education scholarships and support key issues such as sustainability and the environment.
The Country Women’s Association Georges River Branch meets on the third Saturday of each month (except January) at 1:30 pm in the Sports Room, Mortdale RSL, Mortdale. Find us on Facebook on ‘CWA Georges River Branch’. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discovery Writers meet on the 1st Tuesday of the month (except January) from 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm in the Miles Franklin Room, Hurstville City Library. They provide opportunities for local writers and encourage their projects. For more details contact Margaret on email@example.com.
EAST HILLS MEN'S SHED
The East Hills Men's Shed is open for business from 9am-3pm Mondays and Tuesdays. We are always looking for new members. Come in for a coffee or a chat. For more information, contact Brian Barrett on 0487 700 808.
GRANDVIEWS MEN'S PROBUS CLUB
Meets at Club Grandviews, 821 Forest Road Peakhurst on the first Tuesday of each month @ 9.45am. Probus brings together active retirees to enjoy Tours, Theatre Events, Dining Out plus special interest groups including Golf, Lawn Bowls and Wine tasting.
Each month experienced speakers present a variety of topics. This usually follows morning tea.
To find out more, contact John Taylor 9543 6318.
GRANDPARENTS WHO PARENTS
The Grandparents support group is aimed at those who are formal carers of their grandchildren and other kin-care situations. The group meets on a formal basis each month to provide an opportunity to discuss each other's experiences and to hear from professionals.
The meetings are held at Georges River Life Care on the 2nd Tuesday of each Month at 10am.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
GEORGES RIVER COUNCIL BUSHCARE VOLUNTEERS
Bushcare volunteering sites are located at Evatt Park, Heinrich Reserve, Lime Kiln Bay, Marine Drive Reserve, Moore Reserve, Myles Dunphy North and South, Native Nursery Group, Oatley Park, Oatley Pleasure Grounds, Ogilvy Street, Peakhurst Foreshore, Poulton Park and the Riverwood Wetlands. For more information regarding how to volunteer, including dates and times for certain areas, please contact the Bushcare Office on 9330 6468 or email email@example.com.
HURSTVILLE COMMUNITY GARDEN
Hurstville Community Garden is growing community spirit.
Hurstville City’s community garden is on the corner of Wright and Cross streets, Hurstville and opened in 2007. Hurstville City Council donated the land for the community garden, in a project initiated by former Hurstville Councillor Sandy Grekas. Our garden features a communal area, education area and more than 30 plots, which were allocated to residents through a ballot system when it started. We currently have approximately 50 members from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Our garden is managed by the Hurstville Community Garden Association, comprised of interested community members. Our garden is also a regular venue for sustainability workshops which Council hosts for the community. We grow a variety of vegetables, fruits and herbs - please drop by and visit us! For more information on obtaining a plot at Hurstville Community Garden, email firstname.lastname@example.org
HURSTVILLE CROQUET CLUB
The Hurstville Croquet Club has been operating for over 80 years.
Located at the Cnr of Percival and Cambridge street, Penshurst (Penshurst Park).
Meet Monday to Saturday - 9.45am to commence playing at 10am. There are 3 different games played at Hurstville. Visitors also welcome ($8 per game)
For enquires please contact Charles 9588 5536 or Cheryl on 95701273.
HURSTVILLE SENIORS COMPUTER CLUB
The Computer Club meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 1 pm in the Hurstville Seniors Centre, 91 Queens Road, Hurstville. The Club runs classes and has guest speakers once a month at the General Meeting. New members welcome. The group is currently seeking additional tutors to train seniors in computer literacy. For more information please call 9585 9184.
ILLAWARRA SUBURBS TENNIS ASSOCIATION
Tennis is a great way to get some exercise in both a social and competitive environment. The Illawarra Suburbs Lawn Tennis Association has been running competitions in the area for over 100 years and continues to run competitions for players of all standards every day of the week. Players are welcome to join individually or form a team and join a competition. It's cheap, fun, and a great way to get some fresh air and meet some like-minded friendly people. Check their website for further details. www.stgeorgesutherlandtennis.com.au
LADIES PROBUS CLUB OF HURSTVILLE
The Ladies Probus Club of Hurstville meets on the second Wednesday of each month, except December and January, at 10 am in the Auditorium of Penshurst RSL. The Club welcomes retired and semi-retired ladies to join them for a morning of friendship. Morning tea is provided. Guest speakers and monthly day tours are enjoyed by members. Contact Lyn on 9579 5358 to find out more.
