Anti Poverty Week 13th – 19th October
“The Wattle Range Council is keen to help residents make ends meet and stretch their dollars further and will provide helpful information as part of Anti-Poverty Week activities” announced Mayor Peter Gandolfi.
For instance the Millicent Library which has abundance of free things to do and will show case their impressive DVD, CD, Book, Periodicals and toy resources which are free for loan all year round.
In addition there will be information and give aways all week. Janice Nitschke Manager Libaries said “the two home electricity audit kits the Library has are currently under-utilised so as well as having them available for loan there will be information displayed on ways of cutting down on energy use, saving households money.
Budget tips and free aps to track spending will also be available.
“The Millicent Library is always keen to assist residents with information and advice, it’s what we do” she said
Centrelink’s Financial Information Services Officer, Trudy-Anne Doyle will also be available at the Library on Friday 19th October at 2pm to present information on Aged pensions and to take individual questions on people’s entitlements and maximising the pension incomes.