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JANUARY - DECEMBER 2001
To celebrate the centenary of Federation, and the International Year for Volunteers I will be cleaning
up a heritage route throughout the LAUNCESTON CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT,at various times during the year.
FEBRUARY 21 2001 NEW DIRECTIONS FOR LAUNCESTON
7-00 pm -10-00 pm
Items to be discussed but it is broad,encompassing
and the possible establishment of a LAUNCESTON COMMUNITY
MARCH 4 2001
CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY
MEET ME AT THE CIVIC SQUARE
MARCH 25 2001
35th WALK AGAINST WANT
first held in 1967 and symbolised
the long walk, undertaken daily by
women in developing countries, to
fetch water. In 2000 the Walk
Against Want raised $960,000 for Community Aid Abroad.
The Walk Against Want is now
Australia's longest running outdoor fundraising event and occurs in March each year.
For information on how to take
part call at the CAA shop
12 August : International Youth Day,
after nine years since first recommended the inaugural World Youth Forum has become reality
SEPTEMBER 2001 CLEAN UP THE WORLD SEPTEMBER 21 -23
8 am -4pm
FRIDAY and SUNDAY
OCTOBER 2001 12 months out from E day,an assessment will be made on
strengths of the campaign to date
It is with sadness that I enter this item into my diary.
November 30 - 11-00 am at the St John's Anglican Church
the funeral service for John Baden Lees,The Mayor of Launceston.
Relatives and friends have been respectfully invited to attend.
John was admitted to the LGH on Wednesday Morning having had a heart attack he passed away on November 26,after a second heart attack..
John was 57 and is survived by his wife Mary,sons Patrick,David and James.
A condolence book is available for The Launceston Community and others who have known John ,to sign at the Launceston Town Hall Service Centre.
MARCH 23 2002
The Tasmanian Greens 30th birthday.
At a public meeting in the Hobart Town Hall
on March 23 1972 the United Tasmania Group
The late Richard Jones was a founding member
of the UTG which later evolved into the TAS GREENS.
The UTG was the first Green Political Party in the world
They stood candidates in the 1972 election to draw attention to the flooding of Lake Pedder.
It is also interesting to note that when Bob Brown first stood for the Senate he gained only 112 votes.
New Garbage Contracts will we see full kerbside recycling?