LITTLE WINGS BANKSTOWN
Little Wings at Bankstown are holding an inagural Run the Runway at Bankstown Airport. Run the Runway is an event to raise much needed funds for Little Wings to help support seriously ill children and their families from regional NSW, by providing a safe and professional flight to Children's Hospitals in the city.
Event details as follows:
Date: Sunday 17th March
Time: 6.30am Check In - 7.30am Takeoff
Cost: $75 per adult & $40 per child
Location: Bankstown Airport
LEARNING LINKS PARENTING PROGRAM
Engaging Adolescents is a 3 part parent group to learn a range of strategies to engage with adolescents.
To register contact Learning Links on 8525 8217 or email email@example.com
Date: Thursday 13th, 20th and 27th September 2018. Time: 10.00am to 1.00pm
Cost: $20 (to cover workbook). Address: Corner Oatley Avenue and Hurstville Rd, Oatley
Who can apply: Parents living in Hurstville, Kogarah, Rockdale and Sutherland LGAs
LUGARNO LIONS CLUB
The Lions Club of Lugarno meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at Mortdale RSL 7.00pm. To find out about becoming a member of Lugarno Lions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LUGARNO PROBUS CLUB
The Lugarno Probus Club meets on the second Friday of the month at 10.00a.m. in the Anglican Church Hall 3A Old Forest Road Lugarno. The club welcomes members and visitors to join us in a range of diverse activities such as golf, movies, a book club, dining, craft, walks, theatre and special events. For more information contact lugarnoprobus@ gmail.com or Lyn on 0402 003 814.
LUGARNO PROGRESS ASSOCIATION
The Lugarno Progress Association meets at Grandviews Bowling Club - they meet on the 1st Monday of the month, except public holidays. Meetings commence at 7.00pm. For more informaiton please contact President Liane Lewis on 0432 685 285.
MULGA ROAD BOOKSHOP
Mulga Road Bookshop is a project of the Rotary Club of Hurstville. They sell quality second-hand books from $1 and all proceeds go to local charities. Gift Vouchers are also available to purchase. They are currently raising money for Rotary Kids at Play project in the Children's Ward at St. George Hospital. The Bookshop is located at 89 Mulga Road, Oatley and is open 9-5 Monday to Friday and 10-2 on Saturdays. The shop can be contacted by phone on 8034 6269 or email: email@example.com. They can also be found on Facebook and on their website www.mulgaroadbooks.com.au
OATLEY 101 SOCIETY OF ARTISTS
The Oatley 101 Society of Artists - where artists are dedicated to sharing ideas and experiences and encouraging all aspects of artistic endeavour. There are monthly art demonstrations, workshops, regular classes in oils, acrylics, watercolour and mixed media, a Life Drawing Sketch Group, an active Social Studio Painting Group, an en plein air painting group, plus children's art classes. Visit the website: www.oatley101.com.
OATLEY FLORA AND FAUNA CONSERVATION SOCIETY (OFF)
The primary aims of the Society are to stimulate interest in Australian flora and fauna, foster an understanding of the need to conserve the natural environment and cooperate with other organisations in protecting the environment. OFF is a flourishing local organisation and welcomes new members and visitors. It holds monthly meetings with guest speakers and monthly walks. For more information see the OFF website at off.oatleypark.com.
OATLEY LIONS CLUB
Oatley Lions Club meets each month on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 7:15 pm at Oatley RSL. Dinner meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday and include a guest speaker. Guest speakers are most welcome. For more details contact John on 0412 101 473.
OATLEY WRITERS GROUP
Where: Oatley Library (Letitia Street, Oatley) first Wednesday of each month.
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm
All welcome. Come and share your writings with others. Be inspired.
PANANIA SCOUTING GROUP
The 2nd Panania Scout Group is open to new members from the local area. The group supports activities like Clean Up Australia Day, Earth Day and ANZAC Day, while also hosting youth camps and activities. Joeys, for 6-8-year-olds, is held Tuesdays from 5.30-6.30pm. Cubs, for 8-11-year-olds, is held Tuesdays from 7-8.30pm. Scouts, for 11-15-year-olds, is held Monday from 7-9pm. The groups meet at the Scout Hall on Wilson Street, Panania. For inquiries, contact Lionel on 0417075227.
