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WHITEHORSE NEWS • October 2018

Spring Festival

Walk to School

Seniors Festival

Whitehorse Arts Calendar

Showcasing artistic life in Whitehorse.

Walk, ride or scoot this October.

Events, activities and workshops for seniors.

Workshops, shows, courses, exhibitions and more.


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Contact us Whitehorse City Council, Locked Bag 2, Nunawading, VIC 3131 Phone: 9262 6333 Fax: 9262 6490 NRS: 133 677 then quote 9262 6333 Customer service centres


Whitehorse Civic Centre

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Forest Hill Chase Shopping Centre Box Hill Town Hall

Council meetings Special Committee Meeting Monday 8 October, 8pm Ordinary Council Meeting Monday 15 October, 7pm Special (Statutory) Council Meeting Election of the Mayor Monday 29 October, 8pm These meetings are held in the Council Chamber at Whitehorse Civic Centre.

Acknowledgement of Country In the spirit of reconciliation, Whitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Andrew Davenport with the 2018 Australia Day Civic Award winners.

Nominate a Community Hero If you know someone who makes a great contribution to the Whitehorse community, nominate them for a Whitehorse Australia Day Civic Award for 2019. Nomination categories are: ■■


Citizen of the Year Award Nominees must be 27 years of age or older on 26 January 2019. Young Citizen of the Year Award Nominees must be younger than 27 years of age on 26 January 2019.

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Translation services For free interpreting assistance call 131 450. Mention the language you speak and ask to be connected to Whitehorse City Council.

Chinese / 中文

Greek / Ελληνικά

如需免费口译协助,请致电 131 450。电话接通后,请说出 你说的语言,并要求转接白马 市政府。

Για δωρεάν βοήθεια με διερμηνεία τηλεφωνήστε στο 131 450. Αναφέρετε τη γλώσσα που ομιλείτε και ζητήστε να συνδεθείτε με το Δήμο του Whitehorse.

Italian / Italiano

Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt

Per assistenza di interpretariato chiama il 131 450. Indica la lingua che parli e chiedi di essere messo in contatto con il Whitehorse City Council.

Để được hỗ trợ thông dịch miễn phí hãy gọi số 131 450. Hãy nói tên ngôn ngữ của quý vị và yêu cầu được kết nối với Hội đồng Thành phố Whitehorse.

Sport and recreation clubs rewarded for inclusiveness and community spirit Say thank you to your local sporting club by nominating them for the 2019 Whitehorse Sport and Recreation Australia Day Trophy. The trophy is awarded annually to a Whitehorse sporting club, recreation club or community group that strives towards making Whitehorse a more harmonious, inclusive and welcoming community. This could be through fundraising or charity work, or giving disadvantaged groups an opportunity to become involved in sport or a community group. Nominations close at 5pm on Monday 5 November 2018. The winner is announced and presented on Australia Day each year. More information and to nominate


Community Achievement Awards Nominees may be individuals over 18 years of age or an entire community group from within the City of Whitehorse.

Nominees must live, study, work or participate in the Whitehorse community. Nominations close at 5pm on Friday 2 November 2018. More information and to nominate Australia-Day-Civic-Awards.html 9262 6333

Eastern Gymnastics Club won the trophy in 2017 and 2018.

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Let’s Talk Mental Health The Let’s Talk Mental Health Forum aims to raise awareness of the impact of mental illness at different stages of life. Change your clock, change your smoke alarm batteries

This year we are heading to social media. Snap a pic of your favourite shopfront to win – full details on how to get involved in November's Whitehorse News and on

A reminder to all Whitehorse residents to change smoke alarm batteries at the same time clocks are changed for daylight savings on Sunday 7 October.

Growing our urban forest A major tree planting project by Council has seen Pembroke Street, Surrey Hills, turn over a new leaf. A number of residents let Council know that the cherry trees that previously lined Pembroke Street had reached their useful life expectancy. Council followed a thorough five-month process of consultation before replacing the cherry trees with trident maples to match the existing four maples already in the street. After 20 trees were removed, 34 new, healthy trees were replanted. This increase of 14 trees is a great outcome for the residents of Pembroke Street and the City of Whitehorse. It will help maintain a healthy and sustainable environment by increasing the City's tree canopy coverage, which helps keep temperatures down in summer.

