Coffs Seniors Computer Club Newsletter- June 2021

Coffs Seniors Computer Club Social Outing

Wednesday 7th July

We tour the Blueberry factory at the old Bunnings site on the corner of Englands Road and Isles Drive at 10:00am. Covered in shoes (no thongs or sandals) must be worn and no loose jewellery to be worn. These are safety requirements of the Blueberry factory

Then off to visit the Woolgoolga Heritage Museum 10-12 River Street at 12:00pm.

Afterwards we go across the road to the Sikh Temple for a free vegetarian lunch at 12:30pm (Head to be covered Men and Ladies). Please notify us if anyone has any food allergies.

Please notify Phyllis Taylor by no later than Monday 28th of June if you are coming. Provide your own transport. Anyone who needs a ride to make their own arrangements with other members.

Phyllis’s contact details:

Phone: 6652 9545


Biggest Morning Tea

Our recent Biggest Morning Tea raised a fantastic amount of $550 for the Mid North Coast Cancer Institute. Tomorrow morning (24th) Mary and Phyllis will be presenting a cheque for $550 to the Cancer Institute at Coffs Harbour Hospital.

Today’s meeting (Monday 22nd) Cancelled

Todays meeting of Coffs Seniors Computer Club (Monday 22nd March) has been cancelled due to the on-going heavy rain in the Coffs Harbour area.

Emergency Services are encouraging people to not drive unless absolutely necessary.

There is no need to take unnecessary risks just to attend our meeting

Welcome Morning Tea postponed till 31st March

Our welcome morning tea is being postponed to 31st March due to the very wet weather. Although the forecast for the 24th indicates showers with some sunshine, the ground at the Botanical Gardens will still be very wet. I think we will all be glad to see the end of the rain!!


Welcome Morning Tea

Wednesday 31st March at Coffs Botanical Gardens
Start time: 11:00am
Cost: $10.00 (includes all eats + 2 raffle tickets)

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