The South Eastern Times : May 19th 2015
4 NEWS Your week by the stars ARIES March 21 - April 20 Small but numerous errands take much of your time this week, stopping opportunities for meeting fascinating individuals. Favourite friends may be involved in their work, don’t take it personally. TAURUS April 21 - May 22 Make a point of getting on with people from various walks of life. If travelling, your plans change by the hour. Money matters improve if you are willing to think them through. GEMINI May 23 - June 21 Enjoyable detours are scattered through the week but keep travel companions in a happy mood. Home maintenance and health matters should be attended to immediately. CANCER June 22 - July 22 Friends may be in a less than forgiving mood, but relatives back your latest schemes. A delay may be inevitable, but you discover it may have a bright side too. LEO July 23 - August 22 Cultural and creative activities could lead to profitable ventures. Your partner is ready to speak from the heart, but it’s up to you to provide the right occasion and environment. VIRGO August 23 - September 22 A relative may be critical of your plans, but don’t let him/ her put you on the defensive. A group effort could yield success. It’s a great week for signing up for causes or launching team projects. LIBRA September 23 - October 22 Major responsibilties combine with a demanding social life - this is one of the busiest weeks for quite a while. Your great gift now is being able to simplify complex concepts. SCORPIO October 23 - November 21 You hear different sides from different parties - objectivity is your key. Teachers or students learn from your wise words. There will be more fun at the work place when moody people cheer up. SAGITTARIUS November 22 - December 22 The emphasis is on the new, with trips to unusual spots being among current highlights. If involved with property transactions, check facts and figures with meticulous care. CAPRICORN December 23 - January 20 Be very careful in choosing words, especially if writing or emailing people in high places. Thursday favours modest financial gains. Travel and friendship combine nicely through the week. AQUARIUS January 21 - February 19 Friendship and love are the twin themes of an upbeat week. A relative may make you privy to family secrets. Bargains that may appear to good to be true are precisely that. PISCES February 20 - March 20 You are in the social limelight and could excel in fund raising activities. Scholarly interests take up some time on the weekend. Hunches are strong from Thursday on. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK You are meticulous ,fussy, tidy, finicky, analytical and a born worrier. The secret is to strike a happy medium. Promoting ideas with zest could lead to advancement in the future. A period is launched marked by experimentation and travel. 665940 Look local first for... • Invoice books • Promotional flyers • Letterheads • Business cards Plus more! Millicent E: firstname.lastname@example.org P: 8733 3755 42 Davenport Street 4 - The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, May 19, 2015 INVALUABLE: Sheoak Lodge volunteers Lisa Pegler and Margaret Maloney were among the small group of community members who were thanked for their contribution. DEDICATION: Sylvia Lanspeary, Barbara White and Audrey Davidson enjoyed the afternoon tea for Sheoak Lodge volunteers. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au THE dedicated efforts of olunteers were celebrated at an afternoon tea held in their honour last week. A small group of volunteers were thanked by staff of the residential homes for their tireless work contributing to the aged care facility and its residents. Sheoak Lodge diversional therapist Penny Vanderheul expressed appreciation on behalf of the facility staff for the valuable contribution. “They say the best present you can give a person is your time,” she said. “You give not only your time, but also your talents, liveliness, patience and commitment. “We truly appreciate your dedication and hope we recognise, as we do, the valuable role MUSTILLO RAQUEL email@example.com BRIGHTENING THE COMMUNITY: Volunteers Di Sampson (back left), Jenny Brooks, Jan Armit, Margaret Hales (front left), Heather Mawson and Joan Greenwood had a well-earned rest at an afternoon tea to thank them for their contribution. Volunteer efforts praised Sheoak Lodge helpers celebrated with morning tea you play in helping to enhance the lives of our residents. “It is through the positive efforts of people like you that we create a caring and more compassionate world.” Millicent entertainer Jan Armit said her weekly musical sessions with pianist Joan Morgan were a notable highlight. “The looks on the residents’ faces when Joan and I walk in are priceless,” she said. “There are residents who do not talk, but as soon as we start playing you see them singing. “Things like that make our time so special.” Long- t ime volunteer Margaret Hales echoed Ms Armit’s sentiments. “It is a very rewarding experience,” she said. “I have been volunteering here since the place has opened and through our time we have seen a lot of wonderful things. “Seeing how happy the residents are when you come in is a great feeling.” CONTRIBUTORS: Sheoak Lodge volunteer Audrey Davidson (front left) is congratulated by employees Kaye Sherrin and Penny Vanderheul for her service to the residential homes. Ms Davidson resigned from her voluntary position after 14 years of service.
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