Your Brain Matters was a very interesting talk by Vincent Poisson from Dementia Australia. The simple step to maximise your Brain Health are as follows Look after your Heart Do some kind of Physical Activity Mentally Challenge your Brain Follow a Healthy Diet Enjoy Social Activity Follow these simple steps and you will reduce your… continue reading
A large turnout of members and their partners were in attendance for a seminar held at The Grove Coffee Cafe, Wodonga given by the Jane Eels (Senior Advice & Education Officer) from the Office of the Public Advocate. The topics covered were Enduring Power of Attorney Advance Care Directives Medical Treatment Decision Makers Jane discussed… continue reading
Les Hawkins celebrated his 90th birthday this week and graced us with his presents today at the Wodonga Men’s Shed. Gave us a brief description of his life and a incite into how to live a happy life.
Jürg Von Jenner, Ken Farrar and Alec Thompson, Bob Haslem all got together and made these fire trucks for CFA Regional Office for open-days at local fire stations for child involvement.
As part of the Shed’s strategy to develop a stronger relationship with the Belvoir Special School the school’s representatives visited during morning tea on 15th May. Ebony Mitchell (Asst Principal) & Naomi Middleton (Art & Woodwork) told our members about the School including its activities and challenges. Naomi along with a second school representative, yet… continue reading
Carevan Albury requested assistance from our shed to supply some shelving. This job was taken on by Scott Brown who spent time prefabricating the items required from our stockpile of pallet parts. Once all of the items were made Scott , Mark Stacey and Wayne Polly took these items to Carevan Albury warehouse and fitted… continue reading
The Wodonga Men’s Shed has Ben busy constructing metal picnic table and bench seats for the local Parks Victoria. The men from the metal fabrication shed are as listed Ron Goschnick, Ron Piergroosse Alan Dunn
Pictured above is the Miniature village built with recycled timber by Les Letcher which represents houses and shops and made for Upper Murray Family Care. Les is currently working on another project for UMFC made from old cable drums. Caitlin Parti shown is enjoying investigating the village.