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CRICUT JOY: WHAT MATERIALS & ACCESSORIES DO YOU REALLY NEED?

CRICUT JOY: WHAT MATERIALS & ACCESSORIES DO YOU REALLY NEED?

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ARE YOU GETTING A NEW CRICUT JOY SMART CUTTING MACHINE AND WONDERING WHAT MATERIALS AND ACCESSORIES YOU TRULY NEED TO GET STARTED? HERE ARE THE MUST-HAVE CRICUT JOY SUPPLIES AND TOOLS YOU NEED TO START MAKING FABULOUS THINGS RIGHT AWAY!

The brand new Cricut Joy is NOW available for sale! I know some of you are eager to get one, but if you’re anything like me, you’re wondering WHAT ELSE you need to have to really put it to use. It’s a new breed of cutting machine that can cut without a mat, but only if you use the right materials. And I’m getting so many questions about it from you in email that I decided it was time for a list! So let me tell you exactly what Cricut Joy materials and accessories I consider to be must-haves and nice-to-haves so you can get crafting with your awesome new cutting machine immediately!

CRICUT JOY INCLUDED-IN-BOX ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES:

CRICUT JOY EXTRA MATERIALS AND ACCESSORIES SHOPPING LIST

Tip: Learn how to make this nifty and portable Cricut tool holder here.

MUST-HAVE SUPPLY: SMART VINYL
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What? Religious Freedom: Do we need more protection?

Australia is a multicultural and multi-faith society. In recognition of this, there is a multitude of laws which protect Australians against discrimination based on religion. These laws, across jurisdictions, allow Australians to practice the religion of their choice. The 2018 Religious Freedom Review, chaired by former attorney-general Philip Ruddock did not find religious freedom in “imminent peril” but acknowledged the need for constant vigilance to maintain these freedoms.

Despite this, the current federal government has recently released a draft religious discrimination bill which makes it unlawful to discriminate against Australians on the basis of their religion. This draft bill has been developed in the context of the 2017 marriage equality debate and the more recent controversy over rugby player Israel Folau’s social media posts which lead to his contract being terminated.

At the October Newcastle Institute event, Father Rod Bower, from the Anglican Church, Gosford will be discussing whether more protection for religious freedom is needed. The Venerable Rod Bower is an Anglican priest, and Archdeacon for Justice Ministries and Chaplaincy in the Diocese of Newcastle. He is an ambassador for the Refugee Council of Australia and serves on the board of the Samaritans Foundation.

You can see a copy of then video stream of the event below.

Father Bower is a passionate advocate for a number of social justice and human rights issues, including marriage equality. He believes that our treatment of Asylum Seekers, the lack of action on climate change and the failure to adequately recognize First Nations people damages our communal soul. He is committed to building social and cultural capital and contributing to the evolution of an Australia where there is respect, peace and harmony. He will discuss the issues around religious freedom and challenge the need for strengthening these laws.

Open to the Public – All welcome – Members have complimentary access – We request a $10 donation from other attendees to assist with our costs.

Wednesday October 9th
Souths Leagues Club
Llewellyn st
Merewether
6pm-7.30pm

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Australia is a multicultural and multi-faith society. In recognition of this, there is a multitude of laws which protect Australians against discrimination based on religion. These laws, across jurisdictions, allow Australians to practice the religion of their choice. The 2018 Religious Freedom Review, chaired by former attorney-general Philip Ruddock did not find religious freedom in “imminent peril” but acknowledged the need for constant vigilance to maintain these freedoms. Australia is a multicultural and multi-faith society. In recognition of this, there is a multitude of laws which protect Australians against discrimination based on religion. These laws, across jurisdictions, allow Australians to practice the religion of their choice. The 2018 Religious Freedom Review, chaired by former attorney-general Philip Ruddock did not find religious freedom in “imminent peril” but acknowledged the need for constant vigilance to maintain these freedoms.

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