Postponed– How to write a business plan
Due to minimum numbers not being met the FREE Business After Hours, How to Write a Business Plan meeting has been postponed until 2019. If you are interested in attending this workshop in the new year, please register your interest with the CRC by emailing email@example.com.
Dumbleyung Swimming Pool Classes EOI
Mums and Bubs water confidence to be held Tuesday mornings. Same as last season, everyone welcome and classes for children from 6 months til age 4. Keep an eye out on the Kukerin Dumbleyung Sports Facebook Page. Text Jane on 0428296283.
Fitness water classes to be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. All fitness levels and everyone welcome. The pool is expected to open in November, watch this space for when the classes will start.
EOI – Walking Group
Lovely Spring weather means beautiful morning and/or afternoon walks. If you are interested in joining the CRC on a casual walk once a week or once a fortnight, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9863 4829. With enough interest we will register with the ‘Heart Foundations Walking’ Program. Did you know? A study of 1800 walkers in 14 countries showed outdoor walking groups improved their members’ blood pressure, resting heart rate, cholesterol, body fat and mood.
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Happy belated birthday to Councillor, Amy Knight who celebrated in style at the Melbourne Cup. We hope you had a brilliant day!
Happy birthday this Friday (November 9) to Daniel McDougall and Paige Morris – we hope you both have a great day and awesome birthday weekend!
How to use a defibrillator
Meet our local paramedic
Snake bite management
Friday 9th November
Dumbleyung District Club
Come along to the Dumbleyung District club for an evening meal this week, on Friday 9th November, where our local paramedic and some of the Dumbleyung Sub centre volunteers will be inducting community members in how to operate the defibrillators that you will have noticed hanging in the Club and elsewhere around town.
Snake bite management will also be discussed.
This could be lifesaving!!
Carmel Adventist College volunteering for Shire of Dumbleyung
Last Friday November 2, saw a bus load of year 9 students from Carmel Adventist College (pictured above) volunteering their afternoon to wash the Bluebird and mulch the surrounding gardens. The students are on their way to Albany doing a ‘backyard blitz’ programme.
Last year the students visited Kukerin and mulched the streets opposite the pub and caravan park. Thank you Carmel students for all your help within our shire.
Staff and committee of the Dumbleyung CRC along with community members and volunteers contribute to the weekly Quack Chat Newsletter.