The forum is presented by Whitehorse City Council and the Mental Health Foundation Australia. Guest speakers will provide information about services and support to assist people on their recovery journey.

Let’s Talk Mental Health Forum Date: Thursday 18 October Time: 9am-12.30pm Venue: Whitehorse Centre, 397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading Cost: Free, but registration essential Registration: 9262 6443 or

This forum is aimed at people working in the community sector, volunteer organisations and local businesses wanting to increase their knowledge and capacity to support people experiencing mental illness.

Did you know that without street trees, road surfaces can be up to 19 degrees hotter than when in shade?



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Remove it, lock it or lose it! Whitehorse City Council, in partnership with Victoria Police, is rolling out the ‘Remove it, Lock it or Lose it’ crime prevention project. Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Andrew Davenport said the signs are a prominent reminder to the community to remove their valuables from cars. "Each week in Whitehorse, an average of 29 cars is reported to have been broken into,” said Cr Davenport. “However, this is lower than the previous year and we’d like the rate to decrease even further in the future.” Victoria Police has identified shopping centres, train stations and sports centre carparks as hotspots for theft from cars. Crime Prevention Officer with Victoria Police Senior Constable Rebecca Millin advises, “The best way to prevent theft from your parked car is to remove all valuables completely, no matter for how long or where you have parked it.”

A recent visual audit of 532 cars in two Whitehorse carparks found 40 valuable items easily visible and tempting to offenders, including handbags, GPS, dash cams, loose change, tools and sunglasses. Funded by the Victorian Government’s Community Crime Prevention Program, this project is one part of a suite of activities undertaken by Victoria Police and Whitehorse City Council to address community safety and crime prevention in Whitehorse. More information Right: Senior Constable Rebecca Millin, Crime Prevention Officer with Victoria Police and Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Andrew Davenport.

Building works begin at Nunawading Community Hub Works on the new Nunawading Community Hub on the former Nunawading Primary School site are to begin soon after Council awarded the building contract to construction firm Ireland Brown Constructions.

Once completed there will be 270 extra car parking spaces in central Box Hill.

More car parking spaces for Box Hill Council is transforming the old Harrow Street car park into an attractive fivelevel building with 560 car parking spaces, as well as bicycle parking, a dedicated community space and a welcoming plaza entry to Pioneer Park. The project is now in full swing following the building contract being awarded to leading Australian construction firm Buxton Construction. Buxton Construction will keep local property owners, traders and residents informed of any changes to pedestrian or traffic movement during construction. The car park at Cambridge Street will continue operating until the new Harrow Street Car Park opens in mid-2019. Council sold the Cambridge Street Car Park in 2016, and it will be eventually be developed into a mix of commercial and retail spaces, residential accommodation, an 104-place childcare centre and large public open spaces. More information and to sign up to regular email updates 9262 6333

The hub will feature a refurbished heritage school building, multi-functional classrooms, meeting rooms and function hall, spaces for dance, art, counselling and lapidary activities, a purpose-built Meals on Wheels facility and a full single-court sports stadium.

Construction will start in October 2018.

Extensive landscaping, new pedestrian and cycling paths and dedicated recreation areas will create a vibrant link to the adjacent Tunstall Park. More information and to sign up to regular email updates 9262 6333

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Have your say on waste Council has declared war on waste and wants your input! Join the conversation and have your say on the draft Waste Management Strategy, which sets out how we will tackle waste into the future. The strategy looks at changes in the waste industry, how to tackle litter and dumped rubbish on our streets, community education and Council's role in advocating for better ways to manage waste. It will guide waste management in Whitehorse for the next 10 years. Visit for project updates, upcoming activities and details on how you can get involved.

