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The deadline for the February issue is January 30. Email Nicky or Chris: communitynotes@seniors newspaper.com.au.

WILSONTON -TOOWOOMBA FABRICS

ARE offering free senior sewing and knitting group in store Friday and Saturday Mornings. 12 & 13, 19 & 20 and 26 of January 2018. We appreciate the wealth of knowledge our seniors have and have found in the past having a social group meeting in where our seniors can have a fun social time and help their peers and teach our younger generation any knowledge they have have has been a wonderful community asset. Ladies can bring in their own project or they can complete one of ours free of charge. Located at 32 Wilsonton Shopping Centre, 407 Bridge Street, Toowoomba. Any enquiries can be made in store or by calling Kay on 46139842.

GARDEN CITY -TOOWOOMBA BRANCH OF NATIONAL SENIORS AUSTRALIA

WE MEET on the third Monday of the month at Drayton Bowls Club, cnr Ball and Gipps Street. Mprning Tea is served at 9.30am. Cost is $7 and visitors are welcome. The first meeting for 2018 is on January 15. There will be a guest speaker, raffles and a bring and buy stall. Bus trips will commence in February.

CHIP

Very soon the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) will be offered in Toowoomba. This course can help improve blood pressure, reduce risk of stroke, help in managing and reversing the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, lower cholesterol, reduce weight and lessen depression.

A free information session is on Sun. 4th Feb at 6.30 pm at the Abundant Living Centre, 669 Greenwattle St. Toowoomba. For further information and to book your place at this information session, phone Pat Quinn on 0422 462 678 or email toowoombachip@gmail.com

GARDEN CITY'S NEW VENUE IN 2018.

TOOWOOMBA'S Garden City Country Music Association commence their 2018 Socials engagements on Sunday February 11 at their new location at St. John's Lutheran Church Hall, 431 Bridge Street Wilsonton, opposite the old airport, commencing at 1pm.

Entertainment will be by members of Garden City CMA plus Matthew Munro, the overall winner of the Country Music Rush competition held in Oakey in March 2017. With around 160 entries, being judged as overall winner shows the talent this young man has. A young up and coming country performer, Matthew who comes from Bundaberg, is fast making a name for himself with fans as he performs at various Country Music Festivals around South East Queensland. Matthew also won the Bundaberg 2017 Easter Roundup and with the talent he possesses we are sure this won't be the last victory for Matthew.

Garden City CMA's management hope the move to Wilsonton will be supported by their many loyal supporters, both past and new, and the venue shall remain available for many years to come. Why not come along and join in the celebrations of Garden City's first Social of the year at their new location.

Entry is only $8 with afternoon tea provided plus raffles and lucky door prize on the day.

For more info call 4635 6429 AH. No walk-ups.

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