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Patriots Australia

Australian Hearing celebrates Veterans’ Heath Week

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Welcome to your October edition 

This month Australian Hearing celebrates Veterans’ Heath Week across the country. Between October 21 and 29 veterans, war widows, widowers, current and ex-Australian Defence Force members and their families are encouraged to improve and maintain the health and wellbeing of themselves and their friends. 

In this issue, we take a look at Australian Hearing’s history with veterans, catch up with one of our veterans, look at how to fix the most common hearing aids problems, and find out the winners of our Father’s Day competition.
 
https://www.hearing.com.au/australian-hearings-history-with-veterans/
Australian Hearing’s history with veterans

Australian Hearing’s long and important relationship with veterans dates back 70 years.

Veterans have been part of the Australian Hearing story since the beginning. Have a read of how the relationship started.
Find out more here
https://www.hearing.com.au/tinnitus-treat/
What you need to know about tinnitus and how to manage it 

Over the next four issues we are going to feature a series of articles on the frustrating and sometimes debilitating condition known as tinnitus. 

In this month’s issue we will fill you in on what is tinnitus and how to manage it.
Find out more here
https://www.hearing.com.au/how-to-fix-common-hearing-aid-problems/
How to fix common hearing aid problems 

Many issues people face with hearing aids can be easily fixed.

Follow our quick and easy guide which will walk you through the process of fixing some of the more commonly found problems. If you are still having trouble, don’t hesitate to contact your nearest Australian Hearing centre on 131 797 for assistance.
Find out more here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZBRonIsezo
Harry Allie’s Amazing Story 

Royal Australian Air Force veteran Harry Allie’s hearing has made a comeback in his twilight years. When his hearing started to decline, Harry became very frustrated.

He had problems hearing high tones and pitches but was able to fix it with the help of hearing aids. He talks about his experiences in this video.
Watch video here
https://www.hearing.com.au/keeping-in-touch-fathers-day-dadvice/
Post Fathers’ Day Story Winner

In last month’s issue we celebrated fathers and other male role models with a competition and are thrilled to not only announce the winner but share some of our favourite entries.

Five fathers (pictured) from Australian Hearing had the hard task of going through all the entries and deciding the winner. With the top five favourites selected, the winning Father’s Day Dadvice was from Keith Hateley from New South Wales.

Winner: The best advice my father gave to me was just before I got married and they went something like this:

“There are only two words that you need to know for a happy marriage and they are “YES DEAR”


General News

08 Aug 18
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Members of Moreton Bay Chapter recently handed over a cheque for $5315 to Legacy Brisbane from the proceeds of their recent Tattoo and Rockabilly Show.
25 Jul 18
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Congratulations Ozzie welcome
05 May 18
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The Members of the NSW Barwon & Hunter Valley Chapters put on a promotion drive at the Tamworth Shannons Motor Show the weekend of May 5th 18.

Chapter News

09 Sep 18
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PATC helped kick off Townsville Legacy week with our dontation of $10,000. This would not be possible without the support of the motorcycling and local communities and busineses. FFBFL PFFP
30 Jul 18
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In mid June, Daisy was contacted by the RSL WA for the Club to help Glen Swift ride from Perth to Sydney to raise the awareness for our “Young Heroes”.  Barwon Chapter jumped at the chance to show the colours when he rode through Dubbo.
25 Jul 18
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The presentation by the Riverina Chapter, of our donations to the Blanket Drive that is being run by Sisters Housing Enterprises Inc Wagga.

Probationary Chapters

Proposed new Chapters are required to have a minimum number of Members (7), an Application for a new Chapter will only be processed where the minimal number of Members has been achieved. Members may be drawn from any existing Chapter or Chapter nominees to be made up after the Chapter is formed. During the probationary period they cannot mentor new Probationary Chapters. They must also prove that they can abide by the rules and ethos of the Club prior to being granted their Charter (Nat Constitution 15).

Tasmania

There has been keen interest from ex Military motorcyclists to re-establish the Tasmanian Chapter of PAMMC. If you are an Ex Patriot & had to resign when the old Chapter closed down, here is an opportunity to rejoin & experience the camaraderie you enjoyed before. Please contact the National Secretary at natsec01@patriots-australia.com for further details.

About Us

The Patriots are a motorcycle club for regular, reserve and ex-serving members of the defence force (Army, Navy and Air Force) Patriots Australia has been around since 1993 and were established because at one time or another, most of us would have liked to join an established club, but found that due to constant postings, this became difficult to achieve.

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Latest Honours

  • Chapter of the Year
    Congratulations to Hunter Valley who have been awarded Chapter of the Year for 2017.
  • Patriot of the Year
    Congratulations to Chainsaw who has been awarded Patriot of the Year for 2017.

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