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Orwil Street Community House Inc


Incorporation Number A0004583R

TERM 4, 2017 Building Community for over 40 years We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the Victorian Government CLASSES Card Making - November Christmas Cards Computer Classes – Intel Easy Steps (day and evening classes) Introduction to Medical Reception Low cost Counselling Games and Social Group Images of Manhood (Men’s Group) RED Group – Women’s discussion group Women’s Social/ Activity Group Chair Yoga Mindfulness Meditation Scrabble Group Playgroup Palmistry “Heal Your Life” classes - based on Louise Hay Self Esteem Self Discovery Workshop Life Story Writing Creative Arts New Classes Learn Internet Shopping/ Facebook & Skype Dene’s Craft Group Expressive and Transformational Women’s Dance Mindfulness and Movement for Children Compurt, Tablets, Smart Phone MYOB Classes for Job Hunters Sit and be Fit - Older Adult Classes for all Levels Elemental Wisdom The Art of Ageing Pendulum Power Reflexology Support Groups Steps to Wholeness – Anxiety & Depression support group Young Mum’s Play and Learn Group DIDS (Dads in Distress) Supporting loved ones after suicide – Support Group Frankston Family Drug Help Support Group

For more information or bookings please phone 9783 5073 16 Orwil St, Frankston 3199 Ph: 9783 5073 Fax 9770 0172 email:- PAGE 6

Frankston Times 18 September 2017

Derelict: Plans may be afoot to make use of the abandoned Seaford substation. Picture: Gary Sissons

Substation conversion plan OTHER uses for the Seaford substation will be canvassed by Frankston Council to make use of the building constructed in the 1920s. Councillors at this month’s public council meeting voted to investigate possibly converting the abandoned building into an “art museum” or “community hub”. Cr Kris Bolam said Seaford residents at a recent ward meeting with ratepayers had mentioned making use of the substation. The Seaford substation is located on VicTrack land and effectively falls under state government control but council CEO Dennis Hovenden believes council can be involved in discussions about its future use. “I think there is a level of willingness from VicTrack and PTV [Public Transport Victoria]

to work with council,” Mr Hovenden said at the meeting. Cr Glenn Aitken said the building “needs some work at significant cost” but agreed with Seaford residents that the historic building “could serve a greater purpose”. He noted some concrete had fallen from the main building but he understood, from discussions with government authorities, that “the building is as solid as a rock”. Council officers will check whether the building is showing signs of “concrete cancer”, investigate if asbestos was used in its construction and will look the “structural integrity” of the building and report back to council in November about possible uses for the substation. Neil Walker

Salute to US jazz: Anite Harrism and, from left, Leon Heale, Alan Richards, Kim Harris and Graeme Steel, are coming to Frankston to perform works by US composers George and Ira Gershwin. Picture: Supplied

Always Summertime for Anita Harris THE works of US composers George and Ira Gershwin will get a working over from jazz singer Anita Harris and her band when she takes to the stage at Frankston Bowling Club on September 24. Harris, a popular performer at jazz festivals around Victoria and beyond, has called her program Gershwing, which gives an indication of the direction she will take. Since her first gig in 1993, Harris has delighted audiences at restaurants, wineries, jazz clubs - and festivals. Critics have called her “one of those very rare vocal stylists” and enthused that “she has a strong fluid contralto which she employs to produce a delightfully creamy sound and she

swings ably and effortlessly”. In 2013, marking her 20th anniversary on the Australian jazz scene, she released her fourth CD, Here’s Looking at You. Earlier releases were My Heart Belongs to Jazz, The Wee Small Hours and Moments in Time. Harris will work with her regular band – her father Kim Harris (piano), Graeme Steel (trumpet), Leon Heale (bass) and Alan Richards (drums). Anita Harris and Friends present Gershwing, David May’s Jazz at the Bowl, Frankston Bowling Club, corner of Yuille and William Sts, Sunday, September 24 from 6-9pm. Meals available. Inquiries 5945 7773. Barry Morris

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18 September 2017  

Frankston Times 18 September 2017

18 September 2017  

Frankston Times 18 September 2017