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Community News First tickets released for Bunjil Place Itâ€™s time to get your hands on the hottest tickets in town, with some of UIFmSTUFWFSQFSGPSNBODFTUPCFIFMEBU#VOKJM1MBDFOPXPOTBMF The City of Caseyâ€™s new home of entertainment will light up the stage with a variety of shows and performances including: Âť Comedy favourites Sammy J and Dave Oâ€™Neil Âť 5IF$%1XJUI5BMM4UPSJFTQSPEVDUJPOPG3PPN POUIF#SPPN Âť The Glen Miller Orchestra - direct from the USA Âť 5IF"VTUSBMJBO#BMMFUQSFTFOUJOHJUT4UPSZUJNF #BMMFUThe Sleeping Beauty
Âť Irish-dancing and magical illusion spectacular Celtic Illusion #VOKJM1MBDFXJMMPGmDJBMMZPQFOUPUIFQVCMJDPO 28 and 29 October 2017.
Operation and Minor Equipment Grants now open The City of Caseyâ€™s annual Operational and Minor Equipment Grants are now open with volunteer groups and organisations encouraged to apply. Grants of up to $1,000 can be obtained to help with areas such as training volunteers, setting up operations and purchasing of minor equipment needed for services or programs.
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The grants are open until 5.00 pm Friday 6 October 2017, with a range of guidelines set out to help you JEFOUJGZJGZPVSHSPVQRVBMJmFT
The construction of Bunjil Place is funded by the Australian Government ($10 million) and the City of Casey ($115 million).
To view these guidelines or to apply visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/grants.
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National Disability Insurance Scheme The City of Casey is seeking feedback from residents who receive disability services from Council ahead of the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). It follows advice from industry experts which recommends that the City of Casey not register to be a provider of NDIS services when it is rolled out to the Southern Melbourne region in September next year. The NDIS is a key part of the Federal Governmentâ€™s reform to the provision of disability services throughout Australia. Council is committed to ensuring that all affected residents have the information that they need and are given ample opportunity to provide feedback.
Cricket master class comes to Casey Want to learn skills from one of the best female cricketers in the world?
Beware of thunderstorm asthma this hay fever season
The City of Casey is offering an exciting opportunity for girls aged 10-15 to take part in a master class with with the Australian womenâ€™s cricket captain Meg Lanning.
Council is urging residents to be vigilant this time of year following a campaign recently launched by the Victorian Government to raise awareness about thunderstorm asthma.
The one-hour master class will run on 4VOEBZ0DUPCFSBU$BSMJTMF1BSL 3FDSFBUJPO3FTFSWF .BKFTUJD#PVMFWBSE Cranbourne from 9.30 am until 12.00 pm. The class will be followed by a question and answer session and autograph session.
This can be sudden, serious and potentially life threatening.
Meg Lanning will run a cricket master class for young girls in the City of Casey on Sunday 1 October 2017.
For more information about this, visit betterhealth.vic.gov.au
To register, visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/2017MegLanningMasterClass.
Contact City of Casey
Customer Service Centres
03 9705 5200
NRS: 133 677 (for the deaf, hearing or speech impaired)
PO Box 1000 Narre Warren VIC 3805
TIS: 131 450 (Translating and Interpreting Service)
Residents must remember and understand what they can do to prepare for grass pollen season, as XFMMBTUIFGPVSTUFQTPGBTUINBmSTUBJE
Cranbourne â€“ Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre Narre Warren â€“ Magid Drive Narre Warren South â€“ Amberly Park Shopping Centre
5IFmSTUQFPQMFUPTJHOVQBOEBUUFOE on the day will be able to claim a free single-entry pass to either Casey RACE or Casey ARC.
For more information, you can visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/ndis.
Published on Sep 13, 2017