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Bookings Essential. Phone (02) 6251 5522 Chandler Street, Belconnen www.laborclub.com.au
The Canberra Labor Club
would like to wish all Dads a
Happy Father's Day.
This year why not celebrate with a delicious
meal at Canberra Labor Club, Belconnen.
We have created 5 hearty, dad-approved black
board specials available for lunch and dinner.
Plus all meals come with a free beer, wine or
softdrink and you may even win dad a great
prize. Bookings are essential, please contact
the club and make Dad's day.
FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS 2014
LUNCH AND DINNER SUNDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2014
Char grilled 500g T Bone
topped with fried egg, bacon,
onion rings and a creamy
Pan fried Atlantic salmon with
grilled scallops and asparagus
on a bed of mash with a lemon
Char grilled scotch fillet topped
with salt and pepper calamari
and a bearnaise sauce.
Malaysian style prawn and
chicken Laksa with noodles and
green Asian vegetables.
Oven baked chicken breast
filled with spinach, cheese and
pine nuts topped with a rich
tomato basil sauce.
WITH EACH FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL MEAL PURCHASED
Fund-raiser will be a fun footy affair
Harrison Early Childhood Centre children and staff will be dressed in their favourite footy jerseys this Friday to
help raise funds for young people living with cancer. Gearing up for the event are Taryn Downes, left, and Jayden
Uttley with boys Jake, front left, Wes, front right, and Logan at rear.
Photo: Graham Tidy
Swans, sharks and tigers could be at
Harrison Early Childhood Centre on
Friday to raise funds for Canberrans
living with cancer.
The centre is hosting a Footy
Colours Day as part of a national fund-
raising initiative on September 5.
Children will don their favourite
footy jersey from their favourite code.
Centre director Amie Lording said
they were going to have a footy match
as part of the day to raise money for
children and teenagers diagnosed with
She hopes the more than 100
children from the centre will wear
their footy colours.
Any football code attire is suitable,
although there appears to be two codes
vying for supremacy at the childhood
"I would say there would be a
mixture of AFL and NRL and it will be
interesting to see which one is more
dominant,'' Ms Lording said.
The fund-raiser is the latest in a
series of monthly fund-raisers the
centre has been running since the start
of the year.
One of our commitments is to
support our broader community --
every month we choose something to
fund-raise for,'' she said.
Whether it is Jeans for Genes Day,
the Biggest Morning Tea or a cupcake
day for the RSPCA, Ms Lording said
the kids loved dressing up for the
Each event generates hundreds of
dollars for charities.
Meanwhile, the Footy Colours Day,
which is always the first Friday in
September, will include schools,
companies, clubs and community
Money from the day will also
support education programs that
enable young students undergoing
cancer treatment to continue their
education during long absences from
Footy Colours Day ambassadors
NRL's Adam Blair from Wests Tigers,
Sydney Swans co-captain Kieren Jack
and former Sydney FC's Adam
Griffiths have teamed up to support
Footy Colours Day 2014.
built for cause
IT has been announced that six
architecturally designed cubby
houses will be built at Floriade 2014
with the Independent Property Group
Foundation becoming the event's
second charity partner.
The foundation's My Cubby
House Rocks project will see some
of Canberra's most well-respected
professionals construct six cubby
houses, including one that is
accessible, and showcase them on
site for the duration of the event.
Five of the cubby houses will be
auctioned off on the final day of the
event, Sunday, October 12, with
funds raised being donated to the
Centenary Hospital for Women and
Children and Boundless Canberra.
The sixth cubby house will be
raffled rather than auctioned.
Inner South Canberra Community
Council has hosted three meetings
where plans to rezone three public
housing developments in the inner
south (Gowrie Court, Griffith Flats,
Red Hill Flats), and to allow a
residential development next to the
Harmonie German Club in
Narrabundah, were discussed.
Following a request at a meeting,
the Government extended the
consultation period to September 7.
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