Join the Garage Sale Trail Whitehorse City Council is bringing the Garage Sale Trail to town. The Garage Sale Trail is one big weekend of garage sales, and is happening right across Australia on 20 and 21 October. The aim of the weekend is to encourage reuse, reduce waste and minimise our impact on Mother Nature. To register your garage sale or see the sales near you head to More information

Fill your garden with fruit When: Tuesday 23 October, 6.30pm-8.30pm Where: Whitehorse Centre, 379 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading Register:

Karen Sutherland from Edible Eden Design will share her top gardening tips and profile her favourite fruit trees for Melbourne gardens. Come along to be in the draw to win one of five fruit trees for your garden.

What’s the deal with E-Waste? TVs and Computers The Whitehorse Recycling and Waste Centre has a permanent drop off point for televisions and computers (and cords, laptops, mouse etc). These items are sent to specialist electronic waste recyclers. If you can’t get to the centre, you can ring and book a hard waste collection (you are entitled to two collections per year). Through this service, the metal components will be separated from the general waste and sent to metal recyclers.

Batteries and Light Globes

Electronic and Electrical Appliances

You can drop off your batteries and light globes free of charge to any of Council’s three customer service centres in Nunawading, Forest Hill and Box Hill, as well as at the Whitehorse Recycling and Waste Centre (which also collects fluorescent light tubes).

Small electronic and electrical appliances can be collected for reuse and recycling through the Renew Collection each May or dropped off at the annual Renew Drop Off Day. Larger items that are mostly metal can be dropped off for metals recycling at the Whitehorse Recycling and Waste Centre or collected through the ring and book hard waste collection service. Mobile Phones Mobile phones can be dropped off for recycling at many local Officeworks and Australia Post outlets – check with your local outlet first.

Whitehorse Recycling and Waste Centre Corner of Burwood Highway and Morack Road, Vermont South Phone: 9262 6236 Open: Seven days a week from 6.30am-4pm (no weighed loads after 3.45pm) Closed: Christmas Day and Good Friday More information



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Walk to School this October! Walk to School Month is a fun and easy way for Victorian primary school kids to build healthy habits for life. The event runs from 8 October to 2 November. The aim of the event is to get students walking, riding or scooting to and from school as often as possible as part of adopting a healthy lifestyle.

Bike Belles Bicycle Skills Program Bike Belles is a bike skills program for teenage girls that aims to help them to feel more comfortable on the road and inspired to ride a bike. The course will be led by two female AustCycle-accredited instructors and will build on bike handling skills and improving on-road riding awareness. More information 9262 7662

If you can’t walk all the way, why not park the car a few blocks from school and walk, ride or scoot the rest of the way? More information and details about registering a school Walk-to-School.html

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Students from Whitehorse Primary School

12 - 14 year olds When: 11 November Bookings:

15 - 18 year olds When: 18 November Bookings: Where: Meet at the Civic Centre in Nunawading Max 7 participants per group.

October Immunisations Council provides free vaccinations against infectious diseases for children from six weeks to 19 years of age and a limited range of vaccines for eligible adults in accordance with the National Immunisation Program (NIP) Schedule. No Jab No Pay For all enquiries regarding legislation please call the Centrelink Families and Parent Line on 13 61 50

379 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading 2, 19 and 24 October – 9.15am-10.45am 11 October – 6pm-7.30pm •

Box Hill South Family Centre 1228A Riversdale Road (Rotary Court), Box Hill South 3 and 25 October – 9.15am-10.45am 18 October – 6pm-7.30pm •

Burgess Family Centre 15 Barwon Street, Box Hill North 17 October – 9.15am-10.45am 23 October – 6pm-7.30pm •

More information 9262 6197 Immunisation.htm

Nature Play: Life Cycles

Whitehorse Civic Centre (Willis Room)

Vermont South Community House Karobran Drive, Vermont South 9 October – 9.15am-10.45am

Get the buzz! Council uses a free app called Flexibuzz to communicate all the latest news on local family events, programs, immunisation, parenting information forums, maternal and child health, Whitehorse Early Learning Centres (WELS), Aqualink’s occasional care and information on parenting youth. Download Flexibuzz in your app store, register and then search for Whitehorse City Council and select the categories that relate to you.

