The Friday Flyer, supporting the community you live in.
We welcome and encourage news and events listings from
Schools, Churches, Charities, Community Clubs and Non-Profit Organisations
The Friday Flyer provides free promotion and local awareness to residents of the news and happenings in the local area and surrounds. This service is completely free of charge and provided completely out of community spirit.
Location: Elanora State School Performing Arts Precinct, KP McGrathDrive, Elanora
Comealong and care for your local beach with BeachCare! Help make a difference toour coastal environment by planting natives, removing invasive weeds andpicking up litter. Activities are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Please be sure to wear enclosed shoes or you will not be ableto participate. Equipment and lightrefreshments will be provided, please bring a water bottle and wear sunsmartclothing. 9am-11am, Saturday, 28th May. Beach end of Kelly Avenue, North Burleigh. Ph:0414 762 374 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comealong and care for your local beach with BeachCare! Help make a difference toour coastal environment by planting natives, removing invasive weeds andpicking up litter. Activities are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Please be sure to wear enclosed shoes or you will not be ableto participate. Equipment and lightrefreshments will be provided, please bring a water bottle and wear sunsmartclothing. 9am-11am, Saturday, 11th June. 200m north of Charis Seafood, Labrador. Ph:0414 762 374 or email: email@example.com
Mature, reliable lady requires a fully self contained, unfurnished 1 bedroom Unit/Granny Flat or cottage. Prefers long term. Loves to garden and enjoys sport activities. I am very house proud and guarantee to be an excellent tenant. References provided. Please contact............................ Fay on PH: 0412091089 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dragons Abreast dragon boat club are looking for new members to come join out fantastic sport.
We are a group of breast cancer survivors who love paddling a dragon boat while having fun, enjoying the water, getting fit and making new friends.
We strive to promote breast cancer awareness, the importance of early detection and having a fun life after breast cancer.
We are a very social group where you can paddle for fun or you can train for racing & compete against other teams here on the Gold Coast, throughout Australia or overseas. Come along and paddle socially or competitively it is up to you.
We train on the beautiful Currumbin creek ( between the Currumbin RSL Club & the Tennis Courts in Duringan Rd.
Paddles, life jackets and full training provided.
We look forward to seeing you there on a Sunday morning at 6:45am.
For more information contact: Fayzy on 0412091089.
As previously requested would you please advertise this in all areas that the Friday Flyers is delivered to. Dragons Abreast is open to all the Gold Coast area and over the NSW boarder.
Thank you. Fay Henderson. DAGC.
everyone is invited!
come and be inspired by theheart and sounds of africa as the globally acclaimed watoto children’s choirdeliver a dynamic experience filled with energetic dance routines, urban soundsand vibrant colors of africa. each child has an inspiring story to share andtheir journey from utter despair to joyous celebration will fill you with hope!you do not want to miss it!! saturday 21 may 2016 mosaic church (centaurprimary school hall, eucalyptus drive, banora point, nsw) entrance is free!!! a love-offering willbe taken up at the end of the night for the watoto program!
TheProbus Club of Varsity Lakes Inc.is for active people who have retired from work, not life. It is non-political,non-sectarian, non-fundraising and provides regular opportunities to progresshealthy minds and wider interests while enjoying the fellowship of new friends.Meetings are at the Robina Community Centre, San Antonio Crt. at 9.30 am on the3rd Wed each month. To enquire or to arrange a visit to one of our meetings, contact Kathy on 0414 714 103
Australian Anti Ice Campaign (AAIC) invites members of the community to attend:
A Public Forum on ICE & Other Drugs on Thursday 26 May 2016 at the Southport Community Hall at 7-9 pm.
As you areknow, ICE (Meth) is having a devastating impact on the city and its residents. AAIC offers publiccommunity forums to educate the community, with experts from rehabilitation anddetox centers who talk about intervention, family support and treatmentoptions. RSVP by 20 May 2016 on 07 5665 6063 or email@example.com This is a free event, however a gold coin donations would be appreciated to help cover costs of the venue.