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December 2019 Newsletter
A Message from MCC Director Jeannie Mok OAM

What a great way to end a most successful, productive year: the festival of Christmas! Instead of winding down and even running out of steam because of our work exertions in environments that can produce many challenges, we at MCC are rev’ing up to welcome a celebration observed by so many people, a festive time of good will to all people in multicultural Australia. And for some of us, it is the celebration of the true reason for the season, the birth of Jesus, Prince of Peace, Love, Hope and Joy. Thus, even as families and friends from different faiths gather together in loving fellowship, let it also be a time of remembering our fellow men at home and in other lands, who may not be as fortunate as us. The end of the year paradoxically symbolizes the start of a new one, so when 2020 dawns, let us be determined to make a difference in the lives of those who unfortunately, do not share in our blessings. Let MCC’s motto prevail: ‘Transforming Lives and Changing Destinies’. Let us share that love, hope and joy with our fellow beings in many tangible, practical ways. May God’s Peace reign! We wish you all, a blessed Christmas, and a prosperous New Year. 
The holiday season has arrived and its time for family and friends to head HOME FOR CHRISTMAS! Once again, MCC is hosting their spectacular annual Technicolour Christmas Show & Market. It will be love at first frost with our Winter Wonderland feature for the children to experience a north pole like feeling. Grab a bite to eat from a variety of delicious food trucks and stalls while the kids are occupied with the fun games we have set up around the market. Come check out our christmas stalls and tick off a few things on your christmas shopping list. We will also have an amazing Art Competition Exhibition with some beautiful art work from the children of various schools, a petting zoo and Santa will be dropping in too! To top off the event, you will be blown away by the extraordinary Christmas Show we have prepared for you so round up your family and friends and come on down to 23 Foster Street Newmarket and celebrate Christmas with us!
Free Entry, Parking at 212 Ashgrove  Avenue, Ashgrove, shuttle bus available.
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care (CHC30113)
Our current childcare course will be finishing up their course this month (December) and we are taking enrollments for the next intake. Our next Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care course is scheduled to commence on the 30th of January 2020. If you are you thinking about a Career in Early Childhood Education and you love to be around children, then this course is for you! Give us a call today and find out how to enrol. Limited places available so hurry and sign up today!  
No Cost to eligible participants. (Other conditions apply). Contact MCC Project Coordinators on 
07 32571868 or email to enrol in the next intake.
This Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) project is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government.
Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability & Ageing) (CHC33015)
Our next Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability & Ageing) course is scheduled to commence on the 30th January 2020. If you would like to start a career in Aged Care or Disability Care and love to provide quality care to the elderly or disabled, give us a call today! Our courses are held at 23 Foster St, Newmarket. Limited places available so hurry and sign up today! 

No Cost to eligible participants. (Other conditions apply). Contact MCC Project Coordinators at
07 3257 1868 or email to enrol.
This Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) project is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government.
Our English Conversation Club has closed for the Season Holidays. Classes will resume in the New Year 2020. We would like to thank all our dedicated volunteers for the amazing time and support they have given this year, Evelyn Wong, Evelyn Kuan, Lisa Ho, Kim Bott, Debra Chen, Michael Chung and Daniel Murphy and Joseph Panthradil  as well as our Project Coordinators.

These fun-filled classes will resume on the 04 February 2020. We wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year and look forward to seeing you all again in 2020! More volunteers and club members are welcomed. For more information, contact MCC at 07 32571868.
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