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kitchens & bathrooms
Capeview is the leading manufacturer
and installer of joinery in South
Gippsland and Phillip Island. Due to
continued growth we require the services
of a salesperson to join our team.
Working with existing clients and sourcing
new the role requires a person who can work
through to process from enquiry to providing
details for manufacture.
The preferred candidate will need to
l Outstanding communication skills &
l Ability to prepare initial layouts for
quotation purposes from a client's brief
l Good liaison skills when working with
design team to produce finished drawings
l Good computer skills are required
l Knowledge of joinery materials and
accessories would be an advantage
l Valid driver's license required
The successful applicant will enjoy an
attractive salary, a good working
environment and the opportunity to
undertake ongoing training and career
All applications must be in writing, with
CV & cover letter addressed to:
Capeview Building Products,
PO Box 115, Wonthaggi, 3995
Or email email@example.com
Closing date for applications Friday, May
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St Laurence O'Toole primary school seeks a
suitably qualified and experienced Education
The successful person will be working with a
funded student with complex needs.
For role description and application
forms please email:
St Laurence O'Toole PS has a clear
commitment to the safety, wellbeing and
protection of all children in our care.
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Required for a well established franchise
food outlet in Leongatha.
Must have management qualifications and
minimum 1 year management experience.
Full time position with award salary benefits.
Apply with full resume to:
Required for sub-contract inspections in the
South Gippsland area.
Contact: Building Surveying Services,
295 White Road, Wonthaggi, 3995.
Denis Donohue 5672 1862
or 0418 303 452.
Local Inverloch restaurant is looking to
Experienced chef/ cook willing to work
nights and weekends.
Must be team oriented and dynamic.
Applicant must be able to carry out all
commercial kitchen duties.
Experienced kitchen hand required to work
nights and weekends. Must be able to
operate commercial dishwasher.
Part time/casual (Minimum one 8 hr shift/week)
To head a team of support workers for
a gentleman living in Venus Bay, with
high support needs and epllepsy. Good
observation skills, hands on personal care
and support in the community required.
Enquiries to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 0417 572 475
Complete jobs listing online:
Community House News
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
THE Harvest Centre is closed for maintenance
however we expect it to re-open soon. If your
activity is due to start at the beginning of May,
check with WNC beforehand.
EMBROIDERY Machine Group is on Tuesday,
May 2, 10am to 3pm. Do you have an embroi-
dery machine and want to get together with like-
minded, skilled people, or have one you haven’t
tried yet and would like some mentoring? Then
come along to this new group and create some
MEDITATION Practise: Tuesday, May 2,
2-4pm. Learn to relax and meditate in a gentle
way. Join a small and informal group who meet
weekly. Call 5672 3731 to book.
SOUND Therapy - Relaxing Sound Bath is on
Wednesday, May 3, 6-7pm. Sound has been used
as an effective tool for healing for thousands of
years. A voice sound bath is a combination of
vowel and tonal sounds sung to bathe the body
at cellular level. Call sound therapist Nicky on
0457 173 782 for more info or to book.
BANDJAM/Hotrock/Blues/Chill: This is a
workshop in the many roles of being in a band
such as performance skills and improvisation.
All you need is an intermediate level of musical
ability and the keenness to give it a go. Wind,
keyboard, guitar/bass, drummers and percus-
sionists are welcome. It will suit ages 14-24
years. It’s at the Harvest Centre Shed on Thurs-
day, May 4 from 4-6pm. Book on 5672 3731
HOPE - Domestic Violence Support Group:
This new self-help group is a safe place for
women who have or are experiencing domestic
violence. It’s on Friday, May 5, 9-10am. Call The-
resa on 0416 866 699 for more details.
A SPECIAL Lunch for Carers will be held on
Monday, May 8, 12.30-2pm. Are you looking af-
ter someone with a serious illness, or frail aged,
has dementia or a mental illness? Take time out
and join in for a delicious free lunch and meet
others also going along the carer’s journey.
Please book on 5672 3731.
