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This is an exceptional opportunity to be part
of the Silverwater team on Phillip Island.
We are currently looking to employ a
full time 1st or 2nd year
to join the Silverwater Resort kitchen
brigade. Award pay rates apply to all
Please send applications to:
or for more information please
call 5671 9300.
Looking for an exciting
We currently have an exciting job opportunity for a
Senior Planning Engineer to join our Eastern
regional project team.
• SENIOR PLANNING ENGINEER
(Job No. 006IK)
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job number: 006IK. Applications
close on 30 April 2017.
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We are seeking a full time Go Kart Attendant
to assist with the day to day operations of the
Duties include customer service, track
marshalling, maintaining kart and venue
presentation and general duties.
A positive and enthusiastic approach is
essential along with a strong work ethic.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to
work under pressure in a team environment is
This position will include working event
weekends along with the seasonal operating
requirements of the business.
Please email resume and covering letter to
enquires on 5952 2710.
Applications close Monday May 1, 2017
(Tuesday - Saturday)
AGA is seeking
Boilermaker, Electrical, Plumbing
& Carpentry Apprentices
to work within the South Gippsland region.
This is a great opportunity to start your career, be trained
by industry experts and gain a nationally recognised
Completion of a pre-apprenticeship is highly regarded,
however not essential.
Close date Friday, April 28, 2017.
Apply online at: www.aga.com.au
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Community House News...
Adult education at the Jean Melzer Centre
Bass Coast Adult
TERM 2 is now underway and BCAEC is
looking forward to some great new courses.
In addition to the regular Food Safety Level
1 course, which is essential for anyone work-
ing in food service, Food Safety Level 2 is
also being offered this term.
The Level 2 course is for kitchen managers
and proprietors. It can be done as a stand-
alone course or as part of a full Certificate in
Hospitality course. The Responsible Service
of Alcohol and Gambling courses are also
coming up soon.
For more information on any of BCAEC’s
courses and services, visit www.basscoast-
adulted.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
IT MAY have been school holidays for the
past two weeks, but gardens never take a
holiday, so the volunteers have still been do -
ing their regular activities. Following some
recent harvests, they have been cutting back
old growth, spreading compost and generally
getting the garden bed into autumn mode.
The BCAEC Horticulture class has also
been busy in the garden and it’s a pleasure
for the Community Garden groups to have
Join in any Thursday from 10am to noon
to get involved, view the garden area, or
learn more. Contact wonthaggicommunity-
ANOTHER new class beginning in U3A’s
Term 2 will be ‘Great Authors of the Western
Literary Tradition, 19th and 20th Century’ ,
to be presented by Val Vertigan, already well
known to those who have attended the art
courses presented by husband Rob, with
Val’s tireless assistance.
This new course will be held weekly on
Thursdays, 11am to 12.45pm in the Garden
Room, finishing in time for attendees to grab
a sandwich and tea/coffee before moving on
to Lyn Street’s popular and sometimes ir-
reverent ‘Words’ session on alternate Thurs-
The new course, based on a Great Course
video presentation, will begin mid-term, on
Thursday, May 18.
Poets, novelists and playwrights will be dis-
cussed - their literary work, their lives and
the times in which they lived. Val can be con-
tacted on 5674 1415 and email@example.com
For details regarding U3A activities and
courses, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au or
www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or tele-
phone 5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
ONE of the great things about having sev-
eral groups using the Jean Melzer Centre is
the ability for students in one group to dis-
cover the others.
Recently a new student in BCAEC’s mi-
grant English classes expressed an interest
in woodworking. So after class, the teacher
took him over to the Woodcrafters’ shed to
introduce him to the group and what they
do. A week later, he was attending his first
For information about joining the Wood-
crafters, visit www.wonthaggiwoodcrafters.
com.au or drop in to the workshop.
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre (Mitchell House)
EVENTS and courses new and old crowd
the calendar this second term.
Here are just some of the events
THE Harvest Garden Group starts on
Wednesday, April 19, 10am to 1pm. They
will attend to the garden beds but will not
have access to the Community Shed as it is
set for an upgrade and as such will be closed
for about four weeks (with luck).
Therefore groups and courses which use
this space will be put on hold.
YEARS Ahead Seniors Road Safety is on
Wednesday, April 26 from 10am to 11am.
Come along to the free one hour RACV road
safely awareness presentation for senior
It will cover topics such as the effects of
medication on driving and tips on choosing
a safe vehicle.
Police will be at the session to provide lo-
cal information and advice on driving in and
around Bass Coast Shire. Book early to en-
sure a place on 5672 3731.
CHRONIC Pain Support Group is on Thurs-
day, April 27 at 1pm. Is chronic pain becom-
ing an isolating factor to your life? Come and
learn some pain management techniques
from St Vincent’s Hospital handbook ‘How
to Manage Your Pain’, hear guest speakers
on topics including meditation and diet and
share in the social support. All welcome.
YOUR Experience Counts!: If English is
your second language and you would like to
share what is important to you and your fam-
ily when moving to a new area come along
on Saturday, April 29 from 10 to 11am. Re-
freshments will be provided.
Your experiences can help Latrobe Com-
munity Health Service assist the Victorian
Government plan ways to make Gippsland
a more welcoming place to live. Please book
on 5672 3731.
THE Alcoholics Anonymous groups meet
on Thursdays from 4.30 to 6pm. Al-Anon’s
helps families and friends of alcoholics to re-
cover from the effects of living with a person
whose drinking is a problem. Call Karen on
0409 354 038 for more information.
Al-Ateen is a fellowship usually of teenag-
ers whose lives have been affected by some-
one else’s drinking. Call Bernie 0412 204
813 for more information.
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is a fellowship
of men and women who share their experi-
ence, strength and hope to help solve their
common problem and help others achieve
Call Bernard 0409 822 036 for more in-
TO become involved at the WNC, or share
your ideas, pop into the house between
9.30am and 3pm Monday to Thursday and
9.30am to 1pm on Fridays.
Milpara Community House
YOGA, Tai Chi and Social Singers all start
back this week at Milpara in Korumburra
and there’s room for new participants.
Milpara’s English and Maths class is a
great way to brush up on your skills at your
Perhaps you need to sit an entrance exam
or would just like to improve your reading
and writing - this class is friendly, support-
ive and meets on Mondays.
Is English your second language? Learn
English classes are on Wednesday mornings
and Speak English classes are on Thursday
afternoons or evenings.
This Saturday, April 22, don’t miss a
wonderful opportunity to attend a fantastic
workshop, Introduction to the Science and
Practice of Mindfulness & Compassion.
John would like to share his experience
Depending on interest this workshop may
follow on with a weekly Mindfulness group
meeting on Thursday evenings.
The fortnightly evening Jewellery Beading
class commences on Monday, April 24. It al-
ternates with the Tuesday afternoon group
starting May 2.
A new workshop to Milpara, Chinese
Dumplings – Learn to make your own, will
be held on Friday, April 28.
Why not try Milpara’s Thursday Creative
Writing classes where you will learn new
skills and refine old ones. Everyone has at
least one great tale to tell. Turn your story
into great fiction, poetry or even a memoir
which will keep your reader turning the pag-
For more information call 5655 2524.
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