Shellharbour Civic Centre 76 Cygnet Ave, Shellharbour City Centre
Thursday 20 December 2018 12.00pm – 2.30pm
Lets have lunch together and wrap up the year with a positive and motivating conversation about this great sector with EMILY MESSIEH
Emily is a renowned community connector in our region and Asset Based Community Development advocate and leader.
She has facilitated multiple community projects, conversations and was recognised as the Local Woman of the Year for NSW in 2016. Emily delivers training and workshops on the how-tos of community development, transformation, leadership and gender equality.
We will reflect on what has worked well in 2018, what our goals and dreams are for 2019, and how we can develop to be resilient leaders in our community.
Subsidised cost of only $15 for a delicious grazing lunch and special guest speaker
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We invite you to our 2018 Annual General Meeting on Thursday 13 December 2018, 9.30am for a 10am start at the Ocean Room, The Central, UOW Innovation Campus, Squires Way, North Wollongong.
Jodi Edwards, project leader, will speak about the Budbili Mudjingaal (Possum Rug friends) project and present the first Possum Skin Cloak produced in the region for some time. She will discuss how this project has provided opportunities for young people and community members to work together to re-discover traditional Dharawal stories and practice.