Friday, January 12, 2007

Community Infomation Network

By Chanel September
12 January 2007

# Unemployed people aged 22 years and over can apply for the Ottery-based Lorga community Skills Training Centre courses in basic plumbing, basic electrical and welding. Applications should be submitted to the Lorga Office at Lafob Building on the corner of First and Klip roads in Grassy Park. It will cost R50 and applications must take their green South African ID books when they apply between 9am and 12:30 pm from Mondays to Fridays.

#Free detoxing, distressing, energising yoga breathing classes at the Kalk Bay community centre every Saturday at 9am for half an hour. For more information phone Glen on (021)788 1260.

# Exercise for over 50s: get fit, have fun to music at the Fish Hoek civic centre main hall from 10am to 11am Tuesdays and Fridays. For more information contact Dee on (021)781 0026 or 082 870 7666.

# Big Brothers Big Sister of South Africa provides mentoring programme for youth in need or at risk, needs adult volunteers to mentor children for an hour a week. Call (021) 551 7996 or email makeadifference@bbbssa


# Donate your bric and brac, toys and anything you no longer need to the Good News charity shop in Station road Fish Hoek. For more details phone (021)782 690 or 072 918 7131


# Cape Town Child Welfare is urgently seeking donations of good quality children’s clothing for children’s aged between 0 and 14 years. Boys’ clothes are urgently required. For more information or to arrange collections contact Melody Volmink at (021)638 3127.

If you have any information for the CIN team regarding events happeining in your community please contact us on (021) 4485450, you can also fax us on (021) 4485451 alternatively email us at news@bushradio.co.za. You can also call us here at bush radio if you have missed any of the numbers mentioned.

1 Comments:

At Saturday, 24 July, 2010, Anonymous Seniors Health said...

Hi. It is interesting to see that your community information network helpsl with the same kinds of problems in South Africa that we have in Australia, and probably in other countries as well. Bored, unemployed teenagers with too much time on their hands... And then there are the baby-boomers like me; we're still working because we can't afford to retire yet. And we are also trying desperately to get more exercise into our lives. Regards, Diane B.

 

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