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Jamieson Primary School

150th Anniversary celebrations.
Saturday October 31st.
10 a.m. onwards.

Roll call, Speech, tree planting, cake cutting, old-fashioned games, photo display.
Dance in the Hall-‘School Uniform’ theme- $10pp.

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MACE

– vocational education and training,
– early childhood education and care
and community development
Since 1975

Contact – Services – Groups – Venues for Hire – Child Care – Affiliations

Contact
Location: High Street Mansfield Vic 3722
Telephone: 03 5775 2077 – Facsimile: 03 5775 2836
Email: contact@mace.vic.edu.au – Web: www.mace.vic.edu.au
Mail: PO Box 295, Mansfield VIC 3724
ABN: 25 306 780 833

Registered Training Organisation No: 3928 – Registered Centrelink agency

Hours: Monday 10am-5pm; Tuesday to Friday 9am-5pm
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Services – See our website for all details of our services and courses.

Mansfield Adult Continuing Education offers:
– a variety of nationally accredited training opportunities for both individuals and businesses
– vocational education, short courses
– public internet access, printing, laminating, fax, scanning and colour photocopying
– computer room and in-house training.

Our training programs include nationally accredited qualifications, pre-accredited programs, compliance training and a range of leisure and lifestyle programs.

Early Childhood education and child care
Mansfield Community Centre Playgroup and Take A Break Childcare
– Take A Break is a registered childcare centre with the Victorian Department of Human Services. It is committed to providing a safe, caring and stimulating environment for children, while providing parents/guardians with the opportunity to participate in MACE programs or to take a break for whatever purpose.
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Direct links
– Skills Victoria
– Adult Community and Further Education
– Association of Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres
– Community Development
– Victorian Men’s Shed Association

Groups
MACE is the name of Mansfield Adult Continuing Education and the Mansfield and District Community Centre, which are now merged.
• Community Toy Library
• Aerobics
• Seniors: Meetings, Indoor Bowls, Cards – Hoy and Bridge
• Mansfield Community Men’s Shed – provides opportunities for members to use the shed and equipment to work on their own project, including woodwork, metalwork and welding.
• High Country Quilters – at The Shed. Friendly, productive atmosphere.
•T.O.W.N (Take Off Weight Naturally)
• Mansfield Support Group for Children with Special Needs Inc
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Venues for hire – for seminars, meetings, expos.
Audio and visual equipment is also available for use with these rooms and general hire.

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Mansfield District Hospital

Where is Mansfield Hospital?
Mansfield Hospital is located at 53 Highett Street in Mansfield . Coming from Melbourne , turn right at the first roundabout (monument) and the hospital is 500m on the right on the corner of Malcolm and Highett Street.

Visiting hours at Mansfield Hospital
As a matter of courtesy, visitors should check with the nurse in charge before visiting any patients. The hospital reserves the right to ask visitors to leave the premises at any time. Visitors are also requested to keep noise to a minimum.

General Wards: 10.00am to 8.00 pm

Midwifery Ward: 10.00 to noon Rest period 12 noon to 3.00 pm – No visitors or phone calls during this time
3.00 pm to 6.00 pm

7.00 pm to 8.00 pm Partners only

Your children may visit during this time with the permission of the nurse in charge. Normal visiting hours are observed but we attempt to ensure that mother and babe are not overwhelmed by visitors. Visitors to the maternity unit may be restricted on the first days after baby’s birth.

Parking near the hospital
Parking in Highett Street is free, there is median strip parking as well as parallel parking at the front of the hospital. There is one 10 minute pick up and drop parking space near the front entrance and one disabled parking bay. Parking at the rear of the hospital is reserved for accident and emergency patients only.

Kids at hospital
Parents are invited and encouraged to stay with young children when they are admitted as patients.
Favourite toys, rugs, etc. may be brought to hospital, however, pets are not allowed.

Booking in for an operation or procedure
The hospital will send you a letter regarding your impending surgery or procedure, usually 1 to 2 weeks prior to your procedure date. The letter sets out the instructions regarding pre-anaesthetic checks with your doctor and the procedure to follow to attend to pre admission paperwork in the hospital.
Further information regarding the procedure for surgical bookings can be obtained from the Hospital’s Ward Clerk on (03) 5775 8800.

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Mansfield Kindergarten

Mansfield Kindergarten is a community kindergarten where all children are provided a quality education within a safe and nurturing environment.

We offer both:

  • 3yr old and 4yr old kinder sessions as well as a
  • Bush Kinder sessions and
  • Playgroup sessions.
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Mansfield Shire Offices

Our Aim

To work with our community to continue to build a Shire that is recognised for its balanced economic, social, and environmental development that, in turn, acknowledges the diverse needs and values of our communities.

Guiding Principles

In achieving our aim, Council will lead, govern and deliver services and infrastructure which improve the quality of life for our current and future generations by constant reference to the following values:

Respect
We will treat everyone with respect, recognising and valuing all viewpoints.

Integrity
We will work in an open and transparent way, ensuring our processes, decisions and actions are ethical, responsible and honest.

Inclusion
We recognise that there is diversity in the community and will strive to work and direct our resources and services in ways that will result in fair and equitable outcomes for all.

Accountability
We will accept full responsibility for all that we do, for the way in which we do it and for the outcomes, whether good or bad.

Empowerment
We accept that we are here to serve the community and will ensure that people’s views are heard and acted upon where we have the capacity to do so.

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Radio Mansfield 99.7FM

In 1995, a group of interested people came together to look at the possibility of setting up a community radio station in Mansfield. Temporary broadcasting licences were obtained and the station commenced broadcasting for short periods, presenting a variety of quality programs.

On the 15th December 1997 Radio Mansfield began broadcasting as Mansfield Community Radio 3MCR, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the old station masters house near the railway station in Mansfield. In November 2005 the radio station moved to new studios in the Café Connect building centrally located in the main street of Mansfield.

Paul Duncan & Col Elliott

Currently 34 volunteers present 75 hours of live programs each week, 16 hours which are also relayed to our sister station Radio Murrundindi UGFM in Alexandra. The station presents a variety of programs including local news and current affairs, quizzes and competitions and all types of music including Country, Blues, Jazz, Classical, Celtic, Techno and Rock. Local schools participate in regular programs and a group of Yooralla clients present 3 hours of programs each week. We present live football coverage at local matches and regularly broadcast at community events from our outside broadcast van. We are also accredited emergency broadcasters.

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