Weekly Update W/E 23/8/2019

Apologies for the late Weekly Update, the keyboard was frozen…doesn’t look like we’ll be sunbaking this week.

Annual General Meeting – Wednesday 18 September at 5.30pm

  • All Financial Members (and recently lapsed Financial Members) have been sent invitations to renew their Financial Membership
  • 2019-2020 Financial Membership is necessary to nominate to be on the KNH Board and to vote for potential Board Members at the AGM,
  • Our Constitution allows for nominations of potential Board Members until 10 days prior to the AGM, which this year means nominations close for KNH Board Members close on 4th September at 4.00PM.
  • Please ensure your financial membership is renewed before the AGM to enable you to vote and elect KNH Board Members.

If you have any questions about the AGM, Financial Membership or becoming a KNH Board Member please let us know.  You can also speak to Eddie (KNH Vice President) on 0488 384 107 or call in on Wednesdays to talk to him.

Peace Education Program – continuuing today at 2pm

Helen reprises the world renowned Peace Education Program today at 2.00pm.

The program was created and developed from Prem Rawat’s (Global Peace Ambassador) talks.

The program has made a significant and lasting difference to many people coping with pressures and challenges of the modern world we are living in.

The program is free to attend however pre-registration is advised.  E hhuss2@yahoo.com P 03 6229 8141

For further information please click here or to see a trailer click here.

ySpace Youth Activities Program today at 3pm

YsPACE Youth Activities Program returns to Kingston Neighbourhood House this week, hosted by Sarah Johns from Kingborough Council and ably assisted by Karen and Mel (KNH Volunteers).

Today’s activities are creating clay models.  The program welcomes children aged 10-17 so please tell anyone who may be interested.

Thought for the week

Its’ a good day to have a good day

Events

Visit the event calendar for a full list of this week’s events.

As always, please feel free to contact us to suggest ideas, raise any issues or discuss concerns – our community values your feedback.