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Past players are back on the field TEAMS of Legends and Champions are getting ready to play against each other at 6.30pm on Saturday at Tyabb Football Club after Tyabb plays Dromana. Lining up for the game are former coaches, players and presidents, including premiership coach Eddie Fischer, ex-AFL player Jamie Duursma, 200-game players Mat Hose, Scott Pickersgill, Andrew Prout, Craig Whelan, Warren Davies, John Alexander, Wayne Willis and senior premiership players Darren Hose, Fraser Hose, Paul Kaleta, Jarrod Smith, Kristian Michelson, Aaron Gregory, Mick Garel, Tim Galvin and Jason Clarke. The players have been at a special training camp to at least see out the first quarter. The Legends team will be coached by Craig Whelan and Mick Garel who reckon they can beat the past coaches coaching the champions, Jamie Duursma and Howard Willis. The club’s bar and canteen will be open on the night.

Antiques valuation RED Hill Op Shop is holding an antiques valuation day with certified valuer Warren Joel from 10am-5pm on Saturday 15 July at St George’s Church hall, 201 Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill. Proceeds from valuations will go to Balnarring couple Adam Matthews and Katie Wright. Felicity Jackson of the op shop said the family was in need of financial assistance after Mr Matthews sustained severe injuries after falling down a flight of concrete steps last March. He was taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital with a fractured skull and other injuries. Warren Joel was donating his services. Other activities will include a raffle with 10 prizes, a peninsula produce stall, and refreshments for sale. Cost: $20 a timeslot includes valuation of up to three items as well as morning or afternoon tea. General entry $10. To book a time, call Felicity Jackson on 0438 425 815.

Ground up: Richard Pilbeam, Russell Crothers, Mic Thomas, Laronie Thompson and Tony Sinclair at the opening of the new community garden in Hastings. Picture: Bob Hayter

A garden that will keep on giving GOOD things will soon be growing at Westernport Mission Centre’s community garden in Hastings. The collaborative project to promote healthy communities opened last week. The money came from a place-based Cerberus ward funding grant and $4800 from the Mornington Peninsula Community Charitable Fund. The opening was attended by Mornington Pen-

insula Shire staff, the Salvation Army’s Eastern Victoria Division and community groups. “It’s a fantastic initiative which will provide social and lifestyle benefits for everyone,” the mayor Cr Bev Colomb said. Fresh vegetables from the garden – as well as soup – will be distributed from a retrofitted van to disadvantaged people and groups, thanks to the Salvation Army in Western Port. The garden

will also support ongoing food programs run by the Salvos. Also involved in establishing the garden were Westernport Secondary College, Exxon Mobil, men’s sheds, and businesses which donated materials and money. Volunteers with a passion for gardening should call Lieutenant Laronie Thompson 5979 2751 or email westernport@aus.salvationarmy.org

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