At the end of the holiday season, Pambula Auxiliary members were delighted to receive a donation from a group of Victorians who regularly visit the Discovery Park at Pambula Beach.
Several members turned up to show appreciation and to accept the cheque.
The money is raised by raffling six night accommodation in a cabin in the Park, which is donated by park manager Laurie O’Shea. This year $1180 was donated.
Auxiliary members are grateful for this donation and thank the visitors for their support.
The next dinner meeting for the Merimbula Evening View Club will be held at Club Sapphire on Tuesday, May 3, at 6 pm for 6.30 start.
Visitors welcome. The guest speaker will be demonstrating and speaking about floral arrangements. Bookings and cancellations can be made by phoning Barb on 6495 1642.
AGLOW’s next meeting will be one with a difference, with the viewing of two short films from the ’40 Indigenous Stories’ Initiative – a part of National 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting 2016.
Hear the personal testimony from Aboriginal Christians as they speak of their faith in Jesus and their vision for this great South Land of the Holy Spirit.
All are welcome. The meeting is on Thursday, May 5 at the Merimbula RSL at 10am. Entrance is $7. For enquiries call Shanne Fanning 6495 2220
World immunisation week commences 24 April. Southern NSW Local Health District Director Public Health, Tracey Oakman, is taking the opportunity to remind parents about how important is it to be immunised.
For more information see www.snswlhd.health.nsw.gov.au/keeping-healthy/public-health
To celebrate World Tai Chi day on Saturday, April 30, local Tai Chi instructors and leaders are holding an event at Spencer Park from 10am until 12pm.
This is a free event but a gold coin donation to Cancer Research is encouraged.
There will be Tai Chi demonstrations and group sessions. For details call Steve on 0405 464 069.
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