Lime Tree July 2018

From the Manager s Desk

Hello again from Graham and Lesley. Firstly, our prayers and thoughts are with Marie, Brian Scott’s wife and also their family. After battling some health issues in recent times, Brian spent the Sunday with his 3 chil- dren and family at Baringa Private Hospital, where he was admitted, before his passing on Monday 4 th June. He was 80 years of age. Thank you to all residents for embracing the changes / line marking that has been done to our carpark area and the 2 x driveways. We are getting a lot of positive feedback so that’s great. It is definitely time to get out the winter woollies!! We have noticed some of our furry friends around the village are rugged up in their doggy jackets and jumpers, including Poppy.

Sassy

Poppy

If you would like to celebrate Christmas in July, the Coffs Harbour Ex-Services Club is host- ing a 2 course meal & entertainment. Information in the following pages of Julys’ Journal. The Leukaemia Foundation has a fundraiser + there is a Classic Car Display and more, happening this month in the Coffs Harbour area. Information included in following pages. Centrelink has set up a Helpline (reported in the Coffs Harbour Advocate on Wed 23 rd May) to assist Centrelink clients avoid financial loss or identity theft. The new helpline number is 1800 941 126. For more information visit humanservices.gov.au/scams. Anyone who didn’t see the article in the paper, there is a copy in the office.

Until next month……..

The Lime Tree Journal is now viewable online at www.limetreevillage.com.au under the heading of “News”.

July 2018 | Volume 11 | Issue 7

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