PANANIA VILLAGE MARKETS
The Rotary Club of Padstow will hold the Panania Village Markets on the second Saturday of each month at Panania Library Park. There are a wide variety of stalls, including homemade food, quality craft and plants. Proceeds from the markets are used to support local and charitable projects. For more information, contact Paul Laverty on 0414 675 736 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PLAYGROUPS NSW - ST GEORGE ZONE
Playgroup is an informal session where mums, dads, grandparents, caregivers, children and babies meet up in a relaxed and friendly environment. The adults stay to interact with other adults and to play with their children. Playgroup NSW is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting families and strengthening local communities through playgroups. To find a friendly Playgroup near you or to get FREE Playgroup NSW membership with lots of great info and offers, visit http://www.playgroupnsw.org.au
PROBUS CLUB OF MORTDALE.
The Probus Club of Mortdale meets the third Wednesday of the month at 10.00am
at Mortdale RSL Club Macquarie Place Mortdale. The Club welcomes new members and visitors to join them for a morning gathering of like minded retirees. Morning tea $4. Guest speakers, bus tours, theatre groups and walks are some of the activities enjoyed by members. Contact Jan 9584 1007 for more details.
RIVERWOOD COMBINED PROBUS CLUB
The Riverwood Combined Probus Club invites the local community to their club meeting on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 10:15 am at Club Rivers Littleton St Riverwood. The club also hosts two walks a month, a book club, a coffee and group chat and a lunch and theatre group. For more details call Kristine on 9534 2741.
ROTARY CLUB OF HURSTVILLE
The Rotary Club of Hurstville meets Monday nights at Mortdale RSL at 6:30pm. The major project this year is the rebuilding of the play area at St Georges Hospital. For more information contact Jan 0412828871.
ROTARY CLUB OF PADSTOW
Want to “Make a Difference” in your local community and the world and have fun at the same time? Join us at 7 pm on any Tuesday night at the Revesby Workers Club Function Centre. For more information call Julie on 0417800023
ROTARY CLUB OF ST GEORGE NEXT GEN
Rotary Club of St George Next Gen meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:45 pm at Club Central in Hurstville. For more information contact email@example.com call 0405 776 343.
SAFER DRIVERS COURSES
The Safer Drivers Course is a combined theoretical and practical course for learner drivers under 25 years old who have completed 50 logbook hours. It is administered through RMS and available at several local locations. For more details, please visit the website here.
If you have always wanted to have a go at singing, but have never had the chance, Sing Australia St George is for you! Our primary goal is to encourage more Australians to sing. There are no auditions, no requirements to read music and no singing experience is required. We make singing fun, there are lots of health benefits from activities such as singing and we make friends.
Sing Australia St George meets every Monday night, except public holidays, at Peakhurst South Public School Hall in Pindari Road, Peakhurst Heights, 7.30-9.30pm. To find out more, call John or Toni Darcy on 9584 1080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ST GEORGE ART SOCIETY
St George Art Society encourages fine art. Artists (and emerging artists) share ideas and experiences, learn new skills, have a chance to exhibit their art and make connections in a social community. New members are welcome.
The society’s activities are held at Kogarah School of Arts, Cnr. Queens Avenue & Bowns Road KOGARAH and include: Critique and Demonstration with guest artists; Life-Drawing with top models; a monthly Plein Air Group; a fortnightly High School Student Mentoring Program; and Sketchability, a drawing class from beginners onward.
The Art Society will be holding a workshop on Sunday the 9th of September 10am-4pm and Sunday the 10th September 10am-4pm. Cost $60 for member and $75 for non members.
ST GEORGE BASKETBALL GALA DAY
St George Basketball will be holding a Harmonday Day Basketball Gala Day on Sunday 3rd March 10am-3pm. The event will be held at Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre at Riverwood. This is a free event.
For more information or to register please contact Anna on 0418 287 386 or email@example.com
THE ST GEORGE BRANCH OF THE ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT RETIREES
The Association of Independent Retirees working for Australians in Retirement invites visitors from the Banks District. The St Geoge Branch meets monthly (except December) on the third Friday of the month. Meetings are held at Grandviews Bowling Club, 821 Forest Road, Peakhurst. Enquiries - Pat 9554 4113
The Association of Independent Retirees is a member-driven national, not for profit, non-political organisation which works to advance and protect the interests and independent lifestyle of Australians in retirement. A.I.R seeks to secure recognition and equity for Australians who, through their diligence and careful management, fully or partly self-fund their own retirement needs. Membership of A.I.R is open to retirees, semi-retirees, persons approaching retirement and corporate entities. For more info visit the A.I.R website: independentretirees.com
THE ST GEORGE CREATIVE ART & CRAFT CENTRE
St George Creative Art & Craft Centre, 23 St Georges Road, Penshurst, offers a range of classes in Art, Pottery, Patchwork, Needlework, Mosaics, card, papercraft and more. Check out our website: www.sgcacc.org.au, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 9579 3331 for information about our fun and friendly classes with our talented and experienced tutors. Adult classes are held day and evening, and after-school art classes for children. St George Creative Art & Craft is hosting St George Pole Depot Markets in the Park at 23 St Georges Road, Penshurst. the markets are held on the 4th Saturday of each moth.
