■ BANORA Point Uniting Church Craft Club classes for patchwork, card making, jewellery, knitting, crochet and watercolour painting. Phone Gail 07 5523 2141.
■ SALVATION Army open house serves free meals every Wednesday from 5pm, on the cnr of Woodlands and Leisure Drives. Phone 07 5524 5081.
■ BILAMBIL Landcare meets every Tuesday from 9am for regular working bees. For details, phone Gary Austin 0427 269 486.
■ KINGFISHER Senior Day Club is held on Mondays from 10.30am at Cabarita Beach Bowls Sports Club. Cost is $6 and includes morning tea, lunch and entertainment. Phone Liz Baker on 6676 1599. ■ DO YOU like to sing hits from the 1950s–2000? We are looking for more singers to join our new mixed choir. We are called Clef Hangers and welcome all ages. Rehearsals are every Thursday from 7–9pm at Tweed Coast Community Church Hall,
101 Cabarita Rd, Cabarita. Cost is $5 a week. Phone Jackie on 0414 357 579.
■ PROBUS Club of Hastings Point Tweed Coast meets next on Tuesday, November 20, at 10am at the Tri Care Retirement Community, 87/89 Tweed Coast Rd, Hastings Point. The guest speaker is Tweed Byron Police District crime prevention officer Senior Constable Bradley Foster. New members welcome. For more information, phone Julie 0418 966 256 or visit www.hastingsptprobus.org.
■ HASTINGS Point community choir has just had a successful spring concert and is looking for new members for our Christmas concert in December. Rehearsals are on Tuesdayn at 7pm at the Tricar on Tweed Valley Way. For more information, phone Jean Berry 0414 794 380.
■ KINGSCLIFF Mixed Probus Club meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 10am at Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club and outings on the third Wednesday of the month. Phone Joan on 02 6674 4700.
■ THE Friends of the Tweed Regional Museum wish to announce their latest calendar for 2019 is available. The usual high-quality calendar has a fascinating collection of historical images of the Tweed area. Stocks are limited and can be bought for $12 at Tweed Regional Museum, Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads and Uki, as well as Cartridge World, Tweed Heads South, and Anderson’s Treasure Store, Main St, Murwillumbah.
■ TWEED Palliative Support op shops require strong, active volunteers to help in the pick-up of items, including furniture. Phone Edna on 0417 060 085.
■ POTTSVILLE Community Dunecare meets every Monday from 7–9am for regular working bees. For details, phone Bill Hoskins
0431 712 726.
■ POTTSVILLE and District Men’s Shed is open to members and new members every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am–12.30pm at the Black Rocks sports field. Phone Michael 0448 545 503 or Leighton 0467 032 881.
■ A LADIES’ breakfast will be
held at St Cuthbert’s Anglican Church hall, cnr of Florence and Powell Sts, Tweed Heads, today at 8.30am. Guest speaker is Pam Fontainas, who recently returned from volunteering on the Mercy Ship Africa Mercy in Cameroon, Senegal and the Canary Islands. A very enlightening presentation. Cost is $10. Phone Desley on 07 5513 1475 or office 07 5536 1060 to book.
■ THE Caldera Country Music Club’s next session is on Sunday, November 11, from noon and the event is shaping up to be yet
another huge afternoon at South Tweed Sports Club. The event starts at noon and is free. If you want to sing with a professional band, just bring along three chorded charts. Phone Gail on
0419 282 471.
■ TWIN Towns and District Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, November 13, at South Tweed Sports Club, Minjungbal Drive, South Tweed, in the downstairs auditorium. This month’s guest speaker is Shelley Gilbert demonstrating her beeswax wrap products. The hall opens at 8.30am. The general meeting starts at 10am. Cost is $4 entry fee, paid at the door, plus there will be raffles, lucky door prizes and much more. Phone Monika Ross
0412 638 373.
■ TWEED Gold Coast Family History Association’s next meeting is at South Tweed Sports Club, Minjungbal Drive, Tweed Heads South, on Tuesday, November 13, at 1.30pm. This month we are demonstrating the latest Family Treemaker 2017. The talk will be 90 minutes. For information, phone Lloyd on 5525 0354.
■ TWIN Towns Evening VIEW Club’s next meeting is on Wednesday, November 14, at 6.30pm. To be held in the Blue Room of Tweed Bowls Club. This month will be a trading table. To book, phone Trudy 07 5524 1770.
■ NSW Trustee and Guardian is making it easier for locals with a Plan Ahead Day in Tweed Heads on November 22 at Tweed Heads Court House, 52 Recreation St, Tweed Heads. A Plan Ahead Day enables people to make or update their will or power of attorney documents with expert help from NSW Trustee and Guardian. To book, phone 1300 721 872 or book online at www.tag.nsw.gov.au/ planahead.
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SUPPORT: In just two months, Tweed City Coles and its customers have contributed more than $15,000 to the Country Women’s Association of NSW to help drought-affected farmers. With Coles matching every donation dollar-for-dollar during August and September, Tweed City customers have helped raise more than $2,836,000 in the state.