Please make an effort to attend the opening of the Kiewa Valley Historical Societies new exhibition titled The First People of the Kiewa Valley & Bogong High Plains. Details below.
Come along to the Shed’s 36th members BBQ Lunch & General Meeting.
Program: BBQ Lunch, lots of socialising and update on Shed construction.
Click [HERE] to view the Victorian Men’s Shed Association Newsletter – February 2015. Checkout page 14… [Dogs for Diggers Program]
1. Shed fundraising — For the last two years the Shed has assisted the Dederang/Mt Beauty Football & Netball Club by collecting their Gate Entry money, for home games. In return they allow us to sell raffle tickets at the gate for a donated trailer load of red-gum wood or a Bunnings sales voucher. Any ticket sales is Shed profit. The committee is seeking a Footy Gate Raffle Co-ordinator and Volunteers for the 9 home games – 5 at Dederang and 4 at Mt Beauty. Volunteers can help for whatever number of games or time commitment they wish. Hours are 7am to 3pm.
— We need HELP with this project —
Please contact the Secretary Ian Howley urgently if you can assist: Tel: (03) 5754 1323, Mob: 0428 500 123 or Email: <secretary@ mountbeautymensshed.org.au>. The first game is 11th April at Dederang.
2. Survey — We are conducting a Survey to gauge the activity interests of members so committee can put in place programs once Shed is operational. Click [HERE – Word version] to download and print off the Survey (once clicked on, the Word file will appear in your Downloads folder or Documents folder or on your Desktop depending on how your computer is set-up). Click [HERE – PDF version].
Next do one of two things:
— Survey needs to be returned by Friday 20th March please —
Are you, or someone you know in remission from cancer or getting ongoing active care? If so we would love to give back to the men of our region who are undergoing treatment.
The day consists of —A delicious lunch then over the course of the afternoon you will be given a chance to learn about fly fishing, cars, wine and more bloke stuff.
Guest Speaker — Geelong Football great Brian Cook CEO of the Cats will be a guest speaker and is sure to entertain.
We hope you can attend and enjoy a fabulous afternoon out with other gentlemen from the region who are also dealing with significant health issues.
Bookings — please call 5756 2356 or email <email@example.com>
P.S. —Transport can be arranged if you need it. Just ask.
Editor’s note: Josh is a member of the Mount Beauty & District Men’s Shed and the committee is keen to help his cause, i.e. ‘Dogs for Diggers Program’, hence this message to encourage members to donate.
Click [HERE] to donate.
Hi my name is Josh and I am raising funds for 15 rescued dogs to become Assistance Dogs to support our serving and ex-serving Australian Defence Force members who are dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD)
I am a returned servicemen who served in Afghanistan. I deployed three times over a period of four years and needless to say, this was extremely tough on myself and my young family. After returning from deployment I realised that I was not coping, and after my wife expressed her concerns, I decided to get help. In August 2013 I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as major depression. This sent our world into a spin.
Come along to the Shed’s 35th members BBQ Lunch & General Meeting.
Click [HERE] to view Shed Slideshows of External & Internal Construction.
Click [HERE] to view the Victorian Men’s Shed Association — January 2015 Newsletter.
Shed Working Bees:
The annual Sweet Valley Sounds event is on again this Saturday 7th February at the Mountain Bike Park above Mt Beauty. The event starts at 11:30am and finishes at 10:30pm.
Like last year the Men’s Shed have again been asked if they can provide supervision between 6:30pm to 10:30pm. The Shed benefits financially by assisting.
We need 8 volunteers (wearing vests) to work in 2 x 2 hour shifts using 4 men per shift. Volunteers can be in attendance the whole time (not just for their shift) if they wish to enjoy the music and entertainment provided (it’s free for us volunteers).
Can you please indicate your availability to Paul L’Huillier by Thursday 5th February. Telephone: 57544554, Mob: 0400 056 247 or Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Please indicate which shift i.e. one or both: Shift #1: — 6:30pm to 8:30pm OR Shift #2: 8:30pm to 10:30pm. First shift will meet at the entrance at 6:15pm for a briefing.
On Sunday morning the organisers would appreciate some extra help in dismantling the facilities. If you can assist please indicate this to Paul L’Huillier. Again, the Shed benefits financially by assisting.