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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 6th 2009
14 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 7, 2009 MB 1a Marlborough Street, Drummoyne NSW 2047 Tel 9911 6555 Fax 9911 6550 www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au INFORMATION FROM YOUR COUNCIL Mayor Angelo Tsirekas with Doungporn Rittavorn from Thai Beauty in Drummoyne. Wellness Week is back for 2009 and will be held from 18-24 May. Wellness Week provides a wonderful opportunity for our community to work toward improving personal wellness while participating in fun, educational and healthy activities. A fantastic program has been arranged this year including free activities and seminars from local practitioners, a health forum on depression and anxiety, an author talk focused on weight management and many specials and discounts. The Wellness Week guide is out now and is available in the latest edition of Bayside Brief and can be downloaded from Council's website. Wellness Week is your chance to try a new tness activity or health service. I encourage our community to get involved and take a positive step to health and wellbeing. Concord Library turns one this month and to celebrate, Council is holding a party on Monday, 11 May at 3.45-5pm. Bring the kids for an afternoon of fun and games. If you haven't had a chance to see our wonderful library, now is the time to come and visit. I am very pleased to announce the of cial opening of the City of Canada Bay Museum on Saturday, 16 May at 11am. This is a collaborative project with Concord Heritage Society, Drummoyne Historical Society and vital imput from members of our community. The collection will evolve constantly as we continue to capture stories and information about our City. For further details and to RSVP for the opening contact Council on 9911 6580 by 13 May. Mayor Angelo Tsirekas City of Canada Bay Mayor's message Wellness Week Community Grants Program Tender - Electrical and Lighting The City of Canada Bay provides non- recurrent nancial assistance to non-pro t community groups and organisations that operate services or conduct activities of bene t to residents within the Canada Bay local government area. Applications are now invited for the 2009/10 Community Grants Program. All applications will be assessed on their individual merit. Applications that help ful l the outcomes of Council's FuturesPlan20 will be highly regarded. Program guidelines and application forms are available from Council's website at www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au or contact Council's Community Services team on 9911 6580. Applications close on Friday, 29 May 2009. City of Canada Bay is seeking Tenders from suitably quali ed and experienced specialist lighting and electrical contractors and/or companies for the Electrical and Lighting Upgrade at Drummoyne Oval and Taplin Park, Drummoyne. Tender documents are available for a non- refundable fee of $65 (including GST) from the Customer Service Centre at Canada Bay Civic Centre, 1A Marlborough Street, Drummoyne, between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday. A Pre-Tender Brie ng will be held on site at 10am on Thursday, 14 May to provide information to prospective contractors and/ or companies. All prospective contractors and/or companies are strongly encouraged to attend. In the preparation of the tender, contractors and/or companies are required to submit Return Schedules together with any other documents, information and details necessary to make their tender complete. Submissions should be placed in the tender box located at Canada Bay Civic Centre. Envelopes containing submissions should be sealed and clearly marked as "Electrical and Lighting Upgrade at Drummoyne Oval and Taplin Park, Drummoyne, Tender Number 2009-CP06". Submissions close 2pm on Wednesday, 3 June. Further information may be obtained by contacting Peter Whitney, Capital Project Manager on 9911 6426 between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday. Busy lives lead to unhealthy eating and a lack of physical activity. Wellness Week is an opportunity to start managing your lifestyle. It is so important to invest in our health and wellbeing to avoid damaging our mind and bodies and ensure future wellbeing. Determining where you stand is easy. You can measure your waist as a simple check or determine your Body Mass Index (BMI). City of Canada Bay is supporting the Measure Up campaign, a government initiative, by encouraging residents to adopt healthy eating habits and increase their level of physical activity. For further information visit www.measureup.gov.au. Wellness Week is a chance for our community to get involved and get active. With a fantastic range of activities on offer, now is the time to make that rst step toward a healthier and more active life. The Wellness Week 2009 guide is available now and includes a full list of activities and events on offer. Author talk Health forum - depression Shamala Ratnesar is a leading dietitian, author and speaker. She runs a clinical nutrition and lifestyle practise called the Total LIFE Diet Centre in Concord and is passionate about helping people lead long, healthy and happy lives. Shamala will share weight-loss solutions on Tuesday, 12 May at 6.30pm at Concord Library. To reserve your place book online at Council's website or contact the library on 9911 6210. A panel of experts will lead a health forum on depression and anxiety and approaches to treatment at Concord Hospital on Wednesday, 20 May at 6.45pm. This is a free event however bookings are essential at www.wellnessweek.info or contact Council on 9911 6555 for further details.
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