Worries and Wattle

Sherylyne Moran – TCC Coordinator
Wattle is blooming, and what a beautiful sight that is. So beautiful that it has taken me 10 years in my workplace to realise that the Thurgoona Community Centre has several in the back yard ...
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/ / Resources


Diane Martin
By the time we reach a certain ‘age’ marked by many experiences, life has taught us a lot. We have learnt;
the skills of adaptability;
lessons on how to progress to allow for change;
how to be ...
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/ / Volunteering

Cold Concrete a “Bummer” for Seniors.

Diane Martin Out and About After the COVID-19 shutdown, we are now encouraged to spread our wings and share time with friends and family.
Being of a certain senior age, it feels safer to be starting these early steps back ...
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3 tips to Staying Sane whilst Home Schooling during the Covid-19 crisis.

Samantha Neall, TCCs Little Kidlets Coordinator Six months ago I would have been craving for a few days being stuck at home, dreaming of lazy afternoons on the couch watching movies with the kids, family board game nights and baking ...
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/ / Community

The Little Park and the story of a big Thurgoona war hero

Have you ever wandered past a monument or ‘secret stone’ dedicated to some soldier or war event that you either dismissed or just wondered what it was all about? You look at the name, you sight the collection of odd ...
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/ / 5 minute read, History

Home Schooling (Home Skilling) Reality

The initial COVID isolation period with my two girls at home with me, has been an absolute jumble of sadness, confusion, anxiousness, stress, and joy. Sadness for all the missed opportunities over the coming months. A Christening that would have ...
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/ / 2 minute read, Resources