ST GEORGE LIONS CLUB
St George Lions, with support from Club Rivers, will begin a new project on Friday 12 October, 2018 called Conversations to Support the Community.
Club Rivers, Riverwood on Friday 12th October
Guest Speaker from 12 Noon followed by a 2 course meal
For more information and registration please contact John Craig 0413 312 108 or email@example.com
ST GEORGE MASTERS SWIMMING CLUB
The club meets every Monday night from 7:00-8: 30 pm for the club race meet at Peakhurst West Public School Swimming Pool, Ogilvy St Peakhurst. It also runs a training session every Sunday morning from 8:00am-9: 15 am for club members. New members are welcome. For more information Ph: 0418 674 685 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ST GEORGE RED CROSS
The St George District Red Cross meets every second Tuesday of each month at Penshurst RSL in the Legends Room. Morning tea is from 10.00am, with meetings beginning at 10.30am. The focus of the group is fundraising for the Red Cross. All are welcome. Contact Meg on 9533 1020 for further details.
Community Recovery Fundraiser Luncheon by Australian Red Cross St George Branch: Wednesday 29th May 2019, 12 noon, High Line Function Centre, Bankstown. Dame Quentin Bryce AC, former Australian Governor-General is the guest of honour, plus fascinating speakers, entertainment, silent auction and a delicious seated lunch. All funds raised go to Australian Red Cross Recovery work helping our rural communities to re-build. Tickets $100 pp or a table of 10 for $950 from https://events.humanitix.com.au/rcff
ST MARKS ART GROUP
St Marks Art Group is an informal but active group of artists working in all media who come together for the joy of art and sharing our wide-ranging talents and experience with others. St Marks Church Hall is a lovely open and well-lit venue ideal for painting and socialising with other artists in a generous and creative atmosphere. Members’ paintings may be hung around the hall in an attractive ever-changing display. The hall is well equipped with a modern kitchen and convenient facilities. Our morning tea and lunch times are a pleasant opportunity to discuss art , socialise and make friends. BYO art and materials.
Where: St Marks Hall, The Mall, South Hurstville
Contact: Lorraine Sweeney, 9546 1162 or Rex Steele Merten 9580 2808
Cost: A ridiculously small donation of $2 each to cover morning tea and coffee.
Membership of VIEW is suited to all women interested in meeting regularly, establishing lasting friendships and supporting the Smith Family charity. For Clubs at Peakhurst, Riverwood and Revesby contact Kay Underwood on 9570 8680 or email email@example.com.
The Lugarno Evening View Club holds a dinner meeting on the 3rd Monday of each month at the Gardens on Forest. For more information please contact Adele Persi on 9533 4345.
The Kingsgrove View Club meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at Club Rivers. For more information please contact Lorraine Ripley on 9153 8798.
The East Hills View Club meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at Revesby Workers Club. For more information contact Jan McKenzie on 9724 1969 or 0408 473 037.
YWCA ENCORE EXERCISE PROGRAM
YWCA Encore is a free exercise program for women in the Revesby area who have had Breast Cancer surgery. The program involves land and pool based exercises. Participants do not need to be able to swim and pools are at a comfortable temperature. To enrol or for more information please phone 92856264 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A service club for business and professional women which supports women locally and internationally.
Zonta provides Breast care cushions to breast cancer patients; birthing kits to 3rd world countries; and awards and mentors high school girls.
Zonta meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at Club Central Menai. Anyone wishing to attend, please contact Robyn Fague on 0425 208 765 or email@example.com
GET IN TOUCH WITH DAVID
Please get in touch with David if there are any issues you would like to discuss. David can be reached on 9771 3400, or at firstname.lastname@example.org. The office is at 22 Revesby Place, Revesby and is staffed from 9am—5pm, Monday to Friday.