Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : December 2 2015 Contents THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015 - PAGE 13
15th December 2015
FREE Activities, Petting Zoo,
Face Painters, Pockets the Clown
7.30pm Music - Local Artists
** Free Raffles ** Free Show Bags
6.30pm Santa arrives on a Trike!
Proudly supported by:
Phillip Island & San Remo Interchurch Council
Bass Coast Shire Council
Branch Bendigo Bank
& Phillip Island RSL
Cowes Community Christmas Celebrations
Phillip Island & San Remo
Inter-Church Council. Inc
'Churches working together'
featuring Carols by the Bay!
CELEBRATE the arrival of summer to the sounds of
live music, and by tantalizing your taste buds with some
of the finest local produce available at "Summer Vibes"
which is being held this summer on Churchill Island.
Kick back, relax and take in the glorious views as you
sample local cheeses, gourmet offerings, beers and wines
on the lawns at Churchill Island, while listening to some
great music from our talented musicians.
The new chef at the much loved Churchill Island Café
has embraced all that our local region and the Churchill
Island farm has to offer, with a whole range of tempting
new dishes, including many ingredients straight out of the
farm's kitchen garden.
And combined with the music on offer, has come up
with the perfect way for community members and visitors
to spend Friday evenings.
"Summer Vibes" is being held every Friday in Decem-
ber and January (except Christmas Day) beginning this
week, and it will go through until January 29, from 6pm
There is free entry to the café and lawn area, to enjoy
this experience, where a gourmet menu and drinks at
menu prices will be served.
Come and feel the "Summer Vibes" at Churchill Island
over the summer season, and enjoy the atmosphere, food
and great music from some of our talented local musi-
Churchill Island is part of Phillip Island Nature Parks, a
All revenue raised is invested into research, conserva-
tion, education and wildlife rescue and rehabilitation ac-
Gourmet offerings will be a feature of Churchill Is-
land's "Summer Vibes" Friday evenings throughout
December and January. Live music and great food
will be on offer on Fridays between 6pm and 8pm.
Enjoy 'Summer Vibes'
on Churchill Island
THIS Christmas, Ray White Real Estate
will continue its popular tradition of giv-
ing with the return of a 'Little Ray of Giv-
Ray White Phillip Island is joining with
St Vincent de Paul Society in Cowes to
help disadvantaged children during the
The St Vincent de Paul team will en-
sure the gifts are delivered to deserving
children to help put smiles on their faces
this Christmas and the team at Ray White
are proud to support and collaborate with
this local charity.
Gifts will be collected by the St Vinnie's
team on December 15 so they are able to
prepare them for delivery out to families
in good time for Christmas.
"The campaign will officially launch
on December 1. This gift drive is a really
simple way to help put a smile on the face
of children and families who may need
some extra cheer at this time of year," said
Ray White's principal Kristien Formosa.
"All you need to do is wrap up your
present and drop it under the tree at Ray
White in Cowes.
"Our front office team will be only too
happy to assist any gift givers with tagging
the present with an appropriate age and
gender to ensure the right gift gets to the
Ray White has run this initiative across
Australia and New Zealand in December
Last year nearly 300 offices across Aus-
tralia and New Zealand helped to provide
15,000 gifts for disadvantaged families.
Ray White shines
a light on giving
The crew at Ray White in Cowes have teamed with St Vinnies again this year
to put smiles on the faces of disadvantaged children at Christmas.
Ray White staff members Sarah Burke, Zoe Burrows and Leah Formosa in-
vite community members to place a gift for distribution under their beautiful
RHYLL resident Jack Sheppard this week has la-
mented the loss of green acres at Rhyll.
Significant roadside vegetation and a beautiful gum,
which Jack loved, have made way for what is called
"progress" and the bulldozers and trucks have moved
in.A new subdivision is being created on the farm which
was held by the late Norma Smith.
Norma was born in the cottage on the farm, and lived
there for 80 years.
"I guess this is all in the name of progress," laments
"But I'm not happy about it."
"The noise all day is a nuisance, and I object to the
roadworks in progress signs being erected on the Ne-
whaven Road, when no roadworks are going on.
Jack longs for the peace and quiet of yester year, and
mourns for the loss of the ambience of the farm land
that he has enjoyed for the past 15 years.
Oh for the
good old days!
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