This is an experience many young people share. As Castiel explains, you can't just talk to random people on the train, in class you barely have the chance to introduce yourself, and meeting people online comes with all kinds of risks and challenges. In the age of social media, it seems it may be harder than ever to connect with people face to face. Luckily Castiel is among some young people to have found a solution, but it's a little more retro than you may expect.
a Social Club For Friends New and old
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This social club for women is a great way to bring old friends together and is also ideal if you're new to Mandurah and would like to expand your social circle. Meet up with old friends or expand your social circle at our fab events and regular get togethers. Re-connect with old friends or form new friendships. Get to know the area you live in by exploring the local cafes and meeting spots.
I couldn't help but think, 'that is going to be me in a few years time'," says Dr Sheila Twine. Dr Twine has been a pillar in the Mandurah community for many years with countless facets to her contributions. She has been the president of local councils and organisations, and has been instrumental in forming non-profits such as the Pets of Older Persons POOPs , and last year was the recipient of the WA regional senior award.