Monthly Archives: November 2015

The joys of being on a committee (truly!)

It seems that people often speak of how tedious meetings are and what a drag it is to be on committees. I have certainly had the experience of pointless meetings and stressful committees, but not nearly as often as the … Continue reading

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Don’t be too polite

I have written previously about domestic violence (here), and in this post, as with that one, I wasn’t actually at the event I am writing about. In fact the occasion itself is now some weeks past, but I waited to write it till I could … Continue reading

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Tide Turning (the poem), plus a couple of Turner tides

Here is Nola’s lovely poem that we read last week at the conference, plus a couple of pictures of the sea and the tide (including the moon in the above image) by JMW Turner, that fantastic English artist, whom we … Continue reading

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Turning the tide

This week I went to part of the Community Centres SA Conference which was held at Morphettville Racecourse. I was invited by Fiona Verity, intrepid CHO committee member, excellent community development worker and uni person extraordinaire to speak with her … Continue reading

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