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Thursday 28th March, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Max will interview Bethany Simmonds, the Chief Executive Officer of Coffs Harbour Community Transport Company.
The Community Transport Company provides transport solutions to the elderly, people living with a disability, isolated and disadvantaged people.
Bethany will talk about the wide range of services on offer, and how the community can make use of those services.

 


 

Thursday 4th April, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Fran will interview Judy Bailey, who was recently named the 2019 Coffs Harbour Citizen of the Year.
Judy Bailey will give an overview her involvement in the local community and her extensive career in the world of music.

 


 

Thursday 11th April, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Val will interview Jenny Wiseman from the Zonta Club of Coffs Harbour.
Jenny will talk about the Zonta Club and how it works to improve the health and well-being status of women.
The Zonta Club supports a wide range of women's services including, the Warrina Women’s Refuge, the Breast Cancer Care Service, and the Coffs Harbour Women's Health Centre projects.

 


 

 

 

Thursday 14th March, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am).
Max interviewed Keith Bancroft, the Organiser and Convenor of the Coffs Scrabble Club.
Keith gave an in-depth and informative overview of Scrabble, along with highlighting the enjoyment it provides, - as well as its language and inherent education.
Keith also spoke about the club and presented some very interesting statistics and stories relating to Scrabble.

 

 


 

During the Community Show, (Thursday 7th March), Rita interviewed Aunty Bea, about the upcoming Women of the World celebration.
Aunty Bea spoke about the history of the event, as well as its significance and relevance to Coffs Harbour along with the events and activities planned for the day.

 

 


 

Thursday 7th March, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Rita interviews Jonny Shuttleworth, the Organiser of Coffee 4 Blokes.
Coffee 4 Blokes is a new initiative on the Coffs Coast, and Jonny spoke about the origins of the group, the meetings, its aims and the support given.

 

 


 

On Thursday 28th February, during the Community Show, Rita interviewed Anna Scott, the Manager of the Coffs Harbour Neighbourhood Centre.
Anna spoke about the wide and varied range of services the Neighbourhood Centre provides as well as the support it affords to the whole community, - while prioritising individuals and groups who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and/or marginalised.

 

 


 

Thursday 28th February, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Rita interviewed Lyn Anderson, the Supervisor and Trainer at Lifeline, Coffs Harbour.
Lyn spoke about the functions of Lineline, its role in the community and its crisis support service.
At the moment Lifeline Coffs Harbour needs more volunteers for the lifeline crisis support line, and Lyn provides information about the role of volunteers, training and duties, as well as the rewards of being a support line volunteer.

 

 


 

Thursday 21st February, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Heather interviewed Louise Jeffs and Brittany Raven, from the Coffs Coast Cancer Council office.
Louise and Brittany spoke about their roles and duties, as well as the services provided by the Cancer Council. In the second half of the interview the discussion focussed on the upcoming Relay for Life, and what it entails, as well as the benefits to the community.

 

 


 

Thursday 14th February, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Heather interviewed Win Howard, the President of the Coffs Harbour Astronomical Society.
The Coffs Harbour Astronomical Society was formed to provide a focus of interest in the subject of astronomy in Coffs Harbour and the surrounding areas.
Win provided a background to the world of astronomy, as well as recent and current events of note; along with details about the Coffs Harbour Astronomical Society, its membership and activities.

 

 


 

Thursday 7th February, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Max interviewed Greg Hackfath, who has spent over 20 years working as a lifeguard on the Coffs Coast.
Greg spoke about his time as a lifeguard and some of his experiences during that time. With the beaches and ocean very popular at this time of year, Greg gave some valuable advice on how to enjoy a day at the beach without accident or injury.

 

 


 

Thursday 31st January, 2019 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Rita interviewed Lesley Meredith from the University of the Third Age (U3A).
Leslie spoke about the background of the U3A, its aims and what it provides for mature age participants,
- as well as how to take part in the courses.
As part of Senior's Week, the U3A will be conducting a Dangerous Ideas for Seniors event at the Cavanbah Centre.

 

 


 

 

 

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