Short words by bob ant

Greetings all.  Following on from our Polio Plus night, Merinda and I attended a live performance of Janis Joplin Pearl at the Kinema, brought to Narooma by Twisted Productions aka Tim and Fiona. It is fantastic to have people in our community who are giving us the chance to catch quality shows and concepts and they deserve all our support.

The markets roster is being circulated. It is going to be busy and we need as many hands on deck as possible.

Race day raffle tickets are on the way. We need to get organised quickly to sell these. I’d like everyone to put aside an hour or two selling tickets rather than buying the book yourself. Please by Thursday check your diaries and let’s lock it in. We will also need sales points at these markets.

This week Charmaine is taking us on a journey through the East Timor dental program. Her work with children and locals. Bring your partners for this fascinating insight.

You may remember Tim Dunkleberg our last exchange student.

Tim applied to go to Uni in Latvia, to become a famous doctor. He has been accepted and here is an extract from his letter:

“The university just accepted me as one of their future medical students, starting in January!
My Parents and I already had a quick look around over a Weekend.
The City is amazing! Stuffed with old but renovated houses and romantic little restaurants.
After Christmas I will go once again to show everything to my girlfriend and start looking for a flat,
which are soooo cheap compared with German university towns and pretty much free if compared to a flat in Sydney.”

Since finishing High School he has lived in South America and Spain working with the underprivileged.


Have a great week, may the rain stop for a while.