When: Tuesday 16 October, 10am-11am Where: Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, 95 Central Road, Blackburn Bookings essential: Sustainability-Events.html

Explore the fascinating life cycles of some of our most intriguing creatures at Blackburn Lake Sanctuary. Meet at the Visitor Centre. Suitable for two to five year olds. Older siblings welcome.

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Join the free Mums on Bikes program

Driving mentors needed for L2P program

Dads and grandparents welcome too!

The L2P program takes young drivers from their L plates to their P plates!

This program is for mums (or women, dads, grandparents…) who have not ridden their bikes in a while and who are looking to gain confidence to get back on their bikes. It will also teach skills to ride with children

The Manningham Whitehorse L2P program is for young people who may have a hard time getting the 120 hours of practice required of learner drivers.

You will need basic bike riding skills to participate.

Perhaps they don't know an eligible adult who can help them practise, do not have access to a car or have financial difficulties.

When: Fridays 19 and 26 October, 9.30am-11am, and 2 November at 9.30am-11.30am (this course is run over all three sessions) Where: Mont Albert Reserve, Mont Albert North (Meet at the Mont Albert Pavilion)

The program needs more mentors to coach young drivers as they gain their practice hours. A dedicated L2P car is used for the program.

Bring your helmet and roadworthy bike. Book your place by 15 October – places will fill fast. The course is run by a professional instructor from Bikes@Work.

More information Road-Safety.html 9846 0537

More information and bookings 9262 7662

Young Person of the Month Lego lover Dylan Edwards, 12, fits a lot into his week. Dylan is Council’s Young Person of the Month for October, gaining the title for his fundraising endeavours and extra curricula achievements. Dylan devised the Brick Hills Lego Display and Competition held recently at Surrey Hills Uniting Church. Entry fees were donated to the Australian Marine Conservation Society for its efforts to conserve the Great Barrier Reef. Dylan is robotics captain at his school and tutors younger students out-of-schoolhours each Wednesday in robotics. He is a member of a rock climbing squad, and has trained in tennis and lacrosse. Dylan attends scouts and last year won the Grey Wolf Award, the highest achievement in the cub scout section of Scouts Victoria. Congratulations Dylan! More information Young-Person-Award.html

Top tips to ease the study load As exam time looms for many Whitehorse students, Council’s Youth Services team has put together some top study tips: ■■





Create a study area that has plenty of space. Choose somewhere with no distractions. Create a study timetable and remember to include regular breaks. Give yourself plenty of time so you don’t end up cramming at the end. Make some flash cards and carry them around with you to check when you have a spare moment. Eat a healthy diet, continue to exercise and make sure you get enough sleep in the lead up to exams.

Body Image By Whitehorse Youth Representative Committee member Vivian Wong. Why am I so short? Why is my stomach so fat? Why can’t I be more like those girls in the magazines? For many young people, thoughts like these consume every waking moment of their day. During this tumultuous time, teens are at their most impressionable – perceiving society’s ideal body type as the ultimate goal. Failure to conform results in shame and inadequacy. According to the Dove Global Beauty and Confidence Report, only 20 per cent of Australian females are confident in their bodies. So how can we combat negative body image to free ourselves from our own harsh mindsets? ■■


Cruzin’ with your homework Council’s Youth Services Unit runs a free homework program called Cruzin’ Study to help young people aged 12-25 years with school work. It happens at the Box Hill Library on Thursdays throughout school terms from 4pm-6pm. Tutors can assist young people with lots of subjects including English, history, maths, science and literature. More information 9898 9340


Be grateful for your body. It is an incredibly versatile and functional machine. Focus on making tiny steps towards a healthy lifestyle. Perhaps instead of mindlessly snacking, you could do a quick 10 minute workout. Spend time doing what you love and being with those you love. You don’t need a model's body to have fun.

