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LETSWeekday LETS at Pennie's-the finished result 31-1.10.14

Sometimes there are tasks that may seem overwhelming (or boring) on your own, but organising a group of people to assist may be a great way to get the jobs done. Various groups already exist to get you started, or if you have another area of interest, speak to the committee to help instigate a new group.

If you want to enlist the help of an existing group, contact the designated coordinator. Members will be notified via email, inviting them to attend your session, and they will be asked to contact you prior to the date to confirm attendance. You will also be given a list of members who do not have access to email for you to phone. One way to ensure a good attendance is to ring some of the members directly and invite them. If you can provide a cuppa at the end it will be a nice way to finish off the day.

Throughout the year you will be notified via email when a group is scheduled to meet, the tasks to be completed on the day, and the contact details. Just contact the person whose house it is at if you can attend. This also gives you the opportunity to discuss the suitability of the tasks for your activity level.

Eastern Suburbs LETS Weekend Project Group:

The Project Group is open to all members, either as a participant or host. The group meets regularly at a member’s home and helps with a project inside or outside; eg  Gardening, Cleaning out a shed, Cleaning Windows, Decluttering inside, Doing a spring clean, Painting a bathroom.  You can request one through the Project Group Co-ordinator (see directory for contact details).

Eastern Suburbs LETS Do It Weekdays Group:

This group has been established for those members who have availability on a weekday.  Every Thursday morning and some Friday mornings a group meets during school term.   It may be any type of task, indoor or outdoor, and it may include gardening. If you’d like to host a group just contact the coordinators (see directory for contact details) with a proposed date and a list of tasks you’d like to complete. A calendar of dates/groups is emailed each term.

Yarra Valley Hub:

MERLETS is growing in the Yarra Valley and keen to invite people local to the area to join our LETS group.
We have members already in Launching Place, Gladysdale, Warburton, Don Valley and more recently in Healesville.
Please tell anyone who might be interested.  Any questions? Call Alisha on 0467 528 526

Other Hubs:

MERLETS is growing East of Melbourne.  If you live in an area that is interested in starting a LETS Hub attached to MERLETS, please contact us to see how we can help.


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