Microsoft word - vol. 45 no.20.doc

For People with Physical Disabilities Incorporated from 8.30 a.m. Lions Club of Oatley Festival RAFFLE!!
The raffle tickets are selling quite well with a number of members having returned their ticket butts. Many thanks. Tickets are $2.00 each - 1st prize portable DVD player 2nd prize child’s bike with training wheels 3rd prize hand made woollen rug 4th prize hand embroidered cushion to be drawn at the Association Christmas luncheon.
This is our major raffle for the year and I am sure you will agree they are great prizes. Any
support you are able to offer will be greatly appreciated. If you would like any more tickets
just contact Jenny Chin on 9888 5234 and she will arrange to send them to you.
Ticket butts can be returned to Mrs. Jenny Chin, 2 Salerwong Place, RYDE NSW 2112 12 noon Saturday, September 2
Belgreen 40- 42 Chalmers St, Belmore

Book Club
Maude Chin’s annual visit
Saturday September 2 and October 7
As usual Maude has a very busy schedule, Belgreen 40-42 Chalmers St, Belmore
but has kindly included a visit to Belgreen 10.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
and join the regular group that get together always a popular part of the Association’s for the Book Club. It’s an opportunity to As mentioned last month, to assist in her preparation, it would be helpful to know The September meeting will be somewhat
shorter than usual, as Maude Chin will be
please let me know by ringing Patricia
attending that day around 12 noon.
Byrne 9150 5512.
Wednesday Group
“Beneath the Cassock – The Real Life 10.30 a.m. September 13 and October 11
Vicar of Dibley” by Joy Carroll (2003) Belgreen 40–42 Chalmers St, Belmore
interesting gently told positive story of a (Inspector Gold). Roberta’s memoirs of Daphne Berger on 9718 3678, who co-
persona Roberta portrays in “The Bill”. Management Committee Meetings will
Autobiography Michael Crawford “Parcel 7.00 p.m. Tuesday, September 19
Arrived Safely: Tied With String” published 7.00 p.m. Tuesday, October 17
Belgreen 40- 42 Chalmers St, Belmore
read learning of his personal life, as well as the wonderful talent of the man and the 10.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
Saturday September 23 and October 28
Embroidery Group
Belgreen 40-42 Chalmers St, Belmore
“Follow Your Heart” by Andrew Matthews – Seashell Publishers Australia. This is a Time to get the needles and threads into very easy to read book – not large, but with some very thoughtful philosophies on I must confess the month goes by so quickly - I always mean to do some work in between but situations. Some excellent reflections on before I know it another month has gone by …. those more industrious get work done between times and it’s always great to see If you would like any further information please give Maura Outterside (Co-
ordinator) a call 9718 5803.
At the August meeting a couple of others came along, who have not been for a while Bring your lunch – tea/coffee available. and they are very happy with what they are Coralie Lewin (Co-ordinator) is more than This is also International Day for People 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, September 26
Circuit) presented an interesting evening Belgreen 40- 42 Chalmers St, Belmore
showing a number of new products now available in your local supermarket, and the 1800’s and I am sure the name will be (Belfield) was well attended with 15 people looking for a different venue you may care Products will be available for sale on the percentage of sales will be donated to the There might also be a surprise trivia quiz! Sounds, great and Gary is looking forward South Wales will be holding their Annual and bring someone with you to add to the September at their premises in Glebe. If you wish to make any enquiries about this meeting you can ring PDCN on 9552 1606. Saturday October 21 from 8.30 a.m.
Lions Club of Oatley Festival
each year with a fine array of stalls and Service (NRS) helps people who are deaf, stall – so tell you friends and come along use the telephone. The NRS is a 24 hour, 7 day a week, telephone relay service that enables Australian who are deaf, or have a 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, October 24
Belgreen 40- 42 Chalmers St, Belmore
communicate with anyone who uses a standard telephone and vice versa. Calls within Australia are relayed at no additional Women Association Inc. will be the guest during business hours (AEST). Voice 1800 555 660 Once again, a reminder about the
Christmas luncheon – Sunday
