Compass Assistant Dogs

Being a holiday carer is great because you get to look after a puppy-in-training while their nominated carer goes to a wedding, attends an event or has a holiday. I love looking after ‘Bosco’, he has a cheeky nature (he sometimes even sits with his paws crossed!), yet is very clever, loves to visit shops and behaves very well in public. A big thank you to Woolworths Beerwah and the community who always give us a warm welcome wherever we go. Sharon Chapman, Glass House Mountains, Compass Assistance Dogs Holiday Carer. 

Assistant Minister for Social and Disability Services Compass Farm Tour

On Wednesday the 5th of April, Andrew Wallace, Ted O’Brien and Jane Prentice, the Assistant Minister for Social and Disability Services enjoyed a tour of the farm. Special thanks to the Compass farm team for making the grounds so beautiful and Austin and Tohbias for coming in on their Holidays to greet the Assistant Minister. They then went to the Compass Connections Cafe for a lovely lunch, special thanks to Glen and the cafe team for making the cafe look beautiful and working hard as always

 

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Cam with retired light horse troup

Photo of Major Len Friend (Retired), an icon of Woombye and Surrounds, Neighbourhood Wath, Seniors, and the Woombye Light Horse Troop, enjoying a morning tea break with Compass Cafe waiter, Cameron.

The Compass Garden Cafe is situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Maroochy Bushland Botanical Gardens and is used a training and development facility for people with disabilities

 

Why not go along and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere as well as coffee and cake, Monday to Thursday from 9.30am to 2.30pm and support a wonderful venture.Photo of Major Len Friend (Retired), an icon of Woombye and Surrounds, Neighbourhood Wath, Seniors, and the Woombye Light Horse Troop, enjoying a morning tea break with Compass Cafe waiter, Cameron.

 

The Compass Garden Cafe is situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Maroochy Bushland Botanical Gardens and is used a training and development facility for people with disabilities

 

Why not go along and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere as well as coffee and cake, Monday to Thursday from 9.30am to 2.30pm and support a wonderful venture.