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Thursday 22nd March, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)

Heather will be interviewing Julie Jardine Chairperson of the Cando Cancer Trust.
The Coffs Coast & Clarence CanDo Cancer Trust supports patients and families attending the North Coast Cancer Institute. Julie will talk about the aims of the Trust and how it can provide support for cancer patients and their families.








Thursday 29th March, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)

Heather will be interviewing Ellen Slater from Joyland Carers Retreat.
The Joyland Carers Retreat is a purpose built retreat that has been designed to provide carers with a restful and peaceful break away from their caring duties.






On Thursday 15th March, 2018 Richard interviewed Ian Wade, the President of the Woolgoolga Probus Club.
Ian and Richard discuss the functions of the Woolgoolga Probus club, its members and what they do.





Thursday 8th March, 2018 : Heather interviewed Michela Blair, from NSW Fair Trading.
NSW Fair Trading safeguards the rights of all consumers and advises business and traders on fair and ethical practice. Michela spoke about the functions of NSW Fair Trading and how it might be of help to those in the community.





On March 1st, Heather interviewed Greg Breed, President and Greg Collier Vice-President, - both of the Coffs Seniors Computer Club.
The Coffs Seniors Computer Club meets on Mondays at Cavanbah Centre, where tuition is provided by volunteers on a wide range of computing topics.
During the interview topics discussed included, the club, its activities and how it can help seniors with their computers, tablets or mobile phones.





Olga speaks with Samantha (Sam) from the Coffs Latin Rhythm Group.
The Coffs Latin Rhythms group was formed in late 2009 by a small but dedicated group of dancers to promote Latin dance and music in Coffs Harbour and surrounding areas.
Sam talks about the group, the various styles and types of dances, as well as when and where the classes are held.





February 15, 2018 : Fran interviews Win Howard, the President of CHERP, - Coffs Harbour Education & Recreation Program.
CHERP is a Non-Profit Organisation offering Leisure Activities for the Over 50s in the Coffs Harbour area.
Win Howard discusses the functions of CHERP and some of the activities and services it has to offer.





On February 08, 2018, Heather interviewed Max Dawes from the 2AIRFM Fund-raising Committee, about the upcoming Observation Rally.
The Observation Rally, to be held on Sunday 18th February, promises to be a fun-filled event for all the family. Max explained what the rally involves, and how to participate.





February 01, 2018: Richard interviewed Russel Jones, (CEO) and Wayne Crowther (Manager) of Loaves and Fishes. The Loaves and Fishes Foodstore supports over 4000 families throughout the Coffs Coast by providing them with groceries at about one-third of supermarket prices.





January 25, 2018: Heather interviews Lester Platts of Rotary Coffs Harbour South about the upcoming Bookfest fundraiser.
Bookfest is largest book fair on the North Coast and is held at the Coffs Harbour Showground.





On Thursday the 18th January, Sheree interviewed Yvonne Richards, who is President of Go Girls Global.
Yvonne talks about the history of Go Girls, its purpose and activities.





On Thursday the 11th January, Heather interviewed Greg Hackfath, who has spent 20 years working as a lifeguard on the Coffs Coast.
Greg talks about his time as a lifeguard and some of his experiences during that time.



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