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Lunch and Dinner Tuesday to Sunday
Breakfast from 10am Saturday and Sunday
This week's special:
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New season crab meat off King Island and
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Lunch bookings 12noon-2pm
Tapas & Music from 2pm
Sunday, November 29
Thursday locals night
Weekend Lunch Specials
13 - 15, 2015
What s on this week...
The Syncopators are just one of many class acts that will be performing at the Phillip Island Jazz Festival on the weekend of Novem-
Jazz festival is a sell-out
THE Phillip Island Jazz Festi-
val, to be held over the weekend
of November 13-15, is already a
sell-out, with some of Australia's
best jazz musicians descending
on the Island for this year's event.
The following groups will be
performing: Licorice Allsorts, The
Syncopators, Southside Jazz,
JMQ, Tamara Kuldin, Shirazz,
Creole Bell's Revival Band, Bever-
ley Sheehan, La Mauvaise Reputa-
tion, Honkey Tonk Boogie Band
and Nolte Brother's Novelty Six.
This year, festival goers will
include visitors the United King-
dom, America and New Zealand,
as well as interstate trekkers
from Queensland, New South
Wales and Tasmania.
The festival becomes more
popular annually, and tickets are
scarcer as each year goes by.
If you would like to put your
name on a waiting list in case
tickets are returned please con-
tact Robin Blackman on 0432
Students raise $14,000 for Oxfam
EACH year the Newhaven Col-
lege Year 12 student cabinet se-
lect a charity to support.
Oxfam was chosen as the 2015
beneficiary because of their com-
mitment to a just world without
"We envisage a world in which
people can influence decisions
that affect their lives, enjoy their
rights, and assume their respon-
sibilities ---a world in which
everyone is valued and treated
equally" is their view.
Annalise De Mel, Schools Pro-
gram Coordinator with Oxfam
Australia was presented with a
giant cheque at a recent school
assembly where she thanked the
college community for supporting
the trivia and auction night, bake
sales, dress up days and other
fundraising events that contrib-
uted to the impressive total.
The whole school is involved
in the fundraising effort so every
student from Prep to Year 12 has
the opportunity to help make a
difference to the lives of others.
Vice Principal of Newhaven Col-
lege, Jason Scott is proud of the
leadership shown by the 2015
Year 12 Cabinet.
"Newhaven College has a well-
established culture of social jus-
tice and volunteering," he said.
"This group of Year 12 students
has worked with enthusiasm and
commitment to continue this tra-
dition and their hard work has
been rewarded with an impres-
sive grand total of $14,000 which
they were proud to be able to
hand to Oxfam.
"The skills and talents of this
group is impressive and enabled
them to galvanise the whole col-
lege community together and
reach their fund-raising goal.
"Year 12 is a busy year and it
is a credit to these students that
they commit so much time and
effort to supporting others who
are not as fortunate as us; hats
off to them!"
Newhaven College students recently presented a cheque for $14,000 to Oxfam. At the presentation
were, from left, Middle School Vice-Captain Verena Bastrwous, Junior School Captains Jamie Liatos
and Saffi Campbell-Walker with the $14,000 cheque for Annalise De Mel from Oxfam. Back, Prin-
cipal Gea Lovell, Middle School Vice-Captain James Mercer, School Captains Luke Anstey, Ethan
Slade and Emily Anthony, Annalise De Mel, Vice-Principal Jason Scott, Head of Middle School Jane
McGillivray, School Captain Renata Phyland and Head of Junior School Ralph Arceo.
Men's Shed to the rescue!
DO you have any furniture that is
Maybe a loose or broken leg on a
table or arm of a chair?
Made from timber or metal?
If so, the men at the Phillip Island
RSL Community Men's Shed are
available to help you with your re-
Repairs are carried out at reason-
able charges with all proceeds going
back into the Shed.
The Shed has an array of carpen-
try and metalworking tools just wait-
ing to be used by the enthusiastic
team of members.
Get your repairs done in time for
the summer holidays, is their mes-
sage to the community.
Coordinator Terry Heffernan can
be contacted for more information
on 0438 808 428.
Franz Kirsch at the Phillip Island
Men's Shed with a deck chair that has
been recently repaired by members.
David Hawker works at the Men's Shed restoring a
100 year plus American rocking chair.
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