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15 Jun Fun Times at Summer Hill Vacation Care

Congratulations to the 3Bridges kids who once again won the Easter Colouring Competition for the second year in a row! At the end of term 1, we had a Family Event. Thank you to all the families of 3 Bridges Before and After School Care and...

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31 May National Volunteer Week 2018

National Volunteer Week is the annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of Australia’s volunteers. During the week of 21–27 May 2018, 3Bridges Community organised fabulous events across South East Sydney to say thank you to all the volunteers. The week celebrations included breakfasts, morning/afternoon teas, and...

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03 May 3Points Connect Follow Up – La Perouse

Last Friday 3 Bridges conducted the follow-up morning tea to our recent 3 Points Connect forum. It was held on Country in the beautiful Prince Henry Centre, overlooking the ocean at Little Bay.  Traditional Owners, staff and representatives from government and NGOs were in attendance.  A...

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17 Apr Her Stories Matter

Elders and the wider community gathered at Sutherland Seniors Centre to share the wonderful silk scarves that they painted.  A gallery of photos and a film were displayed to share the process and to tell their stories about being an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

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15 Mar Brain Awareness Week 12th-18th March

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is the global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. It is an opportunity to let people know about the progress that is being done in brain research as well as progress in the diagnosis,...

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22 Feb Yarn Up and 3Points Connect

In the beginning of the month, there was a gathering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from the communities of South East Sydney at the Arncliffe Hub.  It was a time for all to have a yarn about what was happening in their lives...

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24 Jan Sharlene’s Story

Sharlene McKenzie is a Wiradjuri woman who grew up on the South Coast of NSW.  She is the mother of three adult children.  Sharlene has worked in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities of South East Sydney for the last ten years. She now works...

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07 Nov My Dementia Journey

I was asked to write a short story about my interest in becoming a part of the Meeting Centre Support Program. I will start from the beginning – My name is Dragana and the first time I heard about dementia was 20 years ago, soon after...

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