Community Support Skills
Connecting community members with the help they want.
Would you like to know how to recognise when someone may not be travelling well?
Would you like more information about how and where help is available for mental health concerns?
This 1.5 hour short course will cover:
- signs that someone may not be travelling well
- understanding services and how to access them
- how to have a conversation with someone you're worried about and encourage them to seek help
- how to provide simple and helpful support
- how to help someone at risk of suicide
- how to look after your mental wellbeing
When: Thursday, June 6, 4pm.
Where: Trundle Golf Club, refreshments provided.
RSVP: Monday, June 3, Sandra Stevenson 0427 347 194.
Marg's Golf Day
Come along to a fun day of golf in memory of Margaret Maher. At Trundle Golf Course, Sunday, May 26, 11.30am for 12pm start.
Two person Ambrose. $10 per person includes BBQ. Play nine or 18 holes. Great local prizes and trophies. All welcome.
Trundle Community Day Care
Come along and join the fun and activities from 10am to 12 noon at the Trundle Services and Citizens Club.
Dates for May for Community Day care are: May 17 - Kelly family visit. May 24 - Biggest Morning Tea, May 31 - Word games and Trivia games. Gold coin donation.
The CWA of NSW and the ACT held their conference in Albury for 2019. Delegates filled to capacity the lovely entertainment complex entrance from the main street through to the gardens.
Unexpectedly the Prime Minister joined us and gave a Presidential type address ending "see you on Saturday".
Then as he left the egg incident occurred! As your T.V's showed we had a very close crowded encounters but the egg was not harmed.
All those lovely guards and minders, etc making a sharp contrast with the CWA delegates. Calm was restored shortly after and back to business.
Resolutions on transport and telecommunications, drought relief, nursing shortages and training, rural roads - abandoned cars, milk industry, Appin Way and food safety standards.
Elections: President- Stephanie Stanhope from Bega, Ann Adams OAM- Branch State Hon. Secretary. Anne Kotz Kyogle Branch - Hon. Treasurer. Lyn Braico Hornsby and District Branch - International State Officer. Tanya Jolly Barellen Branch - Agricultural and Environmental Officer. Bronwyn Dunston Singleton Branch - State Social Issues Officer. Judy Houghton Cowra Evening Branch and Annie Kiefer Sydney City Brancy - State Vice Presidents.
Gala Dinner, Thai restaurants, junior cafe cum sports, library centre, members tried them all. But dispite threats of colds or worse the delegates all survived, collected their prizes and set out for home into a soft drizzle.
In our car was a fine silver cup for "Best cultural report" in another "1st Boiled Pudding" and "Fruit cake" in another Handiwork, etc. Conference closed.
By Virginia DeSantis of Milthorpe
Tullamore Bowling Club
The club is hosting Social Bowls every Sunday morning at 11am. Just $5 for green fees. They would love to see you even if you have never played bowls in your life! There is always someone who is willing to teach you how. Come and join the fun.
Royal Far West Trundle Branch
It is time for BINGO! day on Monday, May 20 at the Tullamore Bowling Club. Day starts at 10am with Lucky door prize & Raffle available for just $1 Lunch will be available to buy on the day.
Biggest Morning Tea
Join us at Tullamore at the CWA Rooms on Wednesday, May 22 from 10.30am. There is a $5 entry fee and please feel free to bring a plate of goodies. There will be a raffle at $2 a ticket on the morning
St John's Anglican Church Fundraiser
Saturday, May 18 Haylock Street Tullamore. Pop down after you have voted and pick up a bargin. From 9am. Morning tea and sausage sandwiches available. Household items, new and used items available.
Meals on Wheels
We are after volunteers to deliver meals to some residents in Tullamore. Time is usually 12:15pm to around 12:40pm Monday to Friday as a roster or emergency list.
Please contact Parkes Meals on Wheels on 026862 6189 or via email email@example.com.
Tullamore School News
Gobondery/Narraf netball team.
Last week Sabrina, Claire and Sophie competed in the District Netball Tryouts. The girls played extremely well and showed great sportsmanship.
Congratulations to Sophie who was selected in the team and will now represent Gobondery/NARRAF in the tryouts for Western.
School Athletics Carnival Although it was extremely cold, windy and wet, we managed to get through our athletics carnival last Friday.
It was a great credit to those who turned up and participated in the tough conditions.
Thank you to all the staff who also braved the horrible weather. Your efforts did not go unnoticed!
Once again the P&C provided a wonderful canteen full of warm goodies and I would like to thank everyone involved in assisting with this.
Despite the conditions we had some wonderful results and even some records broken: -
- Sophie Laing: 11 year Girls Long Jump 3.37m -
- Sophie Laing: Jnr Girls High Jump 1.15m
Well done to the following students who were named age champions:
- Jnr Boys - Tristan Laing
- Jnr Girls - Siara Horsburgh
- 11 year Boys - Lukas Parry
- 11 year Girls - Sophie Laing
- Snr Boys - Dylan Davison
- Snr Girls - Claire Thomas
- Jnr Sec Boys - Squirrel Morison-Tull
- Jnr Sec Girls - Tiahna Stevenson
- Snr Sec Boys - Charlie Harvey
- Snr Sec Girls - Amber Martin
Lastly, we must take our hats off to the MACQUARIE house for coming away with the overall house win. It has been a long time coming!
- Robin Blunden and Jan Ashe