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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 13th 2009
12 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 14, 2009 MB NEWS Free health forum CANADA Bay Council and Concord Hospital are hosting a free community health forum about depression and anxiety as part of Wellness Week. Depression, anxiety and approaches to treatment will include a range of qualified panellists such as Dr Tuni Bhattacharyya, a consultant psychiatrist, and Regina Lasaitis, a naturopath. The panel will share management and treatment options that are available to achieve a healthy, happy and productive life. The forum on Wednesday, May 20 is at Concord Hospital's Clinical Science Building. To book a seat, visit www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au, call the economic development unit on 9911 6555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Shirts get them talking SCHOOLS and workplaces will be in a blur of flamboyant colours as people turn up the volume for Loud Shirt Day tomorrow (Friday). Loud Shirt Day is an initiative of deaf kids talking to raise awareness and funds for children with a hearing impairment. The money raised will benefit The Shepherd Centre, a non-profit organisation that teaches children with hearing impairments to communicate. To register go to www.loudshirtday.com.au Gentle exercise program PARKLANDS Foundation at Sydney Olympic Park is running a subsidised gentle exercise and get fit program in partnership with Sydney West Area Health Service until June 30. Accredited staff lead participants through a gentle or stronger program of exercises, using stretch bands and light weights. The program aims to help participants with chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes and depression, maintain good balance and flexibility vital to reducing their likelihood of falling. Classes are every Tuesday at 10am at The Educational Centre, Bicentennial Park and sessions cost $7 for pensioners and $8 for non-pensioners. To book phone 9843 3245. Museum officially opens THE official opening of the City of Canada Bay Museum will take place this Saturday at 11am. The museum includes an extensive collection of toys, war memorabilia, fashion, sports and household items. Mayor Angelo Tsirekas has paid tribute to Concord Heritage Society, the Drummoyne Historical Society and other community members who made the museum become a reality. ''It's fantastic to be able to share the history of Canada Bay and I encourage our community to come and visit,'' he said. The official opening will include speeches, group performances and a barbecue. To register to attend, phone 9911 6580. An event will be held at the museum at 11am each day in the first week of opening. The museum is at 1 Bent St, Concord. For opening hours, phone 9744 8528. Volunteers share tales ASHFIELD Council is hosting a global volunteering talk tomorrow (Friday) to mark National Volunteers Week. Find out what you can do to make the world a better place. Return volunteers will share their stories and adventures. A light supper will be provided. The talk will be held from 6pm to 7pm in Ashfield Council Chambers, 260 Liverpool Rd. Quality talks from boys THE annual John Symond All Boys Public Speaking Competition was recently held at Homebush Boys' High School. The adjudicator was very impressed with the quality and the different angles the 22 contestants took towards interpreting the topics. Scott Worthington was the junior champion with Pete Upatising and Alex Filippoy the runners-up. Omar Hosny was highly commended. The senior champion was George Choi with Richard Amarasingham, Satyajeet Marar and Erkan Altun battling for the remaining awards. Aussie Home Loans chief executive officer and former Homebush Boys' student, John Symond, provided trophies, cash prizes, the adjudicator fees and gourmet pizza for all participants. *1. 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