WANT to protect your child from online bullying? An eSafety expert from the Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner, will be delivering a free workshop on how you can help keep young people safe online. It's on Thursday, May 25, 10am-12noon, at the council's Campsie Administration Centre, Level 2, 137 Beamish Street, Campsie. It's free but you must register attendance at cb.city/cybersafety.
Unwanted eWaste drop off day
DO you need to get rid of that old computer or printer? City of Canterbury residents can take advantage of the up-coming eWaste collection day which will help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill. The council's E-Waste collection will run on Saturday, May 27, 9am-3.30pm, at the northern end of the Shakespeare St car park in Campsie. For City of Canterbury Bankstown residents only. For more info, phone 9707 9000.
Enjoy pink buns guiltfree invite
BAKERS Delight is calling on the Australian community to 'give breast cancer the finger bun'. From May 11 to 31, 100 per cent of the sale of Pink Buns will be donated to Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) to support women and men affected by breast cancer. BCNA CEO Christine Nolan said that breast cancer doesn't just affect the individual – it has a ripple effect on families, friends and colleagues.
Free, framed Disney characters
WELL known local Norm Perry is on a campaign to spread happiness and is offering preschools, child care centres and shops a framed Disney character to brighten up their lives. "I'm also on the lookout for sponsors who would like to buy a set of six Disney characters for $60," he said. If you are interested in displaying a framed Disney character or sponsorship, give Norm a call on 9772 4054.