Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Community Information Network

By Tando Mfengwana
08 May 2007

# False Bay College will be having an Open Day on Wednesday 16 May. Three campuses will be open from 09:00-16:00 and showcase the different programmes that the college offers. Campuses are located in Muizenberg, Khayelitsha and Westlake. Entrance is free of charge and is open to any member of the public. School groups can book a visit by calling Jeanne or Colleen on 712-1080. For more information visit our website on http://www.falsebaycollege.co.za/

# St Luke’s Hospice West Coast is in urgent need of volunteers to help man the shops in Milnerton and Table View. They also need donations of clothing, bric-a-brac and furniture that are in good condition. Used Christmas cards will be welcomed. For more details call Carol on 021 557 8925.

# The Rape crisis Cape Town Trust in Observatory is holding its annual training course for new volunteer counsellors from Saturday May 12 to Saturday June 23. The course will run from 1pm to 4pm during the week with first and last sessions on Saturdays. Applicants should be over 21 and live near Observatory, or have their own transport. Email Tessa on tessa@rapecrisis.org.za or call 021 447 9762 for more details about the course.

# Imperial Primary school will host its annual carnival on Friday and Saturday, May 11 And 12. The Miss Carnival Competition for the seniors will take place on Friday and the juniors on Saturday. Tickets cost R8 for adults and R5 for children. Vocalists or dance groups who would like to perform at the carnival can contact the school on 021 376 1105 or fax on 021 376 3223.

# The Netcare group of hospitals will be administrating vaccinations against polio and measles to pre-school children at Netcare Stork’s Nest clinics as well as Medicross and prime cure facilities, free of charge. Between Monday 7 and Friday May 11 vaccinations against measles while polio vaccinations will be available from Monday June 11 to Friday June 15. All babies and children from birth to five years will be vaccinated, even if they have been vaccinated before. There are clinics in Tokai, Parow, Kenilworth and Table View. For more information, call 021 554 9000.

If you have any information for the CIN team regarding events happening 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.

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