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  1. Hi all, So basically... I hate my job and am counting down the days until I can get the heck outta there!! (If anyone knows of ANY work let me know, like I said, I'm desperate ) Anyway, so now that I'm having a hard time dragging myself out of bed to go to work each morning I think it's about time that I meet some fun people who I can go out and do some CHEAP random fun things with to take my mind off my miserable worklife. I'm originally from Berkshire, lived in Yorkshire for a while, then Dorset, then lived in Melbourne for 4 years and have moved to Adelaide to live with my fiance about 6 months ago. Paddy is also from England (Coventry) and he has plenty of friends through the rugby club he is involved with so I need to give him time to spend alone with his mates as well as giving him a break from my moods. If anyone wants to meet up for waffles in Brighton or a spontaneous paddle down the beach etc. then just pm me and we shall work it out!!! Like I said i'm looking to do things on the cheap (need to save my pennies for when the straw finally breaks the camels back), also I like a social drink or two on a nice warm evening but I'm not a massive drinker so I don't tend to spend Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of every week down the pub, it's just not my thing... Hope to hear from some like-minded people. Cheers, Michaela
  2. Job Seeker Sessions FREE Free job seeker sessions sponsored by City of Marion and funded by ACE and Community Partnerships, DFEEST, starting Friday 1st April 9.15 for 9.30 (see below for how to book). These sessions are for job seekers who really want to find employment and who would appreciate help and advice with regard to resume writing, job search techniques – including using the internet, networking to find the hidden jobs and interview skills. Each participant will need to commit to attending each session and completing an additional three hours of job search activities each week (from 1st April until 24th June or until you find employment). All the details are below, including our contact details if you have any questions. Location: Committee Room 1, Marion Council, 245 Sturt Road, Sturt (4 minutes walk from Marion shopping centre) Dates and Times: There are 8 sessions – please write these in your diary Friday 1, 8 & 15 April Friday 6, 13 & 27 May Friday 10 & 24 June Sessions will start at 9.30am with registration from 9.15am, sessions finish at 12.30. Tea and coffee: You can make tea and coffee on the premises (you will need to wash and dry your cups/spoons and put things away). What to bring: Please bring a pen with you and if you have a resume please bring that with you (printed on paper). Parking You can park in the Council /Cooinda community centre car pars free of charge. Who is running the sessions? Bridget Hogg from HR Development at Work will be the lead facilitator. Enquiries: 8322 8455; bh@developmentatwork.com What to do next: Please ring the co-ordinator Jacque Bean on 0401 153 558to confirm that you will attend (leave a comprehensive message with all your contact details) and we look forward to seeing you at 9.15am on 1st April.

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