Looking for activities to fill in your days? Then check out the list below.
Looking for activities to fill in your days? Then check out the list below. TatyanaGl

Local groups that’ll help soak up your spare time

Auxiliary needs you

THE Ballina Hospital Auxiliary is always looking for new members to contribute to the important work it does which benefits the local community. If you think you have something to offer, including a few spare hours a week, call Sue Mason on 0434 848 540.

All happening at U3A

THE U3A Ballina/Byron group always a great range of activities, courses and events in the meeting room of the Mullumbimby RSL. For membership enquiries and upcoming events, contact 6680 7350.

Cancer support group

A GENERAL cancer support group has started in Byron Bay and is for anyone living on the Northern Rivers. Meetings will be fortnightly at the Cancer Council building in Byron. The group’s next meeting is at 5pm on July 21. For more information contact Ken on 0411 233 755, David on 0428 187 025 or email david@davidyoung.com.au or kengabe@linknet.com.au

Volunteers always needed

PEOPLE are always needed to help with the Community Visitors Scheme. By joining, you experience the satisfaction of contributing to the community as well as to the quality of life and wellbeing of people living in aged care. For details about how you can help phone 6621 7397 (extension 111).

Get connected at any age

LISMORE Neighbourhood Centre computer tuition specialises in broadband for seniors. One-on-one computer tuition is available to help people get the basics or improve their computer skills. Phone 6621 7397for more details.

Memorabilia wanted

BYRON Bay RSL Sub-Branch is seeking memorabilia for the cabinet in the Anzac Room at the Byron Bay Services Club. People who wish to donate or loan items can contact the sub-branch on 6685 8996, the secretary on 0417 209 884 or the president on 0427 089 056.



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