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Knitting an entire herd: Louise Turner has been knitting elephants for six years for the community doctor who gives them to his young patients. This collection is going to Southern Peninsula Food for All’s Winter Woollies campaign. Picture: Supplied

Winter appeal kicks off

THE first big load of beautifully knitted scarves, beanies, mittens and jumpers for older children has been delivered to Food for All for the Winter Woollies Appeal. Knitted garments and wool for those who can’t afford to buy them can be left at the Hastings branch of the Bendigo Bank for collection. Among the last load was a huge bag of knitted elephants loved by children who are not well, and also older people with dementia. Southern Peninsula Food for All collects

donations which are then distributed by the Mornington Peninsula conferences of St Vincent de Paul to needy families.

Meet the candidates forum A MEET the candidates’ forum will be held at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 65 Victoria Street, Hastings, 7.30-9pm, Thursday 9 May. Those attending are asked to arrive at 7.15pm. Candidates to speak are Flinders MP Greg Hunt, the ALP’s Joshua Sinclair, the Greens’ Nathan Lesslie and independent Julia Banks.

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