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Captains coordinate giving

A CAPTAIN’S Camp initiative has collected an estimated $70,000 worth of sporting equipment for disadvantaged communities around Australia. The Captains Camp program which promotes leadership and social strengths in young sports people saw more than 20 teams of scavengers hit the streets of their town collecting second hand equipment on Sunday. Program coordinator Jamin Heppell, […]

November 26th, 2013 | Posted in Featured,Sport | Read More »

Mos grow in Loch

A TEAM of 11 moustached men have been spotted in Loch over the past few weeks. The Loch Mobros are sporting hairy upper lips for a good cause for the sixth year running and they are aiming to raise over $2000. The idea to join the Movember community started in 2007 in the Loch Hotel. […]

November 26th, 2013 | Posted in Community,Featured | Read More »

National award for Martin Builders

DAVID Martin of Martin Builders Inverloch proudly came home from Canberra with a Master Builders National Award on November 16. The award was given to him for the National Luxury Project home between $1-2 million in the domestic section. The event was held in Parliament House and was a two day conference. Awards were received […]

November 26th, 2013 | Posted in Business | Read More »

CFA opens doors

COUNTRY Fire Authority brigades across the region opened their station doors on Sunday to share with the community their role. Young and old were invited to look through their local fire station, sit in the fire tankers and pumpers and look over all the equipment used by the crews. Fire safety information was also promoted […]

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Guides celebrate 90 years

WONTHAGGI celebrated 90 years of Girl Guides on Sunday with a special celebration. Former and current guides from over the past 90 years happily got together to remember the good times of the past and look forward to the future. A wide range of memorabilia was on display for old and young to admire and […]

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ANZAC Commemoration

MEMBER for McMillan Russell Broadbent is urging constituents keen to fund a project marking the Anzac Centenary in 2015 to get their applications in soon. The Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program assists and encourages communities across Australia to undertake their own Anzac Centenary projects, commemorating the service and sacrifice of Australian servicemen and women in […]

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FAMDA celebrates milestone

THE theatre company that began life as Foster Films, Art, Music and Drama Association celebrated its 60th birthday on Monday, November 4 with a party at the Foster Museum. President of the association now fondly referred to as FAMDA, Edwin Coad, said he was proud of what they have done over the years. “It is […]

November 11th, 2013 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Community | Read More »

Roses smell sweet

  IT’S the scent that hits you first. And the Leongatha Rose Spectacular not also smells good but it’s a pleasure to see and helps to promote the town’s profile. The perfume of the flowers is one element that Wanda Egerton truly appreciates. Wanda has attended every Leongatha rose show for the last 15 years […]

November 11th, 2013 | Posted in Community,Featured | Read More »

Fete fun

  THE sun shone down on a successful St Laurence’s Primary School Fete on Saturday. Crowds made their way into the Leongatha school’s grounds to enjoy the annual event, again well supported by the community. All the normal treats like lollies and show bags were on offer. Some face paint was in order before heading […]

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Inverloch backs family

AT LEAST $2500 was raised for an Inverloch family in need at the Inverloch and District Preschool’s walkathon on Sunday. And another $1000 could roll in from sponsorship pledges. Children tackled laps of an obstacle course at the Inverloch Recreation Reserve before enjoying horse and cart rides, fun in the jumping castle and face painting. […]

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