Diversity Matters Newsletter - December 2012
January 21, 2013 | By eccnewcastle | Impressions: 70 |
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PAGE 2 The Waratah-Mayeld Men’s Shed logo was designed by multi-award winning Newcastle artist and Newcastle Herald Cartoonist, Peter Lewis. The ECC thanks Peter or so graciously giving up his time to design our Men’s Shed logo and or spending time at the registration day drawing caricatures o many o the newly enrolled Men’s Shed and Community Garden members. The Men’s Shed movement has proven highly successul in bringing together men rom all walks o lie and as a way or men to access inormation about health in a riendly and supportive environment. Mark Toohey. Men’s Shed and Community Garden (cont.) “The community garden and Men’s Shed will add to the acilities on site and multiple possibilities or uture cross-program activities and events.” A big thank you to the volunteers who did a letter box drop o fyers to the neighbouring areas and the volunteers who helped with cooking and organising the events on the day…they were all essential to the success o the day. For more information on any project contact the ECC on 4960 8248 MEN’S SHED – WHO IS IT FOR? The WMMS is registered with the Australian Men’s Shed Association and is the frst purpose built multicultural Men’s Shed in Australia. Membership is open to any man regardless o his cultural background or country o birth including Aboriginal and other Australian born men. There is already strong interest rom men who settled in Newcastle rom Europe post WWII, many o whom worked at the ormer BHP or allied industries. The Shed will also be a welcome place or men recently arrived to Australia and are now orming part o the new and emerging Arican, Pacifc Islander, Asian and Middle Eastern communities in Newcastle.
Quarterly Newsletter of the Ethnic Communities Council of Newcastle & Hunter Region WHO WE ARE We are a non-pro t organisation recognised as the umbrella body for over 70 established and emerging ethnic communities in Newcastle
ISSUE 5 MAY 2013 QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER OF THE ETHNIC COMMUNITIES COUNCIL OF NEWCASTLE & THE HUNTER Diversity Matters Who We Are We are a non profit organisation recognised as the umbrella body for