Club News
Council is running a webinar for parents of teenagers to help them to check in with their teenagers to see if they are ok
This event has been prompted by the recent and tragic suicides we have had within Ku-ring-gai over the last few weeks. It has been a really hard year for students, especially senior students, so this workshop has been developed to give parents tools to connect with their teens to find out if their teens are ok. The session will be hosted by a psychologist who will discuss the signs and symptoms of when teens may not be ok. She will also explain how you can meaningfully connect with your teens so that when you ask them if they are ok, you have a better chance of them opening up. This is a fee webinar run via zoom.

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The Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre brings to our attention a very useful course..
Many of us have time and always happy to learn new things
This may be worth your time to learn about this debilitating condition that seems to be on the rise in the older age groups (but not only)
Click on the image below to see more details of this interesting subject 
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Photo of the Week
The delightful and inspirational Libby Bleakley from the Blackheath Rotary Club shared her story at our meeting this week.
Libby served with the NSW Police and the AFP over a 30 year period and had a variety of overseas postings as a result.
Her experience in Timor-Leste led her to her real passion - developing her own crime prevention initiative, a youth and community centre in Timor-Leste
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