Moo’s News is a newsletter written by the community for the community. The newsletter was established for the good folk of Bodalla and their close neighbours in an aim to bring the community closer together following the bushfire season that affected so many. Under auspice of Southcoast Health & Sustainability Alliance [SHASA] the Moo's News team were successful in obtaining grant funding from Coordinare - part of the South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network. These bushfire recovery funds will allow them to facilitate the newsletter which they hope can become a platform to strengthen reliance in the community, help residents and businesses rebuild, assist with isolation and encourage social cohesion. A spokesperson for the Moo's News told the Beagle "Our overall aim is to promote and improve mental health and wellbeing within the community. The launch of Moo’s News has become even more important in light of the recent Covid 19 restrictions. We encourage you to get in touch and be involved with any aspects of making the newsletter if this is something that might interest you. "Whether it be stories, information, services, or entertainment - we want to hear from you! If you would like to submit an article or story but don’t wish to have your name on it, please don’t worry, as we are happy to publish anonymously." The Moo's News project will run for two years and produce a newsletter on a bi-monthly basis with the aim to have their first edition published in July/August this year. The newsletter will be made available to view online however emphasis will be placed on being able to provide printed copies to those in the community who may not have access to computer equipment for whatever reason. To keep up to date and to get in touch: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Moos-News-103725184689099/ Email: email@example.com Instagram: @mooforthenews
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