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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

National Volunteer Week 2015 - and clearing the catchment with the Leigh Catchment Group on the Yarrowee

High Tea on the Yarrowee - Saturday 16th May

High Tea on the Yarrowee


National Volunteer Week - Working Bee
Saturday 16th May, 2015
Yarrowee River
Hummfray Street, South (footbridge), Mount Pleasant
1:00 - 3:30pm
 

More than 6 million Australian volunteers give happiness to others each year. And research says that that those volunteers are happier as a result. So this National Volunteer Week (11-17 May 2015), help us make Australia the happiest place on earth, by giving as much of your time as you can. Give Happy. Live Happy.
To celebrate the Leigh Catchment Group will be holding a working bee on the Yarrowee River. We will be doing some maintenance on a planting completed in 2014 and preparing some ground for planting in June 2015. All volunteers will be rewarded with 'High Tea on the Yarrowee' . This will include scones with jam and cream, tea, coffee and bush tea for those who would like to try something different.
BYO: Gloves and sturdy footwear
We will meet at the footbridge on Hummfray Street, South, Mt Pleasant (near the Prest Street bridge).
For a map of our meeting site click here

For further information contact:
Kate Constance
Mobile: 0409 585 998
Phone: 5341 2364
e-mail: katelcg@iinet.net.au


For further information on the benefits of volunteering click here
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