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Lookingto give back to your local community? Come along and join the fun at DuringanStreet/The Alley, 9am – 11am, Saturday 29th November with BeachCare! We will be plantingnative dune species, weeding and collecting and auditing beach litter. Pleasebring a water bottle, wear enclosed shoes and sun smart clothing. All equipmentand refreshments will be provided. Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reedy Creekresidents can expect more traffic relief, with the City of Gold Coast set tobuild a new link road called Panorama Drive, connecting Gemvale Road to MarchmontDrive/Royston Crescent at Reedy Creek. Local MP for Mudgeeraba Ros Bateswelcomed the news and thanked Councillor Daphne McDonald, and said Panorama Drive willimprove connectivity of existing and new residential estates and schools in thearea. For more information, locals can contact Ms Bates on (07) 5569 0482 or email@example.com.
BROADBEACH UNITING CARE COMMUNITY ARE PARTNERING WITH TARGET AUSTRALIA IN AN EFFORT TOSPREAD CHRISTMAS CHEER. THE GIVING BOX APPEAL WILL ENCOURAGE FELLOW AUSTRALIANSTO BUY GIFTS AND MAKE DONATIONS TO HELP CHILDREN WHO OTHERWISE MAY HAVE NOTHINGTO UNWRAP ON CHRISTMAS MORNING.FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO DONATE PLEASE CONTACT US ON 55796000 / 55796003BROADBEACH UNITING CARE COMMUNITY.
The Ladies Probus Club of Miami Inc wishes to invite ladies who would like to meet new people to join our club. If you enjoy listening to entertaining guest speakers, eating delicious morning teas& participating in social activities you will enjoy being a part of ourclub. We meet on the second Thursday of the month, 10am, at the BroadbeachBowls Club.
Please phone Ann 5570 1226 or Aileen 5575 8092 for moreinformation.
A newly established volunteering program is looking for volunteers to help elderly peoplestay socially connected and involved in their local community.
The Community Visitors Scheme is a national program funded by the Australian Governmentand run by The Whiddon Group in the Tweed Heads and Lismore areas.
Volunteer visits are relaxed and social in nature, with the aim of the program being to improve the quality of life for an older person living at home by providing companionship and a link to the community.This could mean chatting over a cup of tea, heading out to a local cafe for a coffee or spending time in the garden.We do our best to match you with someone who has similar interest to you so you can enjoy your mutual hobbies together.If this sounds like something you would genuinely be interested in, then we would love to hear from you - please contact our Community Visitors Scheme Coordinator on: 0448 295 421 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Queensland Symphony Orchestra will perform Vivaldi's Four Seasons at Griffith University Gold Coast campus on Friday 5 December at 7.00pm.
The welcome will be delivered by Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston AC, AFC (Ret'd) Patron of the Institute for Glycomics Childhood Leukaemia Research project.
Tickets are $125 including a champagne supper. For bookings or more details please contact Regina Tucker at email@example.com or 0434 171 921
A new ‘no fuel’ sign has been installed nearNerang on Nerang-Murwillumbah Road near the intersection of Latimers CrossingRoad in the near future. Local MP for Mudgeeraba Ros Bates said the location ofthe sign would provide motorists with the opportunity to return to Nerang forfuel if required while they are still not too far west of Nerang. Ms Bates saidthe sign was installed on Nerang-Murwillumbah Road to give visitors a chance tofuel up before they venture out into the hinterland at Springbrook, NaturalBridge, Advancetown or Numinbah Valley. For more information, locals cancontact Ms Bates at (07) 5569 0482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE MAINLYMUSIC program is held on Thursdays at Holy Rood Family Centre, 192Oxenford-Tamborine Road, Oxenford. Parents and caregivers are invited to bring young children, aged frombirth to 5 years to a 30 minute morning tea/play session followed by 30 minutesof music, rhyme and movement. The First Session begins at 9.15 a.m. and theSecond Session at 10.45 a.m. (Cost $5 per session per family). CallGlenda 0405 470 528 or Mae 0409 766159 or Judy 0431 748572.
Saturday 29 November, 10am to 3pm, 66 Colman Road, Coomera
SOUTHPORT pastor Michael Zapata, of thePotters House, is reaching out to the young people.
He wants to help youth by bringing inspeakers to share their stories and motivate them.
On December the 4-6th, TonyHoang, a former drug addict and gang member, will be sharing his story in GoldCoasts, hoping to steer them away from the life he once led.
The 32 year old former Cabramatta gangmember will be sharing his story at the Potters House Church in Southport, howhe lost 12 friends to drugs, violence and suicide during his years with thegroup.
A gripping story of redemption, one not tobe missed, for more details contact Michael on 0406 101 132/www.tonyhoang.info/www.tonyhoang.com.au