MidCoast Council will hold a workshop to introduce users to its new one-stop community director, MyMidCoast, and learn how to get the best out of this new tool.
The on-line directory will provide up-to-date and easily-accessible information for both the local community and visitors to the area.
"We're delighted to be able to offer this directory to the Mid Coast community," MidCoast council liveable communities director, Paul De Szell.
"This service is all about user-friendly, easily accessible and up-to-date information, all in the one place," he said.
We encourage people to come to our launches to find out how easy this tool is to use.Paul De Szell
Find information on ageing, youth and disability services, services for families and children, including playgroups, counselling, parenting, volunteering opportunities, social activities including arts and crafts groups, community gardens, health services, sporting groups and more, atMyMidCoast.com.au.
Information can be viewed online, and is also accessible through the mobile app Access My Community that can be installed on mobile devices.
"We encourage people to come to our launches to find out how easy this tool is to use," Mr De Szell said.
Launch presentations are being held at council offices on:
- Monday, February 17 at 2pm in Gloucester;
- Tuesday, February 18 at 9.30am in Taree, and
- Tuesday, February 18 at 2pm in Forster.
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