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REPAIR THE DAMAGE SUMMER
HAS DONE TO YOUR SKIN
Anti-wrinkle injections, together with our medical facials,
microdermabrasions and treatments, can offer you incredible results.
You will be rejuvenated with smoother, fresher and younger looking skin.
There is almost no ouch factor in our treatments that incorporate natural,
purified protein to relax wrinkle-causing muscles. Meaning crow's feet,
forehead and frown lines are minimised for up to four months and then,
of course, there's our lip enhancement procedures.
Or maybe you'd prefer one of our dermal filler
treatments that restore youthful contours to the
face and are especially effective for cheekbone
and mid-face areas. These treatments produce
results that can last up to 18 months. As the
rejuvenating effects of some of these
treatments are not fully apparent
for up to seven days, now is the time to
prepare yourself for the year ahead.
Contact us today to arrange your complimentary
facial assessment. All treatments are suitable
for both women and men.
120 Mount Pleasant Street, Maitland
T: 1300 588 494 F: 1300 030 498
Maitland-Newcastle invites nominees for the
CatholicCare Council forming during 2011. The CatholicCare
Council has been in recess since 2008.
The role of the CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning
Council is to explore, discern and provide advice and
recommendations to the Bishop of Maitland-Newcastle. The
Council will offer visionary leadership and give advice in areas
such as Catholic mission and ethos, organisational leadership,
organisation growth and development and fnance and
As a Council member you will need the ability to oversee
a large and complex organisation and work together with
other Council Members in a confdential environment. The
Council will work closely with the CatholicCare Social Services
Director Previous experience in leadership and governance
The Diocese of Mai
Director. Previous experience in leadership and governance
would be desirable.
It is envisaged that the Council will meet bi-monthly with a
least 5 meetings per year. Expressions of interest will b
received up until 8 July 2011.
will be held at
845 Hunter Street,
the website for
For more information please refer to the CatholicCare website at
www.catholiccare.org.au or call Sue Dark on (02) 4979 1220
Hunter-Manning Council Call for
Bishop Bill with family members: (l-r) Angela and nephew
Matt, Kylie and nephew Tim, Bishop Bill and niece Anne,
Bishop Bill s sister Patricia and her husband Terry.
(back) Chris, Joseph, Leanne, (front), Samuel, Dominic and
Annie O Brien. The O Briens presented the episcopal ring
which Bishop Bill now wears.
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