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TOUKLEY VIEW CLUB
MEETS the second Friday of the month at Club Toukley RSL at 11am. VIEW Clubs are a valued part of the Smith Family and raise money for the education of disadvantaged children of Australia. Come along, have lunch, make new friends and see what we are all about. For details call Sandra on 43966206.
BRISBANE WATER EVENING VIEW CLUB
WORKING for the Smith Family holds its monthly dinner meeting in the Function Room at the Grange Hotel, Renwick Street, Wyoming on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 6.30pm for 7pm. New members and visitors are most welcome. Details call Valda on 43251688 or Helen 43675670.
BATEAU BAY COMBINED PROBUS
WE ARE a Club of Active Retirees offering great fellowship, a wide range of activities and interesting guest speakers. Our membership is open to both Ladies and men. Meetings are at Bateau Bay Bowling Club 2nd Monday (except public holidays) each month. Come and check us out. Visitors can attend all activities whilst deciding. Contact Membership Officer- Otto Stadelman on 43320136 or look up via web site www.probussouthpacific.org
THE Peninsula Villages choir with almost 20 members performing at the local shopping centre recently, treating shoppers to a number of classic songs and tunes as well as one of their own.We now have 15 members in the singing group that includes both residents and a number of volunteers who thoroughly enjoy the company of each other and the joy that singing together brings to them and others whom they perform to. Now in its 59th year, NSW Seniors Festival is the largest festival for seniors in the country that is designed to celebrate the role seniors play and the contributions they make to the local community. We offer a range of music and singing activities as part of our resident programs and are now also exploring a dedicated music therapy program that will be part of Peninsula Villages additional services offered to residents in 2017. Details call 43449199 or go to www.peninsulavillage.com.au.
COFFS HARBOUR DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY INC.
SEMINAR Saturday May 27, Cavanbah Hall at 10am With Shauna Hicks.Shauna is now a retired archivist and librarian now indulging her time with family history research, writing and travelling. She began tracing her family history in 1977 and for over 35 years worked in Libraries and Archives in Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne. She is currently Director of Shauna Hicks History Enterprises and a collaborative partner in Unlock the Past. Shauna has a number of tertiary qualifications from Queensland Universities as well as a Diploma in Family Historical Studies from the Society of Australian Genealogists. She is also a Fellow of the Queensland Family History Society, a recipient of the Australian Society of Archivists Distinguished Achievement Award and in 2009 received the AFFHO Services to Family History Award. Shauna will speak to us about Asylum Records: A place to look for missing ancestors, Victorian Resources for family historians, archives you may not know but should and Google tools for genealogy. Bookings are essential please contact the Society on 02 66516126 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday 24 May 2017. Cost is $30 for visitors and members $25. Morning Tea and a Light lunch will be provided.