SAUSAGE SIZZLERS: Twin Towns Evening VIEW ladies Jill, Dot, Trudy, Rosie, Fay and (centre) Twin Towns Services Club board member, Ross O'Leary.
SAUSAGE SIZZLERS: Twin Towns Evening VIEW ladies Jill, Dot, Trudy, Rosie, Fay and (centre) Twin Towns Services Club board member, Ross O'Leary.

Community Notices: Northern NSW

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The deadline for the March issue is March 7. Email Nicky or Chris at communitynotes@seniors newspaper.com.au.

BEGINNERS LINE DANCING

FREE lessons for novice beginners. Learn to line dance for fun, relaxation & exercise. All ages, don't need a partner. Monday and Wednesdays at 9.30am for beginners, 10.30am for early intermediate and 11.15am for intermediate. Located at Parkwood/Arundel community centre-(across the road from 172) napper rd Arundel/Parkwood. Friday 9.30am at the Pottsville community hall at 1 Tweed Coast Rd, Pottsville. Also available for functions, corporate/private, parties and demos. Details call 0403225313 or go to dallaslinedancers.com

U3A

Twin Towns

WAS was a noisy, busy place on 23 and 24 January, when we held our Enrolment Days. Tutors made themselves available to explain class content to enquirers. Tickets in our Summer Raffle did a roaring trade, cards made by our talented card makers were on sale and the book disposal table was almost cleared away by happy bargain hunting readers. On Day Two President Frances Garland drew the Early Bird raffle. There were two lucky prize winners, Emma and Gayle, one of whom will have their membership fee refunded and the other their course fees.

Tweed Coast

WE PRESENT our March Friday Forum with well known local identity Ross Johnson and an historical slide show and talk informing us all about "The Tweed" in its early days. A fascinating look back at post war 1950s, the heyday of summer holidays on the beaches of the Tweed when holidaymakers would travel to the beach and stay for a month or more. During this era, the border hummed with guest houses, motels, tourist attractions and dance halls. All are welcome, so be at The Uniting Church hall 24A Kingscliff St. Kingscliff at 2pm on Friday March 2 and enjoy a fascinating talk and a delicious home made afternoon tea. We welcome a $2 donation. Visit the website www.tweedcoast.u3anet.org.au/wp or phone Julia 0415464616. 

PROBUS CLUBS

Kirra Tugun

HELLO Retirees - Need to enhance your social life with a hit of golf, a casual game of cards/mahjong or maybe meet friends for a meal, enjoy an outing, the movies, or perhaps go touring ? Probus is purely a social club with no religious, political, or charity affiliations. The Kirra Tugun club meet to make friends and enjoy ourselves so if you are an active retired or semi retired single or couple, and like to socialise come visit, and see if you want to join in. We meet at Currumbin RSL on fourth Thursday of each month, at 10am, and are entertained by a guest speaker. Ring Rod on 55341909 or Ken 55995757 or see us on www. probuskirratugun.org.au

Hastings Point Tweed Coast

THE March meeting of the Probus Club Of Hastings Point Tweed Coast will be on Tuesday, March 20 at 10am at the Tri Care Retirement Community, 87/89 Tweed Coast Road, Hastings Point. Come and join us for our educational meeting. Guests will be most welcome and we have a morning tea. Meetings generally last for 2 hours. For more details you will find an archive of our newsletters on our website. Visitors welcome, enquires with Julie on 0418966256 or go to http://hastingsptprobus.org.

BRIDGE LESSONS TWEED BRIDGE CLUB

LESSONS start on Saturday, March 3. Enquires with Dinah Morgan on 66763136.

VIEW CLUBS

Twin Towns Evening

CENTAUR Primary School Banora Point, warmly welcomes Twin Towns Evening View ladies each Monday to provide a warm breakfast of Toast, fruit and juice free of charge. The ladies have proven to have a positive impact on Punctuality,Academic results, concentration and behaviour of the students. The Club, with the great support of Twin Towns Services Club, represented by the wonderful Board member, Ross O'Leary, provided every student and Teacher with a Sausage Sizzle as part of their continued commitment.  


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