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The Board and Management of the Seawinds Community Hub acknowledges that it stands on the land of the Bunurong/Boon Wurrung people, the Traditional Custodians of this land. We pay our respects to them, their culture and their elders, past, present and emerging.

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Board Members – seeking Expression of Interest

The Seawinds Community Hub Board are looking for a new Chairperson and a Treasurer and we are hoping that a member of your practice would be interested in joining the Board in either of these roles or a general board member.

Our management and support team consists of a Centre Manager, and Manager of the Early Learning Centre (providing both kindergarten and childcare) with support provided by a receptionist /admin assistant and bookkeeper.

A detailed knowledge of community hubs is not necessary; however, a sense of community service would be advantageous.  These positions would expose your practice to the community as well as expanding the members own range of contacts.

The positions are honorary and monthly Board meetings are held on a Tuesday after working hours.  Previous Board experience would be useful, our Board manual will provide you with an overview of the organisation and includes our policies and procedure and in addition Seawinds will arrange seminars on governance issues.

If you are interested in joining the Seawinds Board please contact Robert Barnes, Deputy Chair on 0412 548 920 / rwbarnes12@gmail.com.  Alternatively Philip Hedley, Interim Treasurer on 0418698621 / philip.hedley@bigpond.com

Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea
Monday 16th May @10.30am $15pp includes morning tea

All proceeds go to Cancer Council Research

Let’s come together and raise our cups to support the fight against Cancer for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. Every year this event makes a significant difference in the lives of Australians affected by Cancer and every dollar raised helps fund the Cancer Council’s life-saving research, prevention and support programs.

In line with Neighbourhood House Week – ‘Building resilience by bringing people together’ join us with special guest Nicole Battle, CEO of Neighbourhood Houses Victoria who will discuss the impacts on loneliness and how Neighbourhood Houses can improve people’s access to social connections and improve personal health and wellbeing!

Nicole has a background in social work, she has seen firsthand the negative impacts of social isolation and loneliness and is a strong advocate for the power of community connection. In recent years, her family has also been touched by cancer, with her mum successfully overcoming both breast cancer and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

Come and share a delicious morning tea, great fun, entertainment and laughter.

Bookings are essential for catering purposes. Book online.

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