Keeping up the good work!

Keeping up the good work!

Checkout our team for bottle recycling this month

Awesome effort, to be in the heat working as a team.

Frank, Mark, Graham, Dylan and Peter C
Our New SawStop

Our New SawStop

This is our new SawStop which was partly funded by the Australian Government’s Volunteers Grant 2021.
An operator cannot sustain any injuries as the saw will immediately jam/shut off when it detects flesh.  The grant was for an amount of $3391.00 & the total cost was $5978.00.

The photo shows Kevin Roberts & Wozza Street putting the saw together

January BBQ

January BBQ

We thank the team in the efforts of sourcing sausages in this pandemic. Thank you to Peter.H, Peter.C, Kevin, Doc, Graham, Rodger, Drew and Michael for being out in the heat but doing and amazing job selling sausages to the community.

2022

2022

Happy New Years to all our members, clients and families

Wishing everyone the best for 2022

We look forward to see and hearing from you

Office open from the 17th for appointments – recommended over phone or video and email ( covid safety)

Vietnam Veterans Support Group Men’s Shed Nerang – Open Monday – Thursday ( welcoming all veterans)

Cheques delivered

Cheques delivered

Angie Bell, MP for Moncrieff presenting 3 cheques to Andy Bryson, Kevin Roberts & Peter Cameron today.  Cheques were for an Oxy-Resusitator, a Sawstop Rip Saw & First Aid training

Bunnings Night Market

Bunnings Night Market

Bunnings Nerang extended an invitation to the Men’s Shed and Gold Coast Regional
Beekeepers to attend their Christmas Night Market event on Thursday night, 9 th
December, between 6 and 8pm. Both parties accepted, and on the night set up
displays inside the trade section of the store, which was just as well, as it poured
raining for the last hour! The Men’s Shed table displayed various timber items
produced by the members, as well as honey from our hives and jams and
marmalades produced by the members.
The Beekeepers table had a live bee hive display which fascinated both children and
adults alike, as well as a variety of honey and associated products. Bunnings
provided a free sausage sizzle, and along with displays by other community groups,
including a very popular Popcorn stand, a reasonable crowd of people enjoyed the
night. Events such as these help to showcase Bunnings’ commitment to supporting
community groups, and gave both the Men’s Shed and the Beekeepers the
opportunity to further cement our ongoing relationship with the company.