June 2017 newsletter

You can read all about the people, food and events that make Newcastle Elderly Citizen’s Centre great in our June 2017 Newsletter    


March 2017 newsletter

Our March 2017 Newsletter has the story of Ken and Dorothy fulfilling their lifelong dream of a holiday cruise  


Elderly Citizen’s Christmas Party

Nuatali  Nelmes, Newcastle’s Lord Mayor joined about 90 people at the  Newcastle Elderly Citizen’s Centre Christmas Party today. The food was delicious, the entertainment joyous and the company fantastic.  


Our connection to Miss Teen Australia

This is Isabelle from the centre and her granddaughter Breanna who recently was crowned Miss Teen Australia. She is off to Florida next year to compete in the Miss World pageant. One very proud grandmother and you can see where Breanna gets her good looks from.  

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Celebrating Mercy Day

On Wednesday 21/9/16 we celebrated our identity as a part of the wider Sisters of Mercy family. After a delicious and plentiful lunch we heard from Natalie Acton from the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea. Natalie spoke about the years leading up to the founding of the first “House of…


We love our Knit Wits

This is Marion one of our Elderly Citizen’s Centre “knit witts”. We have a box of wool and knitting needles for anybody to come into the centre and sit and knit, our ladies have created 3 gorgeous rugs which we use as raffle prizes for the centre. The rugs are so special, they may not…


RUOK Day 8th Sept 2016

R U OK? Day – 8 September 2016 R U OK? Day is a great opportunity for us to commit to invite others to share how they feel. Asking the question is step one. We then need to be prepared to give the person time to respond in their own way/time without interrupting with ready answers or by…


September 2016 Newsletter

Yes, Roy’s farewell is the main story in our Sept-2016-newsletter but others might also be interested in the article on 40-50% discounts on fridges and TVs.