Positive body image is not something we acquire overnight, but rather a journey of self-realisation and growth. If you need some help, don’t be afraid to call Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 or read their article au/teens/issues/developing-positive-body-image The Butterfly Foundation is another great resource for support and information:


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The City of Whitehorse’s annual Spring Festival will celebrate

Enjoy an exciting mix of live music and dancing across five stage wide variety of art themed activities, join a free art and craft wo

Throw in free rides, face-painting, games and mouth-water Your turn to learn Ever wanted to learn how to play that instrument or do that dance move? For the first time, selected performers from across the many stages will teach you what they just performed. Try your hand at playing the ukulele, Korean drums, highland dancing, belly dancing and more.

Box Hill Artist Camp - Reborn

3D Art Be careful where you step, as the floor transforms into something incredible. These two works of chalk art will bend your mind and your perspective on the world.

Be a part of the renowned Box Hill Artist Camp from the 1880s, reimagined for 2018. Draw, sketch and interpret what you see at the festival with help from Box Hill Community Arts Centre staff. You are also invited to BYO easel and materials and paint the event, with your artwork then becoming part of a community art exhibition.

Gallery of Grand Masters Can you make Mona Lisa smile, or say hello to Vincent Van Gogh? This fun photo booth is your chance to become a famous face from art’s past.

Calling all young people in Whitehorse! Whitehorse Youth Services will present a range of activities for young people including:

I See You Like This In this unique, hands-on experience, children use their parent's face as a canvas, adorning it with weird and wonderful objects and materials to create a one-ofa-kind and often bizarre portrait. Once complete the parent/child pair move to the studio for a portrait using their own phone or camera. SNAP. This amazing portrait is yours to keep.

FReeZA Stage

Whitehorse Youth Marquee

The FReeZA stage will showcase the amazing musical talents of young people in Whitehorse, with bands, solo singers, dance acts and more!

Awesomely fun interactive activities await at the Youth Marquee, as well as information and resources on services and programs run by Whitehorse Youth Services and other youth organisations in Whitehorse.

Youth Art Market Chainsaw Carving See one of the world’s best chainsaw sculpting artists in action as Rob Bast carves up a storm. While the tools are loud and dramatic, the artwork he creates is intricate and breathtaking.

Young artists aged 12-25 years showcase their art work.

Come along to find out about joining one of our youth committees, the Whitehorse Youth Representative Committee and FReeZA Committee.

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10.05 AM

Burwood Heights Primary School

10.00 AM

Paige Black

10.30 AM Mayor Official Opening and Welcome to Country

10.30 AM

The FAQs

10.35 AM

U3A Nunawading – Line Dancing

11.10 AM

G&T Jazz


11.30 AM

Whitehorse School of Physical Culture Inc

11.50 AM

Bruce Pumpa and the Perfect Gentlemen

12.20 PM

Academy of Dance Victoria

12.45 PM

e and showcase the importance of artistic life in Whitehorse.

12.45 PM

Box Hill Chorale

1.25 PM

1.35 PM Ceilidh Highland Dancers (Highland Hustle Mitcham)

2.10 PM

Ping's Music School

2.00 PM

Box Hill Ballet Association Inc

2.25 PM

Vintage Sugar Band

2.15 PM

UkeAlohas Community Ukulele Group

3.10 PM

Melbourne Happy Stars – Live Band

3.10 PM

Box Hill Community Arts Centre Choir

3.35 PM

Street Dance Studios

es and roving entertainers all with an artistic twist! Experience a orkshop or meet the wonderful people in your local community.

ring food and you’ve got yourself a fabulous family day out!

Box Hill Floral Art (BHFA) Exhibition Stunning floral art displays will include an interclub competition and creative and artistic designs by members of BHFA and floral art groups around Victoria. Enquiries and entry forms: 9874 3143

Leave the car at home and make your way by bike, on foot or by catching public transport. Planning your trip


Use a TravelSmart map to plan your trip using the array of cycling paths and public transport routes in Whitehorse.

Free, secure bike parking facilities will be available. Ride your bike to the event and go into the draw to win one of five $50 vouchers to Bicycle Superstore.

