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A taste of Holland comes to
Ipswich on the 30th May when
local businessman Hans from Hans
Welding Works holds the annual
Family Fun Day in Yamanto.
Located right next to his business
proud Dutchman Hans and his wife
Ida will again host the event, now in
its 11th year.
All proceeds from the day go to
support Ipswich Hospice, and is the
highlight of 'Hospice Week' which
runs from the 24th to 28th May.
With little government funding,
the Ipswich Hospice relies on the
community to give support so they
can provide care for terminally ill
patients and o er bereavement
support in the Ipswich region.
Ipswich Hospice Business
Development Manager Alison Lahey
said this years event is shaping up as
the biggest ever.
"We've increased the number of
stalls greatly, including more arts
"There will also be lots of imported
European food, including heaps
direct from Holland.
"There will also be a live band, face
painting, kids rides, and for the rst
time European Dancing, including
Irish and Highland groups," she said.
Located at 330 Warwick Road,
Yamanto, the Family Fun Day runs
from 10am to 4pm.
Family fun day in 11th year
The Centrelink Jobs Expo hits town
on the 21st May as part of the "Keep
Australia Working" initiative. The Expo
will provide jobseekers with all the
information they need to nd work, or
to nd out about opportunities in the
If you are out of work, or looking
to change careers, this is a perfect
opportunity to meet with employers,
business leaders and industry
specialists in the one place.
The travelling expo has so far seen
over 62,000 people attend around the
country, with so far nearly 5,500 jobs
lled as a direct result of attending.
The Jobs Expos are a great way
for employers, industry groups,
recruitment and training providers and
community organisations to connect
directly with local job seekers.
There'll be special guests,
entertainment, giveaways, a sausage
sizzle and more. Free Centrelink Jobs
Expos Financial Information Service
seminars will also run throughout the
You'll nd the jobs expo at the Ipswich
Showgrounds from 10am to 3pm.
Admission is free.
Jobs Expo hits Ipswich
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Xennox Jewellers has donated a $10,000 diamond bracelet to charity, to be auctioned
o at the annual Zig Zag Gala Ball on 22nd May at the Brisbane Convention Centre.
Xennox owner Karl Schwantes, and ambassador for Zig Zag said "it's really a great
charity that not only raises money for children in need, but supplies money to a
number of other charities.
"We have been supporting the charity for three years now and supply them with
a number jewellery pieces to raise as much money as they can."
Xennox donates $10,000
bracelet for charity
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