Cockburn Gazette : 2020-09-24

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NEWS

NEWS 4 September 24, 2020 SOUNDINGS UPDATE There are some very big benefits to domestic cat health and survival when they are kept safely contained at home Stallholde­rs wanted! With thousands of people expected, the Cockburn Rotary Spring Fair is an excellent opportunit­y to sell your homemade goods, promote your business or fundraise. Apply at: cockburn.wa.gov.au/SFStallHol­der Sunday, 25 October 11am–8pm Manning Park, Azelia Rd, Hamilton Hill More informatio­n Cockburn Rotary Call Robyn Leahy on 0407 689 131 or email rleahy@iinet.net.au Applicatio­ns close 14 October 2020. Corner Community Want to become more active? If you’re over 55 you can join one of 10 seniors clubs across Cockburn. The clubs offer a range of activities to get involved in, have fun and meet others. Clubs meet on different days. For a list email: communityd­evelopment@cockburn.wa.gov.au A Memory Café for people with dementia The Forget-Me-Not Cafe is for people living with dementia and their carers. Located at the Shingle Inn at Cockburn Gateway Shopping City, join others travelling the same road for a coffee and a friendly chat. The group meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month, 10am–midday. What’s close by to me? The Cockburn Community Directory allows you to find playgroups, sporting clubs, community groups and service providers located in your area. Organisati­ons can register for free. Find out more at cockburn.wa.gov.au/community_directory Know a volunteer who deserves to be recognised? Not-for-profit groups and clubs based in, or servicing Cockburn are invited to nominate volunteers from their organisati­ons for the annual Inspiratio­nal Volunteer Awards. Nomination­s have been extended to 30 September 2020. cockburn.wa.gov.au/iva 9411 3444 customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au 08 T E cockburn.wa.gov.au COC

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