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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : April 22nd 2009
12 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, April 23, 2009 MB 1a Marlborough Street, Drummoyne NSW 2047 Tel 9911 6555 Fax 9911 6550 www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au INFORMATION FROM YOUR COUNCIL This Saturday, 25 April is Anzac Day. Two events will be held in the City to commemorate and honour those who fought at Gallipoli during World War I. Concord RSL Club will mark the day with a march beginning at 5am at Norman Street followed by a service at the Club at 5.15am. A dawn service is also being held at the Cenotaph outside the Canada Bay Civic Centre, Marlborough Street, Drummoyne at 5.45am. At the conclusion of the service a march will commence from Marlborough Street along Victoria Road to Drummoyne RSL. For further details contact Council on 9911 6555. Don't miss your chance to win a fantastic prize for mum this Mother's Day. Council is giving our younger residents the opportunity to win great prizes. Entry forms are available on Council's website and in the April edition of Bayside Brief, available now. Completed entry forms must be returned to Council by Thursday, 30 April so get your entry in! The Inner West Small Business Expo: Surviving the Crisis is on soon. The Expo will feature key speakers, workshops and consultations. More information is available on Council's website or contact Council on 9911 6555. I encourage our community to take advantage of information and advice aimed at providing assistance in these dif cult nancial times. What Would Your Mother Say! is a women's fashion exhibition developed by local young women with contributions from women across the community. The exhibition is on display at Concord Library until 3 May. Mayor Angelo Tsirekas City of Canada Bay Mayor's message Author talk Small Business Expo Small Business Book Club Composting Awareness The Inner West Small Business Expo: Surviving the Economic Crisis is a two day Expo, to be held on Friday, 1 and Saturday, 2 May and will offer information and advice for local businesses and community members. On Saturday, 2 May the Expo will focus on the local community and Council is holding two workshops at Concord Library aimed at providing assistance in today's tough ecomomic climate. At 10am you can learn about ways to improve your househould budget and investment during the crisis and at 2pm a session on coping with recession and redundancy stress will be held. Both of these workshops are free to attend however bookings are essential. For further information or to book a place at the workshops contact Council's Economic Development team on 9911 6555, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Council's website. City of Canada Bay is celebrating International Composting Awareness Week on Saturday, 2 May. Composting is a great way to divert almost half our household waste from land ll, while also producing fertile organic soil for the garden. Come along to Five Dock Library to learn all about composting and worm farming. There will be fun activities for the kids, seed planting and the chance to win your very own mini worm farm, worm farm or compost bin. Visit the information stall between 10am and 3pm where friendly education of cers will be providing information and tips on everything you need to know about composting and worm farming. Don't miss the worm farming workshops at 11am and 1.30pm. For further information contact Transpaci c Cleanaway Education Team on 9671 9611. Shamala Ratnesar is a leading dietitian, author and speaker who runs The Total LIFE DietTM Centre, a clinical nutrition and lifestyle practice. Before working in the private sector, Shamala was employed in the public hospital system for many years. Shamala specialises in the areas of weight management and prevention and management of diabetes and heart disease and is the author of two books. She is passionate about helping people lead long, healthy and happy lives. Shamala Ratnesar comes to Concord Library on Tuesday, 12 May at 6.30pm to share her weight-loss solutions. This event is free to attend however bookings are essential on 9911 6555. Come along to Council's Small Business Book Club event next month. Building a business is a lot like following a good recipe; identify and gather the best ingredients, blend them together in just the right way using the right methods at the right time in the right order. And if you follow your recipe well you can cook up a highly successful enterprise. How to Bake a Business by Julia Bickerstaff is an easy-to-follow, compact guide that can assist in turning a bright idea into a successful enterprise. Author of How to Bake a Business, Julia Bickerstaff is a leading economist and former consulting partner at Deloitte. She now runs two businesses; The Business Bakery and Butter y Coaching. Julia Bickerstaff comes to Concord Library to speak about her book on Wednesday, 13 May at 6.30pm. For further information or to book, contact Council's Economic Development team on 9911 6555.
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