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Phillip Island Movie
Club rates ‘Going Away’
LAST month’s film ‘Going Away’ was
given a 3.2 StarBox rating by the 66
members who voted.
This month’s film on November 25 is
‘Four of a Kind’, directed by Fiona Cock-
Four of a Kind was completed in 2008
and released in 2009. It was adapted
from a stage play Disclosure by Helen
Collins as presented at La Mama The-
atre during the 2006 Melbourne Fringe
Fiona Cockrane describes the plot as
“four different women, each with a well-
hidden secret they are coaxed, tricked
or forced into revealing... sometimes it’s
better to omit the truth.”
We are very lucky to have Fiona here
to present her film on the 25th and have
a discussion with the audience. The film
was shot on location in Melbourne.
This last film for the year is a social
night and if able, please bring a small
plate to share. Bring your own glass as
drinks are provided.
Entrance is by membership only.
Any queries can be made on 5956
These gentlemen were dressed to impress when the Phillip Island Probus Club
celebrated Cup Day in Ventnor.
All the fashion of the races was on display when the ladies of the Phillip Island
Probus Club gathered for their Cup day celebrations last week in Ventnor.
Cup day fun for Probus
THE Phillip Island Probus Club held
their Cup Day festivities in great country
style with a gathering at the property of
Geoff and Una Mounter in Ventnor.
It was a fun filled day with 55 mem-
bers attending, dressed in their best
race garb and laden with all they needed
for a barbecue and chicken salad lun-
As well as enjoying a few sparkling
beverages, these happy race -goers also
had plenty of entertainment with vari-
ous sweeps and tipping contests going
on throughout the day.
Everyone was dressed to impress
with the ladies setting the scene in their
beautiful outfits and stunning millinery
Not to be outdone, the gentlemen also
displayed their fashion flair with a vari-
ety of imaginative co -ordinates.
A standout was Chris Cannin, winner
of the men’s fashion section, closely fol-
lowed by the sheik, Tom Goode, who
was voted the best dressed male.
A great day was held by all, especially
for Gary Parker who won the “pot” at
Phillip Island Probus gentlemen, from left, Tom Goode, Chris Cannin and
Gary Parker take it easy during the club’s Cup Day celebrations last week.
Cheers! These three ladies of Melaleuca Lodge (L-R) Lorraine, Joan and Mary raise a glass to celebrate
Oaks Day and to show off their millinery flair. As well as creating her own hat, Mary also added sparkle and
glitter to the occasion with her highly decorative reading glasses.
Oaks Day was celebrat-
ed in Cowes last Thurs-
day with a bevy of local
ladies donning their fin-
est outfits to celebrate
this special day in the
Spring Racing Carnival.
The residents of Mela-
leuca Lodge showed their
creativity with beautiful
and original head wear,
while the St Mary’s Cath-
olic Church hall took on
a stylish and colourful
decor as elegant guests
arrived for a traditional
chicken and champers
luncheon. All in all it was
an occasion for these la-
dies to sit back and enjoy,
despite the dampening
The beauty of the Philippines was on show at the St Mary’s Oaks Day luncheon last Thursday when these Filipi-
no ladies dressed in their brightest outfits. Left to right, Fernando Kleverkamp, Merlina Walton, Rowena Stedman,
Aileen Fischer and Lucia Williams. Their impressive choose of accessories added flair to this special occasion.
Melaleuca Lodge residents Dot Brice (left) and
Pat Mason (right) enjoyed the festivities of Oaks
Day and wore their hand crafted hats to this spe-
cial afternoon tea.
Sri Lankan born Ingrid Rizvi (left) chose a traditional silk sari to wear to the St Mary’s Oaks Day luncheon
last Thursday. Ingrid was accompanied by local ladies (L-R) Bev Trewin, Nola Anketell and Ruth Hopkins
who were also dressed to impress.
Hats were the choice of the day for Oaks Day patrons
(seated L-R) Karen McDonald, Shirley Collins and Rosie
O’Connor with (standing L-R) Rosemary De Graves and
Kathy Hardman pictured at the ladies luncheon held in
St Mary’s Church hall, Cowes, last Thursday.
These two gentlemen Lance Collins (left) and Jim
Bayliss (right) were on hand to wait on the ladies
at last Thursday’s Oaks day luncheon held in St
Mary’s Church hall in Cowes. They are pictured here
in their best attire with San Remo ladies Theresa
Smith and Jacqui Vandelitt (seated right).
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