Newsletters

Newsletter – September 2019

COFFEE MEETING MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH 10.30am THE PACIFIC CLUB Come along and meet Ray Brownlee, the CEO of the Northern Beaches Council, who will be

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Newsletter – July 2019

AVALON YOUTH HUB & BURDEKIN ASSOCIATION COFFEE MORNING Justene Gordon, winner of the Premiers Award Pittwater 2018 and the CEO of the Burdekin Association and

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Newsletter – June 2019

Palm Beach: view from The Bible Garden in Mitchell Road HERITAGE BUS SHELTER Work has started on the reconstruction of the heritage bus shelter opposite

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Newsletter – May 2019

Beautiful Pittwater from Snapperman Beach CURRENT MATTERS The Association congratulates the Hon Rob Stokes on his re-election as the member for Pittwater and his appointment

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Newsletter – March 2019

The year is passing rapidly. We are almost at the best time of the year in Palm Beach and Whale Beach – Easter! CREATIVE ARTS

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Newsletter – February 2019

MEDICAL FACILITIES Community feelings are still strong regarding the inadequacy of medical facilities available to residents north of Mona Vale. A lively and well attended

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Newsletter – January 2019

2018 was a year of achievement for the Association. The Walkway opened between Pittwater Park and Governor Phillip Park and has proved a delight to many people with its superb views over Pittwater.

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Newsletter – November/December 2018

CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS More than 200 members attended the Centenary Celebration at Moby Dick’s, Whale Beach, splendidly hosted by Andrew Goldsmith and his Boathouse Group. The

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Newsletter – October 2018

FUTURE MEETINGS AND EVENTS COASTAL WALKWAY FROM WHALE BEACH TO PALM BEACH Richard West, Ken Allen and Andrew Goldsmith met with the Mayor, Michael Regan,

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Newsletter – September 18

Members Christmas Cocktail Party – The Centenary Celebration

We have decided to hold the party at Moby Dicks this year as the venue has good space for us to display historical documents and photographs from the archives in conjunction with the Avalon Beach Historical Society.

Sunday 9th December, 6.30pm Moby Dicks, Whale Beach

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