Suicide prevention training

A FREE suicide prevention training course, presented by PortStephensSuicidePreventionNetworkand Wesley Life Force, will be held in Soldiers Point at the end of April.The course will be run 9am to 4pm on April 28 atIbis Styles Salamander Shores.
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AWARENESS: Port Stephens Suicide Prevention Network president Bernie Fitzsimons. Picture: Ellie-Marie Watts

TheSuicidepreventionworkshop is designed to teach people how to identify the signs that someone may be at risk ofsuicideand appropriate action to take. The program is free and refreshments will be provided.Register online at eventbrite南京夜网419论坛.

Tomaree ladiesTHE TomareeLadiesProbus Club held its annual general meeting recently, followed by a light-hearted change-over luncheon.New president Shirley Coates thanked retiring president Robyn Thomson and treasurer Pat Janes for their great work and welcomed back Wendy Bowden as secretary. The new treasurer is Kitty Phipps.Theladiesare assured of an eventful year ahead with interesting speakers and trips. Membership is growing rapidly and anyone who is interested in joining can phone Shirley 4984 6009. Meetings are held at Nelson Bay Bowling Club from 9.30am every third Wednesday in the month.

Book launchKEVIN Russell will launch his book, Port Stephens Narrative, at Tomaree library on April 14. Port Stephens Narrative is aresearch of discovery, history and development byKevin Russell ofPort Stephens and surrounding areas.Port Stephens Historical Society members and history buffs are invited to attend the launch, which will be heldin the Gymea Lily Room at the library in Salamander Bay from10.30am.RSVP by phoning4928 2888, text 0416 003 779or [email protected]南京夜网.

Diggers craftTHE Nelson Bay Diggers Craft Group ladies held a morning tea at the club recently. The occasion was a happy one with members of Anna Bay, Soldiers Point and Fingal Bay RFS units, Tomaree SES and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter in attendance to receive a cheque each from the ladies fundraising efforts. A total of $10,000 was presented by president Heather King and retiring secretary Maureen Scamell.

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