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Walk to Work Day
Friday 4 October 2019

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Capalaba GET OUT WITH SENIORS ~ThornIands WYNNUM: The National Seniors Australia branch meets on the first Monday of each month, lOam. Phone 3396 7556.

IF TOWN AND COUNTRY BAYSIDE: Farm Day, May 26-27 celebrates those who work the land.
Visit farmday.com.au to get involved.

CELEBRATE VOLUNTEERS BAYSIDE: National Volunteer Week is May 14-29. For more details visit nationalvolunteerweek.com.au Eac’ie Farm DISCOVER WALKING BAYSIDE: National Walk Safely to School Day is Friday, May 18. Try something different to the car or bus and venture through back streets or a local parkland.

For more details visit walk.com.au I REGIONAL POWER CAPALABA: Energex has started building a $16 million substation at Capalaba to increase power capacity to 8000 homes. the third third Saturday of each month, 6am to noon. Phone 3348 3524 or visit manly ha rb o u rvi II age. co m ih~b1~~i Wynnum Murarrie Wynnum West Manly Manly West Lota ~nnon Hill Tingalpa Wakerley Ransome Carina Gumdale p Belmont Carindale Capalaba West Mackenzie I I’’ HELP WITH HANDCRAFTS BAYSIDE: Volunteers are needed to assist people with light woodwork and a variety of handcrafts with the Aid and Recreation Association for the Disabled.

Phone 3396 2279 or 3399 3968.

LAVENDER BUSINESS CALL BAYSIDE: The Leukaemia Foundation is looking for businesses to be part of this year’s Lavender Appeal throughout June. Phone 1800 620 420.
I~ ~. ~ ~ Wellington Point Alexandra Hills Wishart Cleveland VET AFFAIRS NETWORK WYNNUM: A Veterans’ Affairs Network officer will be at Wynnum RSL on May 31, lOam to 1pm. Call 3396 7333.
BABY SNAPS BAYSIDE: Like to see your new baby in the Wynnum Herald? Email a photo and details: editorial@wynnumherald.com.au j Ureen Island FOOD MARKETS BAYSIDE: Pick up all your fresh food supplies at Jan Power’s Farmers’ and Fishermen’s markets, on the third third Saturday of each month, Sam to noon. Phone 3348 3524 or visit manly harbourviIIage.com
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