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City of Albury RSL Sub-Branch

VETERANS SUPPORT CENTRE

527 Wilson Street Albury             Ph 02 6021 1341

Serving the veteran and service community of Albury and district

THE PRICE OF LIBERTY IS ETERNAL VIGILANCE

Office Hours

Tue

10am - 3.30pm

Wed

10am - 3.30pm

Thu

10am - 3.30pm

ANZAC House

Sub Branch meetings

Are held on the

3rd Sunday of each month at 11 am

Albury war memorial

Please note:-

    We are not a registered club and do not have catering or bar facilities.

    If you require these facilities please contact:-

  The SS&A Club Albury or The Commercial Club Albury

The Link RSL Day Club

Every Thursday

10am to 2pm


The Link Day Club is a not for profit community organisation run by a keen group of volunteers at ANZAC House, 527 Wilson St, Albury

Our activities include gentle exercise for senior Residents from Albury/Wodonga plus quizzes and games along with guest speakers/entertainers and movie days.

Morning tea and lunch are provided for a nominal fee and local transport is available for members. ANZAC house has disabled facilities.

We are currently seeking new members and volunteers to take us into our 11th year.

Please note:- Members do NOT have to be veterans or RSL members, our club is open to everybody.

Please contact Danny

Phone 0477 224 751

linkclubdanny@dodo.com.au

or

ANZAC House  02 6021 13 41 for more information.

A Brief History

Day Clubs were established in NSW in 1977 as a joint venture between the RSL (Returned and Services League of Australia, (NSW Branch) and the Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), NSW Office. Although sponsored by the RSL and supported by the DVA, each Club is open to any interested member of the community, not just ex-service people

Who runs the Club?

The club is supported solely by volunteers from the community. Anyone is welcome to volunteer. Training is provided.

The agenda may include:

• Arrival and welcome.

• Gentle Exercises - an exercise routine that is suitable for older adults

• Leisure activities - cards, table games, socialising.

• Morning tea

• Mind Alive! - A program of mentally stimulating and interesting activities.

• Community involvement — entertainment, speakers

• Lunch

• 2pm Transport home (if available)

Who can join?

• The club is open to veterans, their families, war widows AND older members in the local community

• Members must be independent e.g. feeding, medication and reasonable mobility

• Members may be accompanied by a carer if the member requires extra support

Consult with the Club Coordinator if you have any questions.

Is there a contribution fee?

A small contribution for the day is required to cover costs. (a morning tea, two course lunch and activities).

There may be an extra cost if there is a special excursion or a special lunch.

Who We Are

About Us

Day Clubs provide fun, friendship and great activities for older people in the community.

When: One day per week 10am — 2pm

Catering: Morning tea and light lunch

Transport: Transport may be provided