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If you are a Peedac Disability Employment Services client and require assistance –

Please call the Midland office on 9278 3200

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NAIDOC Week runs between 6 and 12 July.

This year’s NAIDOC theme honours all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women who have fought in defence of Country. From our warriors in the Frontier Wars to our warriors who have served with honour and pride in Australia’s military conflicts and engagements across the globe. We proudly highlight and recognise the role they have played in shaping our identity and pause to reflect on their sacrifice. We celebrate and honour their priceless contribution to our nation.

For details of 2014 NAIDOC Perth Events, please click on link below:

http://www.naidocperth.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=14

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Honouring Indigenous War Graves Incorporated
March 4, 2011

 “INDIGENOUS VETERANS”

HIWG Inc has services coming up on these dates:

1.WX 36424 Timothy Quartermaine, Midland Cemetary on Sunday 6th March to start at 1pm.
 

 2. WX 31882 Dick Alone, Moora Cemetary on Saturday 26th March to start at 1.30 pm.
                                                                                                  

3. WX22201 John “ Pop” Green, Geraldton Cemetary on Saturday 9th April to start at 2.00 pm.

Cheers John Schnaars  President HIWG Inc
Mob. 0417955914

HUGS Scheme to assist with paying bills
March 3, 2011

Please see below the HUGS scheme, this might be of interest not only for yourselves and family but also clients.

Trouble paying your electricity, GAS and water bills?
We may be able to help you.
About HUGS
HUGS is a State Government scheme which provides financial assistance to help people with financial difficulties pay their water, gas and electricity bills so their supply is not cut off.
Can I get HUGS?
You must be unable to pay a current bill and be at risk of disconnection or already be disconnected.
Your must be experiencing money problems.
HUGS pays 85% of the bill. You will have to pay the other 15%.
Generally, HUGS pays up to a maximum of $450. If you live in or north of Carnarvon, this can be up to $750.
How do I apply?

You must first contact Synergy, Horizon Power, Alinta, Busselton Water, Water Corporation or Aqwest (Bunbury) to discuss payment of your bill; their telephone numbers are listed below. If they believe you have financial
difficulties, they will ask you to go to see a HUGS Registered Financial Counselling Service for an assessment and application to be completed.

HUGS and financial counselling

As well as helping people pay their electricity, gas and water bills, HUGS can also help you get financial counselling. The financial counsellor you see to apply for HUGS can help you sort out your financial problems both in the short and long term. Find out more about financial counselling (external site).

Contact information

HUGS Unit
Department for Child Protection
189 Royal Street
East Perth  WA  6004
Telephone (08) 9222 2739
Email  HUGS2@dcp.wa.gov.au

Synergy                    13 13 53
Horizon Power           1800 267 926
Water Corporation      13 13 85
Alinta                        13 13 58
Busselton Water        (08) 9781 0500
Aqwest                      (08) 9780 9500

Lionel Gregory
Coordinator - Link-Up, Bringing Them Home & Building Solid Families
Programs
Yorgum Aboriginal Corporation
176 Wittenoom Street
EAST PERTH WA 6004
Tel: (08) 9218-9477
Fax: (08) 9225-5001
Mob: 0430-920-710
Website: www.yorgum.org.au

Coolbaroo Club
March 3, 2011

 Coolbaroo Club

The City of Perth have been approached by some of the original members of the Coolbaroo Club to assist them in organising a re-union and  dance to celebrate the club.

Carol Winfield, from The City of Perth is keen to progress with this and has initially met with a small group of people, including;

Roma Loo, Albert and Irene McNamara, Doreen Nelson, Helen and Charlie Kickett, Barbara Kickett, Irma Woods, Rae Morrison, Michelle White.

From this Carol has sourced funding and has made a booking for the town hall for the first dance to celebrate Coolbaroo on June 4th of this year.

 All of the people at this first meeting are keen to progress with this dance but would like to send word around as far as possible to the aboriginal community to gauge interest and support for this event.

 Firstly they would like to know of anyone who would be interested in joining this committee to bring back the dance.

 They are also putting together a list of names of people who went to the dances at Coolbaroo Club to ensure they know about and are invited to this dance on June 4th.

They would also like to know of family members of people from Coolbaroo who may also want to be involved in this.

The next meeting of this group is on Thursday 3rd March at Medina Aboriginal Community Centre at 10:00, 13 Leasham Way Medina.

My role is in assisting this group in collating a list of names, so could you please forward this email around to your networks and ask people to send back details of interest to either:

Irma Woods    irmawoods@hotmail.com

Doreen nelson  dnelson947@yahoo.com.au

Barbara Kickett   0435410244

Charlie Kickett     0407428804  or 94193542

Or myself, Sherryl Coffey     sherrylcoffey@yahoo.com.au.

Look forward to hearing with interest.

Cheers

Sherryl

New Peedac website
January 6, 2011

Welcome to our new website!We think it is awesome.

New – Community Support Service
October 19, 2010

The Community Support Service will support Indigenous community members and their families by providing links and referrals to a range of mainstream and Indigenous services which may include welfare and social support, family violence, health (including drug and alcohol services), housing, child care and legal. The role will also entail the development and fostering of relationships with other service providers through promoting access and pathways to their services.

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