EDEN COMMUNITY CHIT CHAT
Eden Cash Mob
Saturday, February 10, was Eden’s 26th Cash Mob, with Cash Mob now in its third year. It was great to see some new faces join in the mission to help support local retailers.
The business we mobbed was Eden Under the Covers. Owner Tammy O'Malley was honoured to be hosting the mob and was able to showcase her new lines of giftware and soaps, there were also some great specials on offer.
One thing Tammy wanted to say is that she loves being part of retail in the local area and is so grateful for the wonderful support the shop has received since opening 20 months ago. All shoppers walked away with a gift.
Morning tea was enjoyed at Picken Chicken, Terrianne Jarvis was kept busy on the coffee machine and had a coffee and cake deal. They also would like to thank everyone for their support all year round.
Laura won Roses Property Management voucher and Greg Won the Our Eden voucher but thought Zoe could shop better than himself.
Hope to see you all on March 10 to support the next Cash Mob.
Killer Whale Museum
The next meeting of the Friends of the Eden Killer Whale Museum will be held at 9 a.m. on 21st February 2018 at the museum. All welcome.
Meet and Munch
The next luncheon will be held at the Eden Fishermen’s Recreation Club on Thursday the 22nd February at 12 Noon.
There is no need to ring. Just turn up.
Eden’s wonderful, small community market is always held on the third Saturday of each month, no matter what the weather. We encourage our local people to display their wares.
Includes local produce, toys and games for every age, books, glorious books, beautiful alpaca hand knitted items, DVDs, bric a brac and lots of food. Don't forget the to check out the gorgeous jewellery and all this with entertainment too.
The next market is being held on Saturday, February 17 from 10am until 2pm. Held behind the Uniting Church, Chandos Street, Eden
Rotary Local Heroes
This week's Rotary Local Heroes with Colin Dunn, at 8.30am features Wendy Hubbard, who is the manager of Southern NSW Local Health District. Wendy will be talking about the Bega and Pambula hospitals among other things.
At 10am Colin will be joined by Greg Madden, a former AFP officer and now Men's Shed regular.
Tune in to Sapphire FM 97.5, your local community radio.
Free legal advice
A solicitor from Shoalcoast Community Legal Service will be available by appointment on the following dates and locations:
Wednesday, February 21, 9.30am–11.30am at the Tura Marrang Library and Community Centre, 12.30pm–3.30pm at the Eden Access Centre.
For further information or to book an appointment, freecall 1800 229 529.
Programs and partnerships officer at the Bega Valley Shire Library, Scott Baker, said that the library is looking for more volunteers for the district’s home library service.
The service provides library materials to residents who are house-bound for medical reasons and who are unable to visit a library; without volunteers this service would just not happen.
Full training and ongoing support is provided for home library volunteers, which involves selecting materials, delivering them to a client and collecting them for return. Normally, three hours once a month is required.
To find out more about volunteering or if you would like to use the home library service, please email Scott Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 6499 2172.