Maps are available from: ■■ Council’s Customer Service Centres ■■ TravelSmart-Map.html ■■ Calling 9262 6333 to have one posted to you



10.00 AM

10.00 AM


10.50 AM

Victoria Hua Xin Chinese women’s association

10.25 AM

OPA-cize™ Greek Dance Fitness

11.15 AM

Peranakan Association Australia Inc.

10.40 AM

Bennettswood Neighbourhood House

11.40 AM

Whitehorse Manningham Libraries

11.15 AM

Whitehorse Chevaliers Fencing Club

12.15 PM

The Melbourne Chinese Choir

11.50 AM

Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Victoria

12.40 PM

12.15 PM

Maeng Ho Taekwondo Academy

1.05 PM

12.30 PM

Rise & Shine Young Children's Choir

1.30 PM

Australia Chinese Dancers Association

12.50 PM

U3A Nunawading – Zumba

1.55 PM

Melbourne Korean Senior Citizens Community

1.15 PM

Bellydance Kizmet

2.20 PM

U3A Box Hill

1.35 PM

Hung Gar Yau Shu Martial Arts School

2.45 PM

Bindaas Bollywood Dance Company

1.50 PM

U3A Nunawading – Chinese Dancing

3.10 PM

Sahaja Yoga Meditation

2.15 PM

Alkira Wearable Arts Group

2.30 PM

Lyons Highland Dance Studio

3.05 PM

TAPfit Melbourne

3.15 PM

Whitehorse Manningham Libraries

3.50 PM

Navel Gazers Belly Dance

TRAPEZE SHOW Getting There

Amore Duet Nightcats Duo Band

Jasmine Senior Dance Group

10.25 AMBollywoodBeats

Harambee A Cappella Chinese Health Foundation of Australia

3.35 PM Melbourne Chinese University of Third Age (U3A)


Circus Play

10.15 AM

Giant Bubble / Circus workshop

11.15 AM

The Funky Monkeys – Family Show

12.00 PM

Cat and Dog Show – Local Laws

11.05 AM

Fly Factory performance

12.30 PM

Fire and Ice Magic Show

12.00 PM

Fly Factory performance

1.00 PM

Giant Bubble workshop

1.15 PM

Fly Factory performance

1.30 PM

Cat and Dog Show – Local Laws

2.45 PM

Fly Factory performance

2.00 PM

The Funky Monkeys – Family Show

3.00 PM

Hula Hoop Circus Workshop


For site map and more information visit or on Facebook @WhitehorseFestivalSeason

Public Transport Visit to plan your trip using public transport. Nunawading Station is less than a 10 minute walk from the event!





The views expressed are those of individual Councillors and do not necessarily reflect Council policy or the views of Council as a whole.

Central Ward

Elgar Ward

Morack Ward

Cr Andrew Munroe 0429 138 140

Cr Tina Liu 0418 121 357

Cr Bill Bennett 0409 195 530

Cr Denise Massoud 0409 230 499

Cr Blair Barker 0459 857 280

Cr Raylene Carr 0400 886 889

By Cr Denise Massoud

By Cr Tina Liu

By Cr Raylene Carr

This month I want to congratulate Koonung Community House for their initiative with shopping bags.

I had the pleasure of joining the Greenlink Box Hill family for their 30th Anniversary Celebration.

Congratulations to The Avenue at Eley Neighbourhood House on reaching their 35th year.

We all sometimes forget our bags when we go shopping, either we've left them at home or in the car. Koonung Community House asked for donations of fabric remnants and have made some strong bags which are available outside IGA at Blackburn North Square for free. It is an honour system. Take a bag but next time return it and you can also leave any excess bags for others to use. No need to buy a plastic bag any more! On Tuesday afternoons they are offering fabric and access to patterns and machines to make your own bags (Ph: 9878 6632).

I congratulate Greenlink Box Hill for reaching this milestone and thank the members and volunteers, past and present, for their hard work and dedication in propagating indigenous plants in Whitehorse.