NEIGHBOURHOOD House Week is the week
of Monday, May 8 to Sunday, May 14 (9.30am -
3pm). The WNC has been working with and for
the community since 1983. Come on over and
find out what happens there.
‘Neighbourhood House’ volunteers will also be
about in town seeking your opinion on what’s
needed and what is important to you in our com-
CARD Making Projects: Learn to make beauti-
ful and unique cards for family and friends in
these once a month workshops. Booking is es-
sential so call on 5672 3731 for the next one on
Tuesday, May 9, 12.30-3.30pm.
LGBTI Social/Support Group is on Monday,
May 15, 7-8.30pm.
When Ro Allen, Victoria’s first Gender and
Sexuality Commissioner came to visit recently,
there was a positive response in local interest
and a new Social/Support Group for members
of our LGBTI community is starting. Meet in an
informal safe and relaxed space and share ex-
periences, coffee and conversation. Ring 5672
3731 and speak to Jan for more information.
TO BECOME involved at the WNC, or share
ideas, pop into the house between 9.30 and 3pm
Monday to Thursday and 9.30 to 1pm on Fri-
Adult education at The Jean Melzer Centre
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre
IF THERE is one single course which is ideal
for everyone, that course is First Aid. There
isn’t a job, hobby of lifestyle which wouldn’t
benefit from the skills provided by this essen-
Knowing how to save a life and keep some-
one alive in an emergency until medical help
arrives is one of the most important skills any-
one can have. When people return to BCAEC’s
First Aid courses for their regular updates, the
groups often hear of how participants used
their knowledge in an emergency situation
and there are people alive today because of the
BCAEC’s First Aid courses for Term 2 begin
For more information on any of BCAEC’s
courses and services, visit www.basscoast-
adulted.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
CAN you ever have too much rhubarb? Not
at the community garden. Bundles of the stuff
were picked and given away last week.
Also on the menu were bunches of long white
radishes and plenty of delicious rocket leaves.
The rocket’s bright green colour indicates it’s a
vitamin-packed salad or stir-fry vegetable.
It’s planting and harvesting time at the gar-
den and there are lots of jobs to go round.
Drop in to lend a hand on a Thursday from
10am to noon or contact wonthaggicommu-
email@example.com for more informa-
U3A Wonthaggi provides a comfortable
and informative alternative to the armchair
and TV at this time of year, and through-
out the winter and early spring, when South
Gippsland weather can be unpredictable at
Class attendance during Terms 2 and 3 is
always steady despite of the annual migration
of some lucky Victorians to Queensland and
all points north. Members who expect to be
absent for an extended period should inform
their tutors of their departure and anticipated
Most of those who remain down south will
be entertained and informed by the usual
U3A courses, plus two new courses start-
ing in Term 2: John DiStefano’s ‘Discovering
New Worlds’ and Val Vertigan’s ‘Great Authors
of the Western Literary Tradition, C19th and
C20th Century’ beginning on May 18, and al-
most filled. Sue Lindsay’s U3A Drama class
continues until early June, and can still be at-
tended by late starters.
For details regarding U3A activities and
courses, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au or
www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or phone
5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
THE Woodies’ annual trip to Barham and
Koondrook is coming up this week from May 1
to 7. It looks like there will be about 16 mem-
They’ll visit other wood crafting groups to
share skills, techniques and tips. For infor-
mation about joining the Woodcrafters, visit
www.wonthaggiwoodcrafters.com.au or drop
in to the workshop.
Twenty years of VIEW club
EUNICE Frazer was presented with her 20 year membership badge to the Wonthaggi
Evening VIEW Club recently and Lynette Kane also received her publicity badge by
president Carmel Lynch.
Eunice has been a valuable member of Wonthaggi Evening VIEW Club over the years.
Wonthaggi Evening View Club meets the third Monday of the month at the Wonthaggi
Club at 6.30pm.
If you are interested in enjoying outings, interesting guest speakers and meeting new
people, phone Carmel on 5678 5455.
View stands for ‘Voice, interest, education of Women’ and supports The Smith Family
helping disadvantaged children with education etc, which creates a better future for
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