Sumner Bays Union Trust Newsletter March 2012
It’s a beautiful day out there today. I hope you are getting a chance to enjoy it.
Sumner Bays Union Trust’s projects continue as usual. There are one or two events coming up to advertise.
Computing @ Redcliffs: Wednesdays, 10 am – 12 pm, Redcliffs Union Church, Augusta Street.
Lydia MacKinnon is teaching this course. If you or someone you know is keen to learn how to use a computer, let Lydia know by ringing her on 326-5601. Lessons are by booking, $5 per session.
Mini Music Sumner has returned to its old time of 9.30 am on Tuesdays of term time, at the new venue of Sumner Old School Hall on Wiggins Street. Please note that dogs must be tied up out on the street, not on the grounds. Mini Music Redcliffs continues on Thursday mornings at 9.30 am at the Redcliffs Union Church.
Coffee & Conversation Combined Morning Tea with Beryl McCombs Memorial Kindergarten: This is happening on Thursday 5 April, 10.30 am – 12 pm, in the Redcliffs Union Church hall. It’s a lot of fun – the children show us some of what they have been doing.
On the subject of Redcliffs Kindergarten, they are holding their 60th birthday celebration from 3.30 – 5 pm this Friday 30 March 2012. It will double as a farewell to their old munted building. Anyone with any connection to the Beryl McCombs Memorial Kidsfirst Kindergarten is warmly welcome to attend.
Sumner Bays Union Trust is proud to support the Redcliffs Public Library Inc. and their (temporary) rebuild project by assisting the library committee to find funds to bring a temporary building on site at 91 Main Road. Board member Vicki Hyde and I are working on this. In the meantime, Reg Dalley and some volunteers are working on beautifying the library site to make it like a village green.
The Redcliffs Community Shed is rapidly being repaired by a team of local residents with expertise including anything from painting to curtain-making. An old vehicle which requires some panel work will be among the first projects to start work on once the shed is fully operational.
Any news, ideas, thoughts and feedback are always welcome.