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Thursday 26th April, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)

Val will interview Ken Capps the President of the Coffs City Probus Club.
Ken and Val will discuss the functions of the Coffs City Probus club, its members and what they do. If you’re looking for friendship, fellowship and fun in retirement, don’t miss this interview, - Probus could be for you.








Thursday 3rd May, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)

Heather will interview Jason d'Onofrio from Lifeline, Coffs Harbour.
Jason will discuss the functions of Lineline, its role in the community and in particular, its crisis support service.








Thursday 19th April, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)

Heather interviewed Melissa Crossland from the Coffs Harbour Show Society. Melissa and Heather discussed the 2018 Coffs Harbour Show including the show’s activities and events.





On Thursday 19th April, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am), Heather interviewed Lesley Meredith from the University of the Third Age (U3A).

Leslie talks about the history of the U3A, its aims and what it provides for mature age participants, as well how to take part in its courses.





On Thursday 12th April, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am), Heather interviewed Ellen Slater from Joyland Carers Retreat.

Ellen talks about the Joyland Carers Retreat, including the history of the retreat, as well as how it can provide carers with a restful and peaceful break away from their caring duties.





Thursday 12th April, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am), Heather interviewed Judy Bartholemew from Dementia Australia, Coffs Harbour.

Judy spoke about the nature of dementia, along with the impact it has on the person and the carer.
Judy also speaks about the upcoming (free) workshop in Coffs Harbour on Tuesday, April 24 at the Park Beach Surf Club.





On Thursday 5th April, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am), Heather interviewed Margaret Bridgman from the Boambee East Community Centre.

Margaret talks about the Centre and upcoming activities, including the Karangi Dam visit, Port Macquarie Coach Trip and the Winter Solstice event.





Tuesday 3rd April, 2018 (Creative Corner Show : 10.30am - 12.00noon)

Olga interviewed Ron Whelan, (President) and Colleen Williams, (Functions & Activities Co-Ordinator) from the Woolgoolga Seniors' Centre. Ron and Colleen spoke about the Woolgoolga Seniors' Centre, its activities as well as the support it provides for seniors in the Woolgoolga area.






Thursday 22nd March, 2018: Heather interviewed Julie Jardine Chairperson of the Cando Cancer Trust.
The Coffs Coast & Clarence CanDo Cancer Trust supports patients and families attending the North Coast Cancer Institute. Julie talks about the aims of the Trust and how it can provide support for cancer patients and their families.





Thursday 8th March, 2018 : Heather interviewed Michela Blair, from NSW Fair Trading.
NSW Fair Trading safeguards the rights of all consumers and advises business and traders on fair and ethical practice. Michela spoke about the functions of NSW Fair Trading and how it might be of help to those in the community.





On March 1st, Heather interviewed Greg Breed, President and Greg Collier Vice-President, - both of the Coffs Seniors Computer Club.
The Coffs Seniors Computer Club meets on Mondays at Cavanbah Centre, where tuition is provided by volunteers on a wide range of computing topics.
During the interview topics discussed included, the club, its activities and how it can help seniors with their computers, tablets or mobile phones.





Olga speaks with Samantha (Sam) from the Coffs Latin Rhythm Group.
The Coffs Latin Rhythms group was formed in late 2009 by a small but dedicated group of dancers to promote Latin dance and music in Coffs Harbour and surrounding areas.
Sam talks about the group, the various styles and types of dances, as well as when and where the classes are held.



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