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WHAT'S ON IN NOVEMBER
National Missing Persons
Andrew Bourke was last seen on 30 July 2011. He was drinking with a witness at the camping area off the Tumut River when he has allegedly driven his vehicle into the river with the witness.
Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.
National Others Week
7th - 13th November
Notional Other Week is about encouraging people to find a way to help someone else, whether it’s a random act of kindness or a planned activity.
National Recycling Week
8th - 14th November
National Recycling Week aims to improve environmental outcomes and increase recycling with community awareness, which will increase collection rates and help reducing contamination in our waterways and landfill.
Alopecia Awareness Week
15th -23rd November
Alopecia Awareness Week helps to raise awareness and raise funds to provide wigs to children who are affected by this condition. You can help by donating your hair to be made into a wig or by holding a fundraiser to purchase a wig for a child.
International Day for Tolerance
Tuesday 16th November
Changing Our Environment
How people and companies are finding ways to change our environment and to clean up your community
Embrace the power of change and do your part to help the environment
" Quote of the Day"
Don’t strive to impress others, but always strive to impress yourself
We think of ourselves often, as just individuals, but all of us are connected. Our values, our way of life and our actions, ultimately effect the world around us. We cant be human, all by ourselves. Spread Generosity, Empathy and Kindness to create a deeper sense of community and well-being for all.
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“We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land upon which we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. We ask that all people who walk, work and live on traditional Aboriginal lands, be respectful of its culture and traditions. We encourage all Australians to continue working together in unity for the empowerment of Indigenous health and mental well-being.”