Living Connected: Free Computer & digital device to help for SENIORS – Now available @
Woonona Bulli RSL
Living Connected is a not for profit enterprise aimed at improving the wellbeing of seniors by assisting them to use digital technology.
Living Connected provides a range of personalised, integrated and continuing services to assist seniors with their IT so that they can reap the benefits of the digital world. They currently operate in the Illawarra and the Shoalhaven regions of NSW.
Should you wish to look into how this program can help you, Helen and Kim from Living Connected are available at the Club on the first and third Thursday of the month from 3-5pm.
Living Connected are running free drop-in sessions for seniors who need help with computers, phone and tablets.
For more information -
Download their brochure here: https://livingconnectedweb.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/living_connected_illawarra2018.pdf
For any enquiries and to check times contact:
Phone: 0409 753 808
Or visit their website: http://livingconnected.org.au
Woonona Bulli RSL Club is proudly working with Northern Stars in 2018 to provide the gift of life
swimming skills to local underprivileged children/families in hardship through the Gift of Life Community Alfloat program.
The scholarships run in a two term structure so children receive 20 swimming lessons instead of 10.
This ensures children's swimming skills are stronger and ready in time for the arrival of warmer weather.
This year, the initiative received a record number of applications proving the success of the initiative and the
need for such a program withn our community.
For more information, contact Northern Stars Swim School on 4285 8700.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE SERVICE AVAILABLE AT WOONONA BULLI RSL
If you require the services of a local Justice of the Peace, Garry May OAM is now available between 9.30am and 12pm Monday to Friday.
Please contact the Club on 4284 1577 within the times mentioned above to arrange an appointment.
Within Woonona Bulli RSL there is an association responsible for monitoring and supporting local sport.
This committee is called the Woonona Bulli RSL Sports Council.
There is a raft of sporting clubs being sponsored by the Sports Council. These include both senior and junior sports. Some of the sports involved include Soccer, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Baseball, Cricket, Pony, Netball, AFL , Little Athletics, Dancing, Bowls, and many more.
The Sports Council raises it funds via the raffle on Wednesday nights and allocates funding annually to local sporting groups to assist them in administration, uniforms and other expenses that arise when teams take the field. Come on along and support the raffle - as all proceeds go back to the community.