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Community News- October 2017 Edition

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Say ‘Hello’ to Our Reconnect Bus

Yes, PRACE’s Reconnect service has gone mobile. The Reconnect team have been out and about, promoting PRACE and the Reconnect program in the Darebin area. Our ‘Reconnect Bus’ offers passers-by a chance to obtain course information about both PRACE and …

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Join us at Whittlesea’s Welcome Expo – 5 Oct

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Term 3 Morning Tea Hosted by PRACE VCAL Students

Last week PRACE students celebrated the end of term 3 with a morning tea hosted by PRACE’s VCAL students.  The theme was celebrating diversity and students were encouraged to bring a dish from their home culture to share. The VCAL students …

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iPad for Seniors Graduation Afternoon Tea

Last Friday residents from Little Sisters of the Poor completed our iPad for Seniors program and celebrated this occasion with a special graduation afternoon tea. We wish to congratulate all participants on this impressive accomplishment and commend Sister Rosemary and …

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RU OK? Day – September 14th 2017

We hope that everyone will get involved in this important initiative today. A meaningful conversation can start with “R U OK?”

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Global Sisters – Dolphin Tank

Congratulations to all 13  Global Sisters participants who completed their Sister School program today at PRACE. In the ‘Dolphin Tank’  participants got an opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges. Participants received some great feedback and ideas on …

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Back To Where It All Began

We have gone back to where it all began for PRACE.   The Certificate III in Education Support course is now officially being delivered at East Preston Community Centre (EPCC).   PRACE had its humble beginnings at 7 Newton Street, East …

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You Can Help Our Asylum Seeker Students Stay in Class

A message from Deb Vallely, Asylum Seeker Programs Coordinator   Dear friends, As you may know, PRACE has been working with and supporting people seeking asylum for a number of years now.  We have seen how vital English language classes …

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Community News – September 2017

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