Eden Chit Chat: Community notices for the Magnet, August 9

Thirty-five people joined Eden's latest Cash Mob, which dropped by Eden Antiques and Collectables.
Thirty-five people joined Eden's latest Cash Mob, which dropped by Eden Antiques and Collectables.

Cash mob

Eden’s 31st Cash Mob dropped by Eden Antiques, Collectables and Old Wares. It was a fantastic trip down memory lane for some, while others found new treasures. You will find everything from candle stick holders to lip balm, an old vintage kid’s car to crystal bowls. If there is something in particular you are looking for Jason and Eric will try and source it for you.

Jenny shopped today thanks to Roses Property Management, Eden Realty contributed to Sophie-Ella, Nicole and Chelsea’s shopping, first time mobber Elaine along with regular Sharon are off to the Golden Ocean Chinese for a meal, Eden Spa and Beauty’s voucher was won by Catherine and Sophia will treat herself while shopping at Eden IGA while Viviene and Janet are buying themselves something new thanks to Simply Irresistible.

With Corey on the grill a delicious morning tea was enjoyed at Eden Fish and Chips. Chris had made some home-made melt in your mouth Greek treats which were popular with a coffee. Thanks for opening early for us. If you didn’t make it on Saturday don’t forget to call in and support these two businesses. The next Cash Mob will be Saturday, September 8, at 10am.

Meet & Munch

Friends of Meet and Munch will be meeting for lunch at the Great Southern Inn on Thursday, August 23, at noon. Contact person is Daphne, phone 0456 125 760.

Science Week Story time

The Eden Library will be hosting a special Science Week Story time on Thursday, August 16,  at 10.30 am.  We will be working with Collecting and Classifying kits that we have been sent from the Little Bang Discovery Club which is an initiative of the Children’s Discovery Museum, as well as reading some science related storybooks.

RSPCA Trivia Night

Members of the Sapphire Coast Branch, RSPCA NSW  are busy preparing for their annual trivia night to be held on Saturday,  August  25, at Club Sapphire, Merimbula.

The trivia night commences at 7pm for a 7.30 start and tickets are available from Club Sapphire for individuals or tables of eight people. Members will be out and about selling tickets in a raffle which will be drawn on the night. 

This is one of the major fundraisers for the local branch which runs a re-homing program for cats and kittens and meets regularly to promote animal welfare in the area.

 For more information or to inquire about becoming a member or volunteer call 0419 267 799

Meals on Wheels volunteers needed

Due to illness and some volunteers leaving town, the Eden volunteers of Meals on Wheels have five vacancies. Two are needed on the first Wednesday of the month, two on the third Tuesday of the month, and one on the second Thursday.

It will only take approximately one hour to deliver food to the clients, food is fresh and hot packed in thermal bags for delivery.  You will need to fill out an application form and be subject to a police check at no cost to the individual. Contact the Bega office, Natalie 6492 4146, or  Sharyn in Eden on 6496 1550 (not after 3pm).

Wyndham trivia and regifting night

Book your table now for the next big Trivia Night in Wyndham on Saturday, August 11 by calling Yvonne on 6494 2443. Entry is $10 per person with a maximum of eight per table, or just find a spot on the night. Raid that piggy bank and bring along some gold coins as well for the fun games between rounds.

This event is going to have a “regifting” theme where you pass on an unwanted gift at the door towards the winners prize and in return, you receive a ticket in the draw for the fabulous lucky door prize filled with the best of Wyndham’s products and services.

The only rule is, do not go out and buy a gift, rather “regift” and pass it on!

Proceeds to the Pretty Point Bridge Fund.

Come and Yarn with us

South Coast Police District Police Aboriginal Consultative Committee provides an opportunity for Aboriginal community members to discuss local Aboriginal issues. 

Is your community experiencing issues relating to youth, domestic violence or drugs and alcohol? Or would you like to just come and have a yarn? If so come and have a yarn with us.

Meeting to be held at Campbell Page, Eden on Tuesday, August 21, 10am until 12.30pm.

For further information contact Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer Eddie Moore,  4472 0099, moor1edw@police.nsw.gov.au.

Free legal advice

On Wednesday, August 15, a solicitor from Shoalcoast Community Legal Centre will be visiting Eden to provide free legal advice to women with booked appointments. Shoalcoast is situated in Nowra but is funded to provide free legal services to women living in South East NSW.

Shoalcoast solicitors are experienced in resolving many types of legal problems in most non-commercial areas of law, including consumer credit and debt, family law involving children, Centrelink problems, employment, tenancy issues, power of attorney and guardianship, discrimination and victims compensation for childhood assault, sexual assault or domestic violence.

The next Eden free legal advice clinic is on Wednesday, August 15, 12.30-3.30pm at the Eden Access Centre, corner of Mitchell and Imlay St.

To make an appointment or to make inquiries as to whether Shoalcoast can assist you with your legal problem call 1800 229 529 or 4422 9529. 

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