SOUTH Shepparton Community Centre (SSCC) offers lifelong learning for all, includes lonely and disadvantaged people, from all walks of life.
SSCC manager, Kiki Passenheim said, “At SSCC we aim to provide a welcoming environment in which clients feel welcome to drop in and have a cuppa, to read the paper and to have a chat.
“You might have a skill to share as we are calling for volunteers in our centre, whether it be in reception, gardening, or even running your own class, come in and see us.”
SCCC president, Mheganne Lumsden said, “The centre is a drop in point and offers classes that are run by tutors and volunteers. We’d like to think that everyone is always made to feel welcome when they come into the centre and our courses offer people intellectual stimulation helping to improve people’s self-worth.”
SCCC are also proud to be part of the group project ‘Do it for Dairy,’ with an ongoing food drive to support our local dairy farmers. Our centre is a collection point for goods (weekdays from 9am to 2:30pm) and Ducat’s exchange.
Drop in to South Shepparton Community Centre at 11 Service Street, Shepparton and say hello. Call 5821 6172 for information on programs and volunteering.