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PET OF THE WEEK
PRIMROSE is a beautiful, mature cat that is
happy just lazing around watching the world
go by. She has a lovely, placid and easy going
nature and will easily settle into her new
Primrose is a friendly and confident cat
with a great outlook on life.
RSPCA ACT is uniting with other local
animal rescue groups to bring to you the
biggest adoption drive Canberra has ever
seen. ''PROJECT: Journey Home -- all
rescues lead to home'' is on February 11, from
10am-2pm at 12 Kirkpatrick Street, Weston.
Meet the rescue groups, find information on
furry friends looking for their new forever
homes, Life Skills Pet Dog Training and enjoy
a sausage sizzle and cold drinks. All welcome.
For more information on featured pets,
contact the RSPCA on 6287 8100 or visit
23 Antill St, Queanbeyan
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME
Bulk Billing Available (conditions apply)
OPEN 7 DAYS and evenings
Ph: 6297 3311
OPEN MONDAY - SATURDAY
Appointments available from 7.00am weekdays.
OPEN 7 DAYS
8am to 8pm Ph: 6297 6570
MOVIE NIGHT FOR CHARITY
A PRIVATE movie screening of The Vow at
Limelight Cinema in Tuggeranong on Valentine's
Day will help raise funds for the Technical Aid to
the Disabled ACT. The TADACT showing of The
Vow will cost only $25 per person and includes
a movie ticket, drink and popcorn combo.
This is a fantastic opportunity to not only
celebrate your love for your partner but also to
support TADACT in improving the quality of life
for people living with disabilities and the elderly in
the ACT and surrounding regional NSW.
Over the past 30 years, more than 300 TADACT
volunteers with a background in wood, metal,
design, computing and electronics trades have
designed, adapted or made about 6000 pieces of
You can register at www.technicalaidact.org.au
and click on the movie event picture on the
CALVARY HOSPITAL COMMUNITY OPEN
CALVARY Hospital will hold its second
Community Open Day on Sunday, March 18
from 10am to 2pm.
The first Calvary Hospital Community Open Day
in 2011 was such a success with almost 2000
Calvary hopes to make the open day in 2012
bigger and better than last.
This year Calvary is opening more of the hospital
up for viewing, having more community stalls and
a lot more activities to keep you busy during the
With more community stalls attending, they will
provide you with information of their role in public
health or community support.
Calvary Hospital will also be the host of a major
art show exhibiting selected works from local
There will also be lots of food and entertainment
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