Monthly Archives: July 2013

WANTED: Trainee TIG Welders

The Blacksmith’s Tree is slowly being assembled from over 3,000 leaves and hundreds of branches and twigs.  We need TIG welders to help us. A free TIG welding course is being offered to anyone who would like to learn and assist in constructing the intricate canopy of the Tree. The course will give you the […]

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New Products in the Shed Shop

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A new range of products made by the members of The Shed have been added to our Shed Shop. We now have pot plant holders, candle holders, wood carts with blocks, planters and much more.Make sure you check it out by visiting our Shed Shop by clicking here.

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Would you like to win a $100 Bunnings Warehouse Voucher, as well as improve the future of Men’s Sheds?

Dear Men’s Shedders, My name is Sean Ford. I’m a student at the University of Canberra and I’m currently running a study examining the benefits of Men’s Shed membership using a confidential survey that my supervisor and I developed. This is separate to the research study being conducted by Beyond Blue/Ultra Feedback which you may […]

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What Is Wisdom? What Does It Mean To Be Wise?

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a wise person? What characteristics make one person wise and another not so wise? How do you even know if a decision you make is wise or not? And why do we want or need to make wise decisions anyway? Wisdom is hailed as one characteristic […]

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Is There A Better Way To Prevent Type 2 Diabetes In Men?

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Type 2 diabetes is an increasingly common problem. When present it reduces the overall quality of life. The health care costs to treat people with diabetes are high. Type 2 diabetes tends to run in families. The likelihood of developing the disease increases with age and is more common in men than women in Australia. […]

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Shed Update – July

The guys have been busy this last month making plant pot hangers and baskets for orders, and there is a good buzz about the place with everyone getting involved. A big thankyou to Paul C. who has spent a great deal of time photographing our items and using Photoshop to remove the backgrounds. We will […]

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