Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : December 16 2015 Contents THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2015 - PAGE 27
18 Anglers Road,
$370 per week
This 3 bedroom, brick veneer home is
located within easy reach of all that the
Island has to offer. Only a few minutes'
walk to the ocean beach, and a short
drive to Cowes & the bay beaches.
Currently tenanted, all inspections are
strictly by appointment only.
3 /4 Highland Avenue,
$220 per week
Super cute unit situated at rear of a small
block of three, complete privacy, bright and
light property, open plan, sun filled lounge,
upright electric stove, 2 spacious bed-
rooms, built in robes, split system heating/
cooling, polished floors, large north facing
courtyard, 2 car spaces, fully fenced yard.
60 Thompson Ave, Cowes
FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE
3/209-213 Settlement Road,
$380 per week
This large first floor apartment is located
centrally, within easy walking distance of all
of the town's amenities. With 2 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, modern kitchen with ample
storage and bench space, and 2 lge o/p
living areas which open out to the balcony.
The ultimate in low maintenance living.
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60 Thompson Ave, Cowes 5952 3922
Where outstanding service and care
of your property is guaranteed
Fundraiser for Rhyll
Sunday, January 10, 2016
For sale of your old collectables: China,
glassware, crockery, old bottles, postcards.
$20 per medium trestle.
All undercover, in the Rhyll Hall.
For enquiries and to book your stall phone Marion
on 0408 891 836 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Helen on 5956 9280 mobile: 0428 169 280.
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Nicole Cottrell and Steve Azzopardi of Dalyston
are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Savan-
nah Anne Maree Azzopardi was born at Bass Coast
Health on October 13.
Pam Driver and Jeanette St Clair were among 50 guests to support the Phillip
Island Inner Wheel's Cambodian project on the weekend.
CHATTERS in Cowes
conducted a fashion night,
complete with champagne
and nibbles, on Saturday
night, much enjoyed by all
Funds raised, which to-
talled $640 at the end of
the evening, were for the
Inner Wheel Club on Phil-
Inner Wheel have recent-
ly taken on the job of put-
ting together kits for vic-
tims of domestic violence,
which are given to our
local police stations to be
distributed when needed.
Inner Wheel also do-
nates money to Cambo-
dian schools and orphan-
Just $5 can buy a
school uniform kit which
includes a bed net to pro-
tect the students from
malaria and other dis-
They also send art sup-
It is a fact that the price
of a uniform in third
world countries saves
lives for girls and lifts
boys and girls from the
cycle of poverty.
If the children can stay
at school for even a cou-
ple more years -- the girls
marry much later and
this ensures their bod-
ies are further developed,
critically minimising the
risk of death at, or soon
Educated couples also
have fewer children and
often run small home
based businesses ensur-
ing the children they do
have are better fed and
The Inner Wheel Club
understands the ben-
efits a few extra years of
schooling produces for
these subsistence farming
children, and is keen to
support these intelligent,
but poor village children.
$27 delivers two uni-
form sets, undies, sneak-
ers and socks and an
The money raised goes
straight to the students
and young kids who need
it. Many have been told
they can't continue their
education because their
parents cannot afford
They are such keen stu-
dents and the price of a
uniform each year is a big
factor in their being able
to continue their educa-
Jane Weisner, Chatters
proprietor, plans to be an
ongoing sponsor of the In-
ner Wheel Club.
The Inner Wheel Club is
always happy to welcome
new members. Anyone
interested can pick up
a brochure about Inner
Wheel at Chatters, located
in the Thompson Avenue
Inner Wheel fundraiser
a success at Chatters
THE 10th annual 'Dreamnight at the Zoo' event, a
free night for local Gippsland children with a life threat-
ening illness or special needs, was held at Maru Koala
and Animal Farm at Grantville, recently.
Over 320 VIP children, siblings, parents and carers
enjoyed the evening along with over 50 volunteers pres-
ent to help out on the night.
The weather was kind, allowing the children to enjoy
the animal park, Pirate Pete's Mini-golf, children's rides
and roving entertainers.
Maru staff, regular Animal Park volunteers, Heffer
and staff family members all volunteered their services
with a smile along with members of the Kernot-Grant-
ville CFA, SES, Bass Valley Lions Club and Grantville
Bendigo Bank to make this night a success.
Family photos with the koala were especially popu-
lar and the children enjoyed the opportunity to meet
(with the keepers)roving animals and reptiles including
a dingo, snake, rabbits, lizard and joey.
The festivities included a BBQ meal, family koala
photo and showbag of donated goods to take home,
and a performance by comedian and magician Naught
Local Fairy Fran was also part of the entertainment.
Maru Koala and Animal Farm has this week thanked
all of the wonderful businesses who donated cash,
goods and services.
They have particularly thanked their main sponsor
the Bass Coast Shire Council for their continued sup-
The last minute realisation that cold drinks were in
short supply as final numbers blossomed was quickly
responded to by many locals who brought in donations
"It warmed my heart to experience first-hand what a
strong and supportive local community we live in," said
"Thank you so much to those locals."
"We have since received many emails, cards and so-
cial media posts of praise and thanks like this one,"
"On behalf of my three boys and myself I would like
to pass on our thanks to everyone involved in the re-
cent Dreamnight at the Zoo event at Maru Koala Park.
It has been our absolute pleasure to have been able
to attend for a number of years now, and as per usual
it was a wonderful night which we all thoroughly en-
joyed. This night is an amazing opportunity for spe-
cial needs families such as ours to access our local
community, meet other families and enjoy each oth-
er's company. We really appreciate the work that goes
on "behind the scenes" to organise and run such an
inclusive and "family friendly" event and above all,
really value the fact that so many people, Maru staff,
local organisations and volunteers give up their time
to ensure that our kids have a special, fun filled night.
It is the highlight of our (very restricted and limited)
social calendar and we look forward to it every year."
kids at Maru
Denise Haigh, a long term and regular animal park
volunteer at Maru Koala and Animal Farm, intro-
duces one of the guests at Maru's special night for
children with special needs or illnesses, to a baby
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