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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 1st 2009
14 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 2, 2009 MB 1a Marlborough Street, Drummoyne NSW 2047 Tel 9911 6555 Fax 9911 6550 www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au INFORMATION FROM YOUR COUNCIL Nominations for Council's 2009 Sustainability Awards close at the end of this month. The Sustainability Awards are presented to businesses, community groups and individuals who have achieved economic, social or environmental progress in the City of Canada Bay. Categories include awards for heritage, sustainable, environment, business and more. I encourage our community to have a look at the full award details on Council's website and make a nomination. All award nalists will receive a complimentary ticket to the awards dinner being held in September. Don't forget to get your nominations in before Friday, 24 July. NAIDOC Week 2009 will be held from 5-12 July. NAIDOC is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians in various elds. Council is holding a number of activities to celebrate NAIDOC Week including an of cial launch, art exhibition, special lm screening, author talk and lots more. Further information and full details are available on Council's website or contact Council on 9911 6555. The Great North Road Committee is a new committee which provides a focus for the three commercial precincts along Great North Road - Five Dock, Wareemba and Abbotsford. Council is now seeking nominations from business people in Five Dock, Wareemba and Abbotsford to represent their commercial precincts. This committee will provide a key role in delivering our community's visions as set in FuturesPlan20 for Great North Road. This is your opportunity as a local business person to collaborate with Council and the community on a range of exciting programs. If you would like to be part of this committee or would like further information contact Council's Economic Development team on 9911 6555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. gov.au. Nominations close on Friday, 10 July. Mayor Angelo Tsirekas City of Canada Bay Mayor's message Sustainability Awards Grant funding available Photography exhibition Bay local government area are encouraged to apply for funding to the Community Development and Support Expenditure (CDSE) Scheme. Several local participating/ qualifying Clubs in the area have funding available in the following categories: Application forms are available from www.clubsnsw.com.au or contact your local participating club: All applications must be sent to: CDSE Committee Round one funding closes 10 July 2009. For further information organisations should email@example.com. In association with NAIDOC Week, photography exhibition examining the history of Australia's rst Indigenous urban record label, Redfern Records. Redfern Records was created to bridge the divide between the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and mainstream music industries. The exhibition will include photographs, interviews and historical information and is on throughout July. Applications for Council's 2009 Sustainability Awards are now open. Awards are presented in a number of categories and you can nominate yourself, or someone you know for an award. Full details and application forms are available on Council's website or contact Council on 9911 6555. Applications close Friday, 24 July. The Canada Bay Museum is now open and is located at 1 Bent St, Concord. The museum features an exciting collection that has been sourced from all over the Included in the collection are items that uniquely represent the history of Canada Bay such as Arnott's and Bushells memorabilia. Museum opening hours are Wednesday and Saturday weekly from 10am-4pm. The collection will evolve constantly as stories and information about the City continue to be captured. For further information please contact Canada Bay Museum Author talk Peter Corris, the 'father' of Australian crime ction on Thursday, 16 July at latest book in the Cliff Hardy detective stories, Deep Water. Deep Water is the latest r book in the Cliff Hardy series and continues the thread of the saga. A booking fee includes refreshments. Prepaid booking is essential. For further details please contact the library on 9911 6210. Our libraries offer a range of fun and interesting events for residents. These regular events cater to many different ages and interests. Events in July at Concord on Friday, 24 July, launch of a calligraphy workshop coming up on Saturday, 1 August and the regular readers café at Concord every month at 10am. For further information on any of these events contact the library on 9911 6210. Please note that some fees apply to the workshops listed here.
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