Anniversary – Community

  OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY L I N D I S F A R N E S C H O O L In 1980, Priest Canon Ray Dyson from St Cuthbert’s Church in Tweed Heads approached one of our bowling members while walking past the club one day. He kindly asked if the Tweed Heads Bowls Club could load $50,000 to build a school in South Tweed, Sunshine Road. It was 10 years earlier that the Canon helped the bowls club obtain their Liquor License after there was an outcry...
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Community

L I N D I S F A R N E S C H O O L In 1980, Priest Canon Ray Dyson from St Cuthbert’s Church in Tweed Heads approached one of our bowling members while walking past the club one day. He kindly asked if the Tweed Heads Bowls Club could load $50,000 to build a school in South Tweed, Sunshine Road. It was 10 years earlier that the Canon helped the bowls club obtain their Liquor License after there was an outcry from two Christian Churches in the immediate area of the club. After the school was successfully built, the club decided that the large loan was...
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Tweed Heads Bowls Club helping to shape positive outcomes for local families

Tweed Heads Bowls Club and Shaping Outcomes (Tweed Valley Early Childhood Intervention Service) have had a long relationship spanning nearly four decades and over that time have helped make a real difference to local families lives. THBC have been strong supporters and community partners from the beginning said Colin Usher CEO of Shaping Outcomes. Through their generosity we have been able to provide crucial initial intervention support to 1000’s of Children and families in the Tweed region that have developmental delays or disabilities. In recent years the Club have been major supporters...
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TWEED HEADS BOWLS CLUB OFFERS HELP TO RAVAGED COMMUNITIES

SUPPORT FOR BUSHFIRE RELIEF AND RECOVERY                                                                                  Text by Lynne Deans I Customer Service Manager and Emilie Gachassin I Marketing Coordinator With Australia experiencing one of the worst bushfire seasons on record, people from all over the country came together to help the communities and affected wildlife. The bravery of our volunteer fire fighters, emergency services and animal rescue groups has been inspiring and incredibly heart-warming during th...
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TENNIS TERRANORA SERVES AN ACE

With committed support from the community and the dedication of their members, Tennis Terranora have proudly announced the re-opening of the Joan Nicoll Tennis Centre Clubhouse this month. The club was devastated when a deliberately lit fire destroyed the old clubhouse and most of their equipment back in 2017. “The whole community felt the impact of this senseless act of vandalism” said Ms Debbie Teitzel secretary of the club, “It’s not only our members who play on a regular basis that are effected but the whole community feels a sense of loss when something like this occurs. The rebu...
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THE COMMANDERS ACTIVE CITIZEN PROGRAM 2019

The Club has thrown their support behind this valuable local program for a number of years and are happy to say that this is year has been no different. The main purpose of The Commanders Active Citizen Program is to promote and encourage positive interaction between Aboriginal Youth and local Police. The programs organisers seek to improve participation in the local Aboriginal Consultative Committee (PACC) meetings, by mentoring and engaging with a group of year 10 Aboriginal students from local high schools within the Tweed Byron Police District. They provide mentorship and development opp...
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POTTSVILLE BEACH NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE

Over the last year Tweed Heads Bowls Club has supported the Pottsville Beach Neighbourhood Centre’s Side by Side program. The Side by Side (SbS) program is an holistic, family support group that exists for primary school-aged children with autism, their siblings and parents/carers and extended family members. The SbS program focuses on the needs of children by creating opportunities for them to develop and practice social skills and make friends whilst playing, creating or working side by side. It is highly popular, unique to our area and reliant on donations to continue to operate. Tweed H...
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Shaping Outcomes

For many years now Tweed Heads Bowls Club has supported Shaping Outcomes in many different ways, including cash donations, fundraising prizes and BBQ lunches for the families who are involved with the program. Shaping outcomes is a non-profit community organisation and registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider. They offer flexible and personalised early childhood intervention programs and services, that build on the strengths and increase the abilities of children with disabilities or delays. Working as a team with their families and the community surrounding them to hel...
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