9 March 2016

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Chelsea • Mordialloc • Mentone

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Alves honoured, causes funded CHELSEA and Aspendale Rotary Club members got together at Patterson River Golf Club last Tuesday (1 March) to present funds and awards to deserving causes. Chelsea Rotary president Ian Button presented former Melbourne and North Melbourne footballer Stan Alves, patron of Menzies Caring for Kids, with a Paul Harris Fellowship, for his work with the under privileged. The club also presented funds to Longbeach Place’s Julie McAdam and Lorna Stevenson, which will go towards a defibrillator. Kingston mayor Cr Tamsin Bearsley presented cheques to Sarah Southgate, of the Lighthouse Foundation and Ken Gooding, of Pantry 5000, made up of money earned at the popular monthly Kingston Farmers’ Market at the Sir William Fry Reserve. Worthwhile community groups are invited to set up, pack up, manage car parking and collect fees at the 11-year-old market, and then share in the takings.

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Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone News 9 March 2016

Jolly good Fellow: Former St Kilda FC coach Stan Alves was presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship by Chelsea Rotary. Picture: Gary Sissons

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