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During the Community Show on Thursday 10th September, Pene interviewed Joy Watson the President of Grandparents & Kinship Carers Group.
Pene and Joy discuss the concept and operation of this group and how it provides support for grandparents and carers. Joy also spoke about her own experiences as a grandparent and how she became involved with the group.




During Creative Corner on Tuesday September 8th Olga interviewed Jason D’Onofrio, Team Leader & Manager of Lifeline North Coast.
Jason spoke about the Out of the Shadows Commemorative Wall, which is being conducted in lieu of the Jetty Foreshore Walk - commemorating World Suicide Day. Olga and Jason also discuss the functions and operation of Lifeline and how it provides assistance and support to those in crisis.




The Second interview of Community Corner on Tuesday September 8th.
Olga spoke with Terry Ronan the Organiser of the Men Living Well Workshop, which will be conducted at the Jetty Foreshore.
This is a free workshop for men to assist them in making decisions and gaining better insights managing life. During the interview Terry provides his insights into making life decisions, along with the acceptance and management of obstacles along the way.




During the Community Show on Thursday 3rd September, Judy Smyth interviewed Judy Bartholomew from Waratah Respite Services. Judy (Bartholomew) spoke about the centre-based respite services offered, - as well as the day programs offered by the Centre. The Coronavirus has impacted on the centre’s services, and Judy outlined how activities have been modified to cope with the restrictions.




On Tuesday 25th August during the Creative Corner Show, Olga interviewed Louise Jeffs, the Cancer Council's Coffs Harbour Community Programs Co-ordinator.
Louise and Olga discussed the fund-raising initiative, Daffodil Day, which aims to raise money for life-saving cancer research. Due to the Coronavirus restrictions, the appeal will be conducted differently this year and Louise spoke about how donations and support can be made online.




On Thursday 20th August during the Community Show Ken interviewed Lois Doyle and Kath Tindal from the Urunga Dragon Boat Club.
Lois and Kath spoke about the history of the club, including how it began and the range of activities and events the club and its members participate in. Rounding out the interview, the topic of the interview turned to how the club was coping with the Coronavirus restrictions and its plans for the future.




On Tuesday 18th August during the Creative Corner Show, Olga interviewed Margaret Cameron, from the National Cartoon Gallery.
Margaret and Olga discuss the upcoming animal focused exhibition (Toons 4 Wildlife), with funds raised going to support WIRES, (Wildlife Rescue). Margaret talks about the opening night and the online auction of original and signed prints from the exhibition.
The gallery is currently undergoing major extensions, and an update on the progress is given, as well as the current gallery functions and operation.






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