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3 - Tuesday, July 15, 2014
WODEN SENIORS' BIG BOOK FAIR
Margaret Bourke, president Paul Mclew and Cindy McMillan of the Woden Seniors Centre are hosting a book fair Photo: Elesa Kurtz
Centre bursts with books set for fair
Hundreds of boxes filled with
books will provide the community
with more than just a good read
Thousands of titles will be on
sale at Woden Seniors Centre s
first three-day Big Book Fair to
support an upgrade of the aged
The Phillip-based centre is
bursting with reading material as
volunteers sift through thousands
of novels and picture books.
The book fair is expected to
raise $10,000 for a number of
works throughout the 1970s
This includes the installation of
a hearing loop in the main hall,
improving wheelchair accessibility
at the front entrance, a fresh lick of
paint throughout the centre and the
continued installation of new
window treatments to better
insulate the building.
President Peter McGlew said the
extra funding would take pressure
off a tight budget.
"We re a small community
organisation, we re not-for-profit,
we get minor government
contributions," he said.
"This gives us the capacity to do
things. We re trying to upgrade the
quality of the place and keep the
running costs down [so] we need
Book fair co-ordinator Margaret
Bourke said one member
suggested a book fair instead of the
usual fete to raise funds, while
providing an opportunity to purge
overflowing bookshelves. A coffee
shop and cake stall will also be
available during the event.
"We ve been getting a steady
stream of books for months, she
But behind-the-scenes work had
paid off in more ways than one,
bringing members together who
might not otherwise cross paths at
Woden Seniors Centre's Big
Book Fair is on Friday, August 8
11am-6pm and Saturday and
Sunday, August 9 and 10, 10am-
4pm at 12 Corinna Street.
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