Newsletter 26 May
- Thursday, 27 May 7:00pm
Hester Canterbury Monthly Dinner. Sign up sheet and menu now available on the reception desk. (Close off date Monday 24th)
- Monday, 31 May
Knit and Chat Group Meets in the private dining room.
- Wednesday, 2 June 10:30am onwards….
Hester Canterbury Scarf Day.
Do you have scarves you no longer wear? Here is a chance to clear yours out, replace and help raise funds for the Cancer Council of Australia. More details to follow.
Hester Newsletter 26 May
- A very big “thank you” to all for your support and generosity for the Cancer Council Australia; once we have held our scarf day (the proceeds of which will also go to the same charity) we will announce the grand total raised.
- Hester Canterbury Scarf Day Wednesday 2 June. One of residents (Sue) has come up with the brilliant idea to clear out some of those scarves we no longer wear….An in house store will be held on the above date and all scarves will be sold for $5.00 each with the proceeds to be donated to the Cancer Council. With the owner’s consent any leftover scarves will be donated to a woman’s refuge in South Melbourne. Please come along with any scarves you no longer want, pick up a replacement scarf (or 5) and help a cause that not one of us isn’t grateful for.
- Back by popular demand – Hot 3 course Sunday lunch for $15.00 !!!! at the BASScare Canterbury Centre, 12:30pm, 2 Rochester Road, Canterbury. Bookings essential.
Week Four of the Autumn Menu starts on Monday 31 May.
Please place any orders by lunchtime the Thursday before.
Information from the Victoria Department of Health Concerning the COVID19 Vaccine.
It is easier than ever to get the COVID-19 vaccine – and everyone over the age of 50 is eligible for the free vaccine now. Your General Practitioner or healthcare provider can talk to you about the risks and benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine to help you make an informed choice about what’s best for you.
How to book – State Vaccination Clinics: Call the Victorian Coronavirus hotline on 1800675398
GP Clinics: Anyone aged 50 years and over can receive the vaccine through a GP. Use the Australian Government’s COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Checker to find a nearby GP clinic.