Coordinator’s News

March 2023

Dear friends and friends I am yet to meet.

SpringDale enjoys a great deal of generosity. The generosity of our community helps us to be able to support the wide range of activities that we are able to offer. When I ask for help with specific things that we need – they roll in. We needed exercise books last year and we are still receiving them with thanks.

We needed walkers to help deliver the Messenger and people stepped forward and are continuing to do so. We needed people to help make Christmas meals and we happily received the right number of volunteers and look forward to giving people more opportunities to help in this way.

The generosity is also balanced with the gratefulness that our community shows everything that our community provides, presents, promotes and delivers.

Over the last few years, we have received many kind donations that we have been able to share with our community. During the last month we received a kind and significant donation of art supplies which has allowed SpringDale to stock its art cupboard and allow many artists to benefit from this donation. Thank you to Pauline and her family for this special gift.

Time and skills are also especially welcomed. When we asked for new ideas for classes, many ideas were generously given and are being developed for next term’s course guide. I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the offerings and the generosity of spirit that accompanies them. We are offering Jam making in a crockpot, we have a new acoustic jamming group starting in May and the offer of Reiki classes from a local Reiki Master.

I love our community and I love what we can do together.

Warm Regards,
Anne Brackley OAM
Chief Enthusiasm Officer & Coordinator
SpringDale Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

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