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SKIRTS, SHIRTS AND A JOEY POUCH

SKIRTS, SHIRTS AND A JOEY POUCH

DODGES FERRY, TASMANIA Australian marsupials were some of the unlikely beneficiaries of the ‘reloved and upcycled’ sewing classes held at the Tasmanian seaside town of Dodges Ferry late last year. While the classes focused on teaching the women sewing skills needed to...

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BUTTONS, BOWS AND CAKES

BUTTONS, BOWS AND CAKES

ULVERSTONE, TASMANIA Word soon spread around Tasmania’s West Ulverstone Primary School last year that a fun craft class was on after school and it kicked off with a scrumptious afternoon tea. But the biggest appeal for the students was the chance to create something...

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August 2020 Newsletter

August 2020 Newsletter

The Tool Box of Community and Connectivity - Greetings all AUGUST 2020 HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS & MISSIONARY SISTERS OF SERVICE NEWSLETTER 2020 SMALL GRANTS ANNOUNCED AN INVITATION FOOD FOR THE HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FUNDRAISING DINNERS Firstly thank you for your...

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Creating new connections one stitch at a time

Creating new connections one stitch at a time

Clarendon Vale, Tasmania Liz Selkirk hopes relationships, as well as garments, will be created at the Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre’s new sewing classes. The Buttons, Bobbins, Beginners and Beyond sewing project began in early November with support from Highways...

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A great read!

A great read!

A few of us in the Highways and Byways community have lately found ourselves all reading the same book! And it's being passed around to family and friends across the generations. What a great read! Victor Steffensen's Fire Country - How Indigenous Fire Management...

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