An environmental awareness project is under way in the NSW East Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG. The project is aimed at reminding us that much of our superseded possessions and materials can have another life and thus reduce wastage, land-fill and possibly provide someone else with something they can profitably use. Recycling reduces the demand on our precious earth resources in many ways and the environment they are harvested from. This is part of the SSIO’s ongoing commitment to ‘Serve the Planet.’
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The ACT Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG, together with the Sai Medical Unit and other participating health professionals are conducting a workshop focused on health changes as we age and resources available within the community.
The workshop will be conducted on Sunday, 2 April at the Senior Citizens’ Centre, Turner ACT.
The workshop is suitable for people aged 55 years and older, or for carers of elderly people. All within the preceding mentioned group are welcome. Registration is required.
The ACT Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG is holding a special Christmas Service on Sunday, 11 December. The venue is Erindale Neighbourhood Centre, Wanniassa. A program of Christmas songs and addresses will be followed by light refreshments.
This should be a nice family day and all are warmly invited to attend.
A separate Service activity of carol singing follows the next week.
The Victorian Regions enthusiastically invites all to attend their annual fun day with the residents of Plenty Residential Services at Bundoora Vic.
The event will take place on Sunday, 27 November 2016.
With Blessings and Divine Guidance this year’s medical camp was held from 14 to 19 August on the Fijian island of Vanua Levu. As usual the service was a combined Australian and Fijian Sai service activity providing free of charge medical and related services to the people of Fiji. There were 57 volunteers from Australia and 6 from Fiji. The Australian volunteers came from as far as Western Australia.
Centres and Groups of the ACT Region invite you to participate in a regional service project of ‘Giving with Love’ to the Blue Door drop-in Centre at Ainslie Village. The collection of articles will commence now and continue until the end of October 2016. All centres and groups will be participating.
The Sai Devotees of South Australlia – along with SSE Children – will participate in National Tree Planting Day at Maynard Avenue, Campbelltown on Sunday 31 July commencing 9AM. National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit Australians to actively care for our unique land and create future generations of committed environmental custodians.