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Looking for volunteers

The Cartier Senior Citizens Support Committee is looking for volunteer drivers to take local seniors on occasional outings to medical appointments. Please contact Lin at 204-353-2470 if you have a bit of spare time to volunteer.

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Learn about your health

Macdonald Services to Seniors is holding Lunch and Learn sessions with a focus on health in the Oak Bluff Rec Centre.

The first session is reflexology on Oct. 4; managing pain through meditation on Nov. 1; and naturopathic medicine on Dec. 13.

All lunch sessions cost $10 each but if you book in for all three presentations, you only pay $25 (save $5). Everyone is welcome.

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Exploring local history

The Headingley Historical Society members are meeting on Oct. 7 at 10 a.m. in the Headingley Community Centre. Everyone is welcome.

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Stay active this winter

The Starbuck Ladies Curling fall meeting and registration is planned on Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Starbuck rink.

For more information, contact Lise at 204-735-2724.

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Get a jump on Christmas shopping

The 7th Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Sale at Headingley Community Centre will be held on Oct. 18 from noon to 8 p.m. and Oct. 19  from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Local craftspeople will be selling Christmas crafts, jewellry, woodwork, pottery, toys, stained glass, and much more. All proceeds go to Headingley Senior Services.

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Learn new skills

The Oakville 4-H Beef Club will reorganize on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Knox United Church.  As well as beef projects, welding and other projects will be offered. Anyone between 6 and 21 years can join.  Call club leader Tracy Wood at 204-239-1553 for
further information.

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