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War Widows NSW eNewsletter – January 2021 edition

War Widows NSW eNewsletter – January 2021 edition

Dear Member, Happy New Year! I hope that you were able to enjoy some time with family and friends over the holiday season. I am excited about what 2021 will bring us, this year we will be embracing our new constitution and walking forward together. There is a lot of opportunity for us to grow this...

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NSW Office to remain closed

NSW Office to remain closed

The health and wellbeing of our members and staff remains the upmost importance to AWW NSW.  As per the latest advice and restrictions from the NSW Government regarding COVID-19, we have decided to close the Chatswood office until further notice. Staff will be working from home and the...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter – Remembrance Day edition

War Widows NSW eNewsletter – Remembrance Day edition

Dear Members, Welcome to a special edition of the members’ newsletter, dedicated to Remembrance Day. This is a poignant day for us and our families, as we take the time to pause and remember the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. To remember and show our appreciation to loved ones no...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Members, It is amazing to think we are already nearing the end of October, and the holiday season is just around the corner. It is a very exciting time for War Widows NSW, as Jill Deering joins the organisation as our new CEO. Jill has extensive experience in the health and ageing sector, you...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Members, Daylight savings has finally arrived! Take advantage of the extra daylight hours by getting active in your garden or enjoying a walk. This edition of the newsletter features some wonderful spring gardening ideas, as well as some fantastic stories from our members about the various...

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Join our new programs using Zoom!

Join our new programs using Zoom!

Online video calling platforms like Zoom, are a popular way of keeping in touch and engaging in activities, especially when you cannot participate in a physical space or due to restrictions such as mobility, transport or time. Over the next few weeks we welcome you to join our exciting...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Members, As we enter spring, now is a good time to pause and think about how we can ensure we maintain our social connections and stay as active as possible. As jacaranda season is approaching, keep a look out for the beautiful blossom in bloom! Send us photos of your gardens or any spring...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear Members, During such uncertain times, it is reassuring to reflect on the past and look to the future with hope and determination. We were inspired by the recent address made by Jennifer Collins (Non -Member Director and former Deputy Commissioner NSW, Department of Veterans' Affairs). She...

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020

The latest AGM took place on Thursday 27th August, our first ever meeting via Zoom. During the meeting we heard a speech from Rhondda Vanzella OAM, President & Chair, War Widows NSW you can read the full speech here. We were also delighted to welcome Jennifer Collins (War Widow member and...

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War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

War Widows NSW eNewsletter Update

Dear member, Thank you for sending us your memories of VP Day, some of which are shared in this week’s newsletter. The past couple of weeks have been very busy in preparation for our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, 27th August. I appreciate your calls and curiosity about participating at the...

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eNews – VP Day 2020 Special Edition

eNews – VP Day 2020 Special Edition

Dear Member, This e-newsletter, a special edition on the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific Day, is particularly poignant for us as we remember the men and women who served in the Wars. I encourage you to share memories - photos, memorabilia, narratives - with us so that we can keep alive...

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