The guest speaker at Pambula-Merimbula branch of the CWA’s February meeting, was Tania Dwyer, pharmacist from Merimbula Amcal Chemist, who brought her knowledge and passion for correct medication to our attention. Homeopathy, organic, complimentary and conventional medicines were all discussed.
Good luck to all the Branch finalists in the Group cookery competition, held in Bermagui. Winners will be announced at the next meeting on Friday, March 17, at 9.30am, which is St. Patricks Day, come dressed in your finest Green outfits.
This month’s guest speaker is Helena Katerinka, Regional Co-ordinator for Look Good-Feel Better, to our hall at 24 Toalla Street, Pambula. Helena holds regular workshops at SERH for women undergoing chemotherapy and has also set up a wig library for this area.
This week on Rotary Local Heroes, Sapphire FM 97.5. At 8.30am Gav and Col dissect the local news. At 9 Frankie J Holden joins Colin to talk about music, theatre, tv and film and, of course, the Stumblin Wilbury's. Sharon Zwek of Ricky's Place is the 10am guest and at 11am Damien Foley, the CEO of Club Sapphire, pops in to have a chat about developments at the Club.
Lions Youth of the Year Quest, sponsored by the National Australia Bank, is a major program for Lions. Starting at club level, contestants are judged by a panel on their community participation, sporting, academic, and where their interests lie.
Regional judging, took place at Club Sapphire recently. The local winner, Anna Auer of Eden Marine High School, contested Roslyn Love-Myer from Sapphire Coast Anglican College Bega and Rebecca Matthes from Snowy Mountains Grammar Jindabyne.
The overall winner was Roslyn. Her subject was youth mental health, encouraging youth to be themselves and not a statistic. She went on to the District final, in Narooma on March 12.