GNOWANGERUP LIBRARY NEWSLETTER - OCTOBER
Find out whats happening in the Gnowangerup Library and what new books they have in.
BREASTSCREEN WA COMING TO GNOWANGERUP
From 29th Sep - 1st Oct 2020 at the rear of the Gnowangerup District Hospital. Bookings open now!
ORANGE POUCH PROJECT
ORANGE POUCH PROJECT
The orange pouch is a WATERPROOF PVC DOCUMENT WALLET that can be used to store important documents like passports, insurance policies, birth certificates etc. all in one place, should you have to grab those document in the event of an emergency. The pouch also contains general emergency contact numbers and space to add other numbers you consider necessary.. The Shire of Gnowangerup hopes to use this project to educate local residents on the benefits of being prepared for emergencies such as the December 2019 fires in the Stirling Ranges and at Camel Lake.
Every ratepayer will receive a wallet very soon with this year’s rates notice. If you are not a ratepayer and don’t receive rates notices, you can collect a wallet from the Shire of Gnowangerup Administration Office.
A massive thank you to Anrie Van Zyl, our Corporate Risk Officer for initiating and implementing this fantastic project for our community. For more information on this project, you can contact Anrie on 9827 1007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NSPNR: YOUR REGION, YOUR INPUT SURVEY
The survey is open to residents in the Shire of Gnowangerup and near the localities of Broomehill East and Gnowellen from 1st July to 31st July 2020.
FATALITY FREE FRIDAY AND DOUBLE DEMERIT POINTS
Friday 29th May 2020 is Fatality Free Friday where Nationally we are trying to promote the message that there is never an excuse to take risks on or around our road.
BLUFF KNOLL IS BACK
LOTTERYWEST COVID-19 RELIEF FUND
The State Government, through Lotterywest, is committing $159 million into a COVID-19 Relief Fund to respond to the hardship being experienced by the Western Australian community as a result the COVID-19 pandemic.
BLESSING OF THE ROADS 2020
Blessing of the Roads 2020
165 people died on Western Australian roads in 2019.
What number do you think is acceptable? _______ deaths.
REQUEST FOR SUPPORT OF BUSHFIRE AFFECTED BUSINESSES
The Shire of Gnowangerup supports peter rundle's (MLA) urgent request for support of the businesses affected by the Stirling Range bush fires, published on his Facebook site on 3 February 20.
We encourage all residents of the shire to help these businesses in every possible way.
AUSTRALIA DAY BREAKFAST 2020
Sunday 26th Januray 2020 at the Gnowangerup Sporting Complex.