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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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President’s Report – May 2019

It is a pleasure to present my annual report. The Palm Beach Progress Association was established in 1918. A number early achievements were insure that

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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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Proposed off-leash trial – Station Beach foreshore, Palm Beach

Council is exhibiting a proposal to create an exciting new opportunity for local families with dogs to enjoy outdoor activities together. The proposed 12-month trial

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