All set for Pet Expo KINGSTON’S annual Pet Expo will return this weekend, offering a range of services and activities for pet owners to enjoy. The mayor Georgina Oxley said “ the Pet Expo is a fun, and cheap, day out for the whole family where animals get to take centre stage.” “With obstacle courses, demonstrations pet-look-alike competitions and a petting zoo, Kingston’s Pet Expo is a terrific way to promote responsible pet ownership and to celebrate our love for animals and pets within the community,” she said. “Animal enthusiasts, pet owners and their four-legged friends are all invited to Kingston Council’s annual Pet Expo at Kingston Heath Reserve.” Services available at the expo include pet registration. Activities on the day will include face painting, pony rides, a puppy cafe, guide dog demonstrations, a petting zoo, a dog look alike contest and more. Council’s animal management officer Karen Crowther said “we absolutely love working at this event. We’re too busy working to bring along our beloved pets, but we have so much fun meeting pets and owners from across the city and south east Melbourne.” The event will run from 10am - 3pm on 30 March at Kingston Heath Reserve in Cheltenham. All dogs must be on a leash. Visit kingston.vic.gov.au/pet-expo for details.
Eleven buildings at cladding risk Brodie Cowburn firstname.lastname@example.org A VICTORIAN Building Authority audit has revealed that 11 privately owned buildings in the Kingston municipality have been identified as having dangerous cladding. Eight privately owned buildings in the Frankston municipality were “identified with cladding” as part of the VBA’s statewide audit into dangerous cladding. Mornington Peninsula Shire had two buildings identified as part of the audit. Kingston Council is not signed up to the Cladding Rectification Scheme, a state government initiative designed to help provide financial support to people affected by dangerous cladding.
Dog day afternoon: A day of puppy pampering is on the cards this weekend as the annual Kingston Pet Expo comes back to town. Picture: Supplied
THE South East Volunteers group are recruiting to find those willing to give up their time to help those in need. The group is looking for potential volunteers from all suburbs in the Kingston municipality. South East Volunteers outreach officer Godette McGregor said the group helps “connect volunteers with opportunities in the non-forprofit community organisations” in the fields of “community services, health and welfare, animal welfare, environment, education, emergency services, sports and more.” More information at sev.org.au/ contact/
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