Sorry folks. I made a mistake in the start time for the Queensland Women’s Week event at Gheerulla Hall. It starts at 10am (not 1pm). I’ve changed it on the images in previous postings.
Oooo Sweetings! I’m excited! So MUCH to tell you all! Where to begin?
Well first of all, to remain a member of this elite group, and keep receiving these elegant literary missives, one must renew one’s membership. $10 per person per year. Bargain. You can pay on-line to:
Name: Gheerulla Hall and Recreation Association Inc
BSB: 034 219
Or give us cash when you come to the Working Bee!!
Now some date claimers: –
Saturday March 2 from 8.30 am – Working bee at Hall – the occasional cleanup the Hall need, especially prior to the QWW Day Event described below. Bring ye your whippersnippers, ye mowers? ye trailers (for the junk under the Hall and the pile of old wood at the back). Let us know if you’re coming if possible either commenting to this post or phoning 0481129527. More details on what needs to be done will come to your mailbox closer to the date.
Friday 8 March 10 – 2 pm QWW Day Forum (see attached flier). Our first major community event for the year is a Day in the Country to Celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th at the hall. The Hall has obtained funding to have an event as part of Queensland Women’s Week (in conjunction with International Women’s Day). The event will be an opportunity to meet other women and enjoy delicious food while gaining some knowledge about money matters. There will be no charge, but booking is essential, via either email@example.com or 044 884 8838. Numbers will be limited so prior registration is required. More details are on the website www.gheerullahall.com or the flier below.
Friday 29 March from 5.00 pm BBQ and AGM. Yes for all those who just LOVE committees, or else have aspirations for a career in politics, this is where those aspirations begin and are nurtured! Look out ScoMo! Nominations will be invited beforehand, and the more people we have the more FUN we can create. Would be great to have a Publicity/media Officer, someone less boring than me.
Till the next missive..
There will be a Computer Help session at Gheerulla Hall at 10am this Friday 15th February (the 3rd Friday of each month), followed by Uplifting Talks at 11am (why the common belief that everything is getting worse is mistaken).
Both sessions are free (though I encourage you to make a gold coin donation to Gheerulla Hall for giving us the space for this — donations go to the hall, not to me).
I’ve recently spent a while removing some nasty software from a cheap PendoPad tablet computer I bought at Nambour Post Office. I’ll show you how to remove such things and what to look out for. If you bring along your tablet we can check to see if it has any malware on it, and remove it.
For the uplifting talks I was thinking of showing a short video on how we’ve solved the problem of the population explosion and how cheap robots in space can save our planet… and how they already are.
I’ll bring coffee, tea, cocoa, cup-a-soup, and some light snacks.
You bring whatever you want and whoever you want.
Let’s Celebrate Queensland Women’s Day at Gheerulla Hall
This year the theme for Queensland Women’s Day is “Invest in Women, Invest in the Future”. By improving the financial literacy and capability of women, we improve the economic security of them, their families, and the wider community. By understanding financial planning, managing debt, creating a budget, and other money management topics, women are better equipped to make informed decisions.
As part of this year’s Queensland Government Women’s Day initiative, Gheerulla Hall will be hosting a
Forum on Financial Literacy for Women
commencing at 10am, 8th March.
The panel consisting of three people with experience in financial management and financial education will answer questions, discuss issues, listen to stories and advise where possible. We’ve all heard stories about STD (sexually transmitted debt) when a partnership breaks up. The forum will not be boring.
Women working on farms and small businesses while supporting their families should have easy access to financial services. Also, women in retirement often have financial difficulties and need help accessing support. What about the widows with little knowledge of financial management or investments left in very stressful situations as they try to access bank accounts?
We hope the forum will offer all participants a safe place to talk about money issues and find some answers to questions. Let’s see if we can improve women’s knowledge of money matters.
Gheerulla Hall and Recreation Association Inc. acknowledges and appreciates the Queensland Government’s financial support to conduct this Financial Literacy Forum for Women on Queensland Women’s Day.
NOTE: if you want to download a poster of the image above, click on it, then when the larger version is displayed, right-click the image and save it to your computer. That image can be printed up at various sizes.