Vol 16 No. 8 Sep 2011
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Seniors Week 2011 Competition Winner
In a Podiatrist's office
There once was a religious young woman who went to Confession. Upon entering the confessional, she said, 'Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned.'
The priest said, 'Confess your sins and be forgiven.'
The young woman said, 'Last night my boyfriend made mad passionate love to me seven times.'
The priest thought long and hard and then said, 'Squeeze seven lemons into a glass and then drink the juice.'
The young woman asked, 'Will this cleanse me of my sins?'
The priest said, 'No, but it will wipe that smile off of your face.'
Internet Hire (Seniors Citizens Hall)
The Maryborough and District Committee on the Ageing Inc.
|Vice President:||Lex Tudman|
|Project Coordinator:||Ann-Maree Hasselbach|
On behalf of the MaDCOTA, I would like to thank Ann McLaney for her efforts over the past decade as she steps down from the Secretary role.
For 40 years MaDCOTA has had one Treasurer and her name is work-a-holic Donna Suter. Donna has stepped down from the Treasurer's role, however, she has now taken on the Secretary's role.
I would like to welcome Barbara Rogers to the Treasurer's role and look forward to working with her over the next twelve months.
Positive Attitude + Active Mind = Healthy Body
Feeling safe in your own home is essential to your well being.
What Can You Do:
Arthur and Margaret Ewers are holding a picture she painted and displayed at Fairhaven Seniors Weeks Open Day with Ann-Maree Hasselbach.
Margaret is also one of MaDCOTA's volunteer readers for the Talking Newspaper for impaired persons.
The "Oracle" (Talking Newspaper) – for print impaired person. News from the Fraser Coast Chronicle is recorded onto CD's by volunteers and posted to clients every Wednesday, courtesy of Australia Post.
If you require any information about this service or know of someone who would benefit 41 23 15 54 Ann-Maree (Project Coordinator)
I had a rose named after me and I was very flattered.
But I was not pleased to read the description in the catalogue "'No good in a bed, but fine against a wall."
The Taylor Street Community Legal Service is a non-profit community service which provides free non discriminatory legal advice to socio-economically disadvantaged people on the Fraser Coast. Advice is free and all consultations are private and confidential. However due to limited resources and time, there is a maximum of 20 minutes for each consultation.
This Service is available on Wednesdays commencing at 5 p.m. by appointment only at the Maryborough Neighbourhood Centre, 25 Ellena Street.
|Maryborough||41 21 21 41||Maryborough Neighbourhood Centre|
|Tiaro||41 29 24 53||Tiaro Library|
On a Plumber's truck
"Don't sleep with a drip.
Call your plumber."
Fashions by Noni B
|Date:||Wednesday, 14 September, 2011|
|Venue:||St Mary's Parish Hall, Bazaar Street, Maryborough|
Flag Board, Lucky Door Raffles etc.
Come and join us and have a lot of fun, luscious homemade Morning Tea
|Subject:||Free Digital TV Information Seminar|
|Date:||Tuesday 20 September 2011|
|Venue:||Senior Citizen Centre|
Followed by Seniors Monthly Concert
Afternoon Tea supplied
|Date:||Friday 23 September, 2011|
|Time:||10.30am and Parade 11.00am|
|Venue:||Granville Sports Club|
|Cost:||$25.00 includes two course sit down meal at 12 noon|
|RSVP:||Wed 14 September 41 23 59 31|
Lucky Door prizes and light entertainment.
There is no "I" in Team!
The Maryborough & District Committee on the Ageing Inc.
Last modified Sep 2011.