December 3 - 12 noon until 5.00 p.m.
Don’t forget to mark this in your diary so you can be part of the gathering to mark improved health and to Alix and the family ”Earlier this year, Access For All Alliance conducted a consumer survey – The Coralie Lewin had a day surgery visit for a Barriers Confronted by People With Disabilities when they travel on holidays experiencing some pain, but let’s hope it and visit tourist venues – and created a will not be long before she is on the mend. comprehensive report based on the results.” Some of the key finds are summarized within the article. Space does not permit me to provide the details of this Survey, but if you are interested in The following is from an unknown author, obtaining more information contact Access but it was passed on to me - thought you For All Alliance – telephone 07 4125 7771. might enjoy it. “Gotta be over 40”
I would like to take this opportunity to with the same knife and no bleach, but we Balmain Hospital for rehabilitation and has sandwiches were wrapped in wax paper, in a brown paper bag, not in icepack coolers, Daphne Berger had a nasty fall in her local shopping centre recently and thankfully, swimming in the creek instead of a pristine pool (talk about boring), no beach closures I’ve just heard Daphne had a few days in hospital for an unrelated problem. Hope by now, Daphne, you are getting back to your We all played sport, and also did PE… and David & Bev Winter have certainly had having ongoing treatment and this resulted training athletic shoes with air cushion and built-in light reflectors…I can’t recall any Nursing Home. We are really sorry to hear this news - our thoughts are with you and we can only hope you are feeling a little Flunking sport was not an option…even for stupid kids! There were not many fat kids. telephone call from Alix Rainnie last week and sang the National Anthem and got free caught all sorts of negative attention. We rehabilitation. Again, not good news and wore a hat and everything, and she could even give you an aspirin for a headache or front verandah, just before he fell off. allowed to be proud of myself. I just can’t recall how bored we were with computers, Play Station, Nintendo, X-box or 270 digital TV cable stations. It was a neighbourhood run amuck. We climbed trees, rolled down grassy slopes, made dams in the gutter, jumped into privit and sterilization kit when I got that bee hedges…To top it off, not a single person I We played ‘king of the castle’ on piles of from a “dysfunctional family”. How could gravel left on vacant construction sites, we possibly have known that we needed to and when we got hurt, Mum pulled out the liked it better because it didn’t sting like iodine did) and then we got our hair ruffled societal ills, that we didn’t even notice that and got told to get back out there! Now it’s the entire country wasn’t taking Prozac! a trip to the emergency room, followed by a 10-day dose of a $49 bottle of antibiotics, and then Mum calls the Solicitor to sue the Love to all of us who shared this era, and contractor for leaving a horribly vicious pile to all who didn’t sorry for what you missed. We didn’t misbehave at our mate’s house either because if we did, we got our bum Management Committee 2006 –2007
All Correspondence: Hon Secretary 6a Oatley St., KINGSGROVE NSW
All Financial matters to: Hon Treasurer 2 Salerwong Place, RYDE NSW 2112


Hon Secretary/Editor: Patricia Byrne
Email [email protected]
Hon Treasurer:
Vice President
Asst Secretary:
Belgreen Meeting Room (at meeting times only) 02 9759 9061


Microsoft word - ley transparencia y acceso a la informaciÓn pÚblica reformada

LEY TRANSPARENCIA Y ACCESO A LA INFORMACIÓN PÚBLICA REFORMADA CAPITULO I DISPOSICIONES GENERALES ARTÍCULO 1.- NATURALEZA Y FINALIDAD DE LA LEY. Esta Ley es de orden público e interés social. Tiene por finalidad el desarrollo y ejecución de la política nacional de transparencia, así como el ejercicio del derecho de toda persona al acceso a la información pública para

713 3_w418_gb_kent state university_cycling for a cure

What began in 2003 as a weeklong pedaling excursion across the state of Iowa for biking enthusiast Dr. Jay Alberts ended up as more than just a challenge for his athletic abilities. Alberts, a neuroscientist with the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the Center for Neurological Restoration at the Cleveland Clinic, was intrigued by some of the comments made by his dear friend, Cathy, d

Copyright © 2008-2018 All About Drugs