‘Dogs Chair, directors resign
BULLDOGS Chair Lynne Anderson and directors Paul Dunn and John Ballesty have stood down from the Board of the Bulldogs Football Club.
The trio said the decision was done to avoid the club having to go through an EGM and in the best interests of the club.
A spokesperson said the club would like to sincerely thank Lynne, Paul and John for their time, effort and commitment during their time on the Board and wish them every success in the future.
The four remaining directors will decide on their replacements, who will then sit on the Board until the next AGM.
Social media marketing event
MARKETING through social media is one of the most versatile and cost-effective strategies that small businesses can use to reach their target audience and boost sales but are you doing it right?
Canterbury Bankstown Chamber of Commerce will host the ‘Tackle Your Brand #BrandUp’ workshop on Monday, October 26, at The Flinders Centre in Bankstown to help fix your brand issues and use social media.
This workshop is for businesses, not-for-profits, sporting groups and charities that have social media accounts.
State MP for East Hills, Wendy Lindsay, sys the workshop will show participants how to leverage social media.
For more info, visit eventbrite.com.au.
Eye test vital for preschooler
ALL parents with four-year-olds are being urged to get their children’s eyes tested.
South Western Sydney Local Health District StEPS (Statewide Eyesight Preschooler Screening) Coordinator Lois Riley says it is critical that this screening is provided to four-year-olds before they start school to maximise clinical benefit and outcomes for children.
“If a child has impaired vision, they may think this is normal as they don’t have a baseline to compare it to. This is why it is so vital your child is screened,” she said.
Free testing will be carried out at Georges Hall Early Childhood Centre on October 14, November 11 and December 2. To make an appointment, call 1300 273 290.