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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Member, August is turning out to be another of those defining months in 2020. On 15 August, we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Victory in the Pacific. In 1945, VP Day was gazetted as a public holiday. Today, we can only remember that defining moment. The growing crisis of older people in...

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Cancellation of the War Widows’ Walk & Picnic

Cancellation of the War Widows’ Walk & Picnic

Dear Members, In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 War Widows’ Walk & Picnic in Concord is deemed as a high-risk event due to the virus’ potential to spread among our Members who are more vulnerable. Therefore, it is with great sadness that I write to you about the Board’s decision to...

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Changes to the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020

Changes to the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020

Dear Member, We understand we continue to live in a difficult environment.  As always, the welfare of our Members is our top priority, and should you be concerned about anything please contact the office as we are here to support you. As a result of COVID-19 we must exercise caution when...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Member, We are now at the start of the second half of 2020 and I hope the situation is not as dire as we have experienced so far with fires, floods and the pandemic. Please feel free to contact me or the office staff with any issues as we are always interested in helping our members. In this...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Members, We have been fortunate this week to see further lifting of restrictions and are eager to continue along a path to normality. I hope all our members have found unexpected ways to stay connected and entertained. Today, June 25, I would also like to recognise our Korean War Widows, as...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Member, While we certainly rise by lifting others, equally we appreciate being lifted by others! The pandemic has certainly brought home the value of support for each other. We need to know that a Crime Prevention Officer will respond when we call. It is also wonderful to share the news of...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Last week, we experienced a reduction in isolation measures which you may have enjoyed with family or friends.  As it’s National Volunteer Week this week, what better time to make a special mention of our Volunteers who are such a big part of our organisation. Again, I want to commend you...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

We’ve only just started a new month and there’s so much to share with each of you. Firstly, I want to thank each of our Friendship Line Volunteers who have risen to the herculean task of Volunteering from Home. Your support to our Members, far and wide is so critical at this time. In partnering...

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E-News – ANZAC Day 2020 Special Edition

E-News – ANZAC Day 2020 Special Edition

Thank you so much for sharing your experiences of ANZAC Day 2020. Without you, our rich ANZAC stories would be lost. Our latest eNewsletter, an ANZAC Day Special Edition, captures the continuing bond between family members, commemoration of Veterans beyond our shores, and a story of a slouch...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

For the first time in almost a century, our streets were empty on Anzac Day. While our regular services were cancelled and familiar rituals missing, we were introduced to new ways of remembering those who served, those who died and those who are still serving. Driveway commemorations with...

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Joint Letter on ANZAC Day 2020

Joint Letter on ANZAC Day 2020

Please click here to read a letter to members regarding Anzac Day services, including information on the ABC broadcast of Anzac Day services. The letter has been written jointly by: Rhondda Vanzella OAM, State President, War Widows NSW, Geoff Lee MP, the Acting NSW Minister for Veterans, Ray...

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

THURS 27 AUGUST 2020

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The Annual General Meeting of the
War Widows NSW Ltd will be conducted via Zoom video conferencing on Thursday, 27 August.

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