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Let's Nut it Out
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LET'S NUT IT OUT!

Pictured above, are two of the local skill mentors who will be helping you NUT OUT your project, initiative or any challenge you might be facing in your community group or enterprise - on Thursday the 14th of July.

Micheal O'Gorman who is Manager of the Lancefield Community branch of Bendigo Bank, and Caroline Sarah who manages the Community Aged and Disability Team of Cobaw Community Health Services with Karen Corr, director of Make a Change Australia.

Micheal's areas of expertise available for you include project planning and building partnerships, and Caroline's include change innovation and collaborative management. Other local skill mentors will share with you their expertise in fundraising, communications, sharing your story, event management, turning ideas into reality and getting people involved.

Register NOW for - Let's Nut it Out. An entire day dedicated to your projects big and small; focused on building your capability to make it happen.

Thanks to the generous support of DELWP, this event is FREE (normally $125)
for the communities in the Lancefield-Benloch-Romsey region. 
Please note that we have quarter of the room full, places are limited and registrations are essential!!

 

Let's Nut it Out, Thursday 14 July
Romsey Library, 98 Main Street Romsey.


 
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Local Projects Nut it Out
 

In the lead up to the next Make a Change event, Let's Nut it Out, we are interviewing locals about the projects they are making happen.

Read on for inspiration!

Kylie working with the Lancefield Historical Society and is looking to attack more young people to work on projects
Family social connections, health and transport are some ideas Adam and Iris are sharing
How can this spot in the middle of Lancefield become a social hub?  Andy Moore has some great ideas to share with you
Kylie working with the Lancefield Historical Society and is looking to attack more young people to work on projects
Kylie is a photographer who volunteers with the Lancefield Historical Society, and she wants to get more young people involved in capturing lost stories of this area. She is coming along to Let's Nut It Out Romsey on the 14th of July. Check her story here


What do you get when you bring mega-fauna, walking, cycling and coffee together? A social Hub where people love to meet! Adam and Iris are from Lancefield. Read more about their ideas.



How can this spot become a popular meeting place at Lancefield? Check out Andy Moore’s (of the Lancefield Mercury) creative ideas for this space. Read More


Want a community gym in your area? Vivien of Lancefield Community House - together with Leanne from the Lancefield Football and Netball Club - has some great ideas to realise this project. Read More
 

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Take action and register today.

We look forward to seeing you on the 14th of July!
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