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Pay tribute to our Aussie music legends, INXS, at this rocking live
performance. You’ll re-experience the music that INXS created over three
decades, in a show that is guaranteed to have you singing the night away.
A must see for all INXS fans.
Venue: RACV Inverloch Resort
Date & Time: Friday 6 October 2017, 7pm to 11.30pm
Early bird special: $79 per person, book before Friday 25 August 2017
Standard price: $85 per person
Price includes two course meal and entertainment.*
Beverages available at bar prices. Bookings essential.
For enquiries call 03 5674 0000 or for
bookings visit racv.com.au/Inverloch
*Dietary requirements to be advised at time of booking.
Join us for a night
of INXSive rock
17 The Esplanade, Cowes Phone: 5952 6226 www.harrysrestaurant.com.au
2 tasting plates and
a glass of wine or
a coffee $25
Happy Hour every Fri & Sat 4-6pm Cosy open fireplace
PHILLIP ISLAND RURAL AUSTRALIANS FOR REFUGEES
““ a heartwarming tale of unreliable first impressions
and the gentle reminder that life is sweeter when it's shared.“
Wednesday 11th October
ST PHILIPS PARISH HALL
THOMPSON AVENUE, COWES
All proceeds support the work of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Phillip Island Rural Australians
For Refugees presents
“...a heartwarming tale of unreliable first
impressions and the gentle reminder that life
is sweeter when it’s shared.”
Wednesday, October 11 at 7.30pm
St Philips Parish Hall, Thompson Ave, Cowes.
Everyone welcome. $12
All proceeds support the world of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
What s on this week...
What s on this week...
KAYLEEN Mendola and Colleen Gilbee of
Wildlife Rescue and Carer Shelter Phillip Island
are the unsung heroes of the island, handling
between four and twenty calls about injured
wildlife each day, and dealing with about 1,000
injured native animals each year.
The wildlife ranges from possums to frogs to
flying foxes, from chicks and joeys to injured
Kayleen will be the speaker at the next Phillip
Island Conservation Society meeting on Sunday,
October 1 at 2 p.m. at the Heritage Centre meet-
ing room, in Cowes.
Kayleen and Colleen rely on donations of mon-
ey to keep the shelter going, and cash or cheque
donations will be happily taken at the meeting.
The shelter now has its own website: www.
wildliferescuephillipisland.com where you can
donate money or you can send Coles or Wool-
worths gift cards to the women for them to buy
food and other necessities to RMB 2099 COWES
You can also keep up with activities at the shel-
ter on their Facebook page: facebook.com/wild-
liferescuephillipisland. Everyone is welcome to
the PICS meeting.
Afternoon tea will follow. For enquiries phone
Christine Grayden, secretary: 5956 8501.
Wildlife carer at PICS meeting
This Boobook owl is being looked after at
the Wildlife Rescue and Carer Shelter run by
Kayleen Mendola and Colleen Gilbee. Kay-
lene will be the guest speaker at this Sun-
day’s Phillip Island Conservation Society
INXS Tribute Show at RACV
THE RACV Inverloch Resort
invites you to a dinner and
show with INXSive, featuring
the music that INXS created
over three decades ago.
The show is guaranteed to
have you singing the night away.
Come along and pay tribute
to our Aussie music legends,
INXS, at this rocking live per-
It’s a must see for all INXS
Bookings are essential and
can be made by calling the
RACV Inverloch Resort on 5674
RIGHT: The INXS Trib-
ute Show at RACV Inverloch
Resort featuring music that
INXS created over three de-
cades, promises a great night
JOIN us as we look back on a year of heri-
Our beautiful landscapes and heritage sites
are under increasing threat from unprecedent-
ed growth and development.
The inspirational work of conservationists
like the late John Clarke and John Barnard
QC, gives us hope and a theme for our meet-
Our guest speaker is well-known conserva-
tionist Mike Cleeland who will present a talk
on “Heroes and Heroines of Bass Coast Con-
The meeting will be held at the historic Rhyll
Mechanics Institute Hall, Lock Road, Rhyll at
2pm on the October 7.
All are welcome and a complementary after-
noon tea will follow.
Welcoming guests to last week’s annual Red Cross luncheon,
which was held at the Newhaven Yacht Club, were from Red Cross
members from left, Glenda Whitehill, Kaylene Whitehill, Sharon
Hateley, Jean Hart and Pam Buck.
Red Cross members had cooked up a storm for last week’s annual
luncheon. Members on kitchen duty are pictured prior to the arrival
of guests. From left they are Betty Stevenson, Lorraine Mitchell, Avril
Roberts, Lyn Haysom, Rosie O’Connor, Pamela Hicks and Sonia Rob-
Big turnout at Red Cross annual luncheon
THERE was a great turnout to last
week’s annual Phillip Island Red
Cross luncheon. The lunch was ca-
tered for by members, and held at
the Newhaven Yacht Club.
Guest speaker was Paul Green-
haugh, of Bass Coast Health, and
Mayor Cr Pamela Rothfield was in
Members were thanked for their
efforts over the last year by Presi-
dent Ron Hateley, who announced
that $15,600 had been raised for
the Red Cross in the last 12 months.
Members also knitted and do-
nated a further 207 trauma teddies
to local emergency services for dis-
tribution to children in a crisis, and
baby beanies were also provided to
Red Cross headquarters.
National Trust Bass Coast Branch AGM
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