This is indeed a milestone and thanks must go to all the volunteers who helped make this possible. Robust conversations took place with everyone relating their stories and memories of the past 35 years. Well done to staff who had diligently documented the 35 year history, which was on display for all to read, together with accompanying photos.

Below: A bag made by members of Koonung Community House.

Metropolitan Transport Forum and North East Link I attended the Metropolitan Transport Forum which was hosted at Box Hill Town Hall. State parliamentary members and representatives from major political parties discussed their transport policies. Whitehorse City Council hosted a community forum in relation to the North East Link, with guest speakers sharing their views and expertise. There was a great community turnout at both forums - thank you for your questions and valuable feedback. The North East Link Authority will be hosting a community drop-in session at Box Hill Central (North Precinct) on Thursday 18 October (9am-7pm). Other Highlights

Rotary Club of Forest Hill Another great community outcome was the effort by the Rotary Club of Forest Hill to sponsor local students for the Model United Nations Assembly. The students won their District Finals and came third in the National Finals in Canberra – a great achievement! Affording these opportunities for young community members is a great investment in building good citizens of the future. Whitehorse Seniors Festival I attended The Swinging Sixties Show as part of the Seniors Festival, presented by Wendy Stapleton, supported by her husband on guitar and daughter and niece as backing group. The audience had great fun singing and clapping along. Central Ward Forum Our next ward forum is Saturday 20 October from 1pm-3pm at Blackburn Lake Sanctuary Visitors Centre and I hope you can join myself and Cr Munroe for an update and discussion.

I had the pleasure of attending a number of other events, including Box Hill Hawks President’s Luncheon, Rotary Box Hill Central and Whitehorse Business Group’s joint breakfast seminar, Parkland Community Forum, Moon Festival in Box Hill, Australian Quilters Association exhibition and Civic Recognition of Youth Members in Scouting. A reminder that the Whitehorse Excellence in Business Awards gala dinner will be on the evening of Friday 9 November. Join us in recognising and celebrating the achievements of the Whitehorse business community. For more details visit All the best and until next time, Tina Below: Cr Liu (second from left) with Greenlink Box Hill committee members at their 30th Anniversary event.

Above: Clare from The Avenue at Eley Neighbourhood House, Cr Carr and Cr Massoud. Thank you to Helen and Lynton Reid for the photo.

Recent Events I hope you managed to attend one or more of the events on offer during Whitehorse Heritage Week. Sincere thanks to all the volunteers who gave their valuable time to make these events a success. I was disappointed to not be able to attend the North East Link Forum however feedback received informs me it was a very constructive forum attended by more than 150 people. The Forest Hill Football and Netball Clubs held their Presentation Night in September. From all accounts this was a very enjoyable evening. Off Lead Dog Parks As previously advertised, Council is reviewing off lead dog parks. Residents surrounding Tyrol Park in Vermont South should have received a letter seeking their opinion. The results of the review, including the resident feedback on Tyrol Park, will be made available soon. Whitehorse Women’s Forum Once again, the Whitehorse Women’s Forum was a very successful evening. The topic was Inspirational Stories – From Addiction to Recovery. I thought the speakers were very courageous in sharing their life journeys.

The views expressed are those of individual Councillors and do not necessarily reflect Council policy or the views of Council as a whole. Riversdale Ward Cr Sharon Ellis 0419 397 194

Cr Andrew Davenport (Mayor) 0407 652 145

Springfield Ward

Community Briefs

Cr Ben Stennett 0448 375 937

Spring Fair, Saturday 13 October, 9am-2pm St Peter's Anglican church, Box Hill, 1038 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill

Cr Prue Cutts 0409 867 540

Wonderful bargains for all. Great food stalls including a cafe, Asian food and BBQ. Homemade cakes, confectionery and jams, lovely crafts, hardy plants. Quality secondhand collectables, clothing, books and more. Live music and face painting. Support the Sudanese Children's Saturday School stall.

By Cr Andrew Davenport

By Cr Ben Stennett

On 22 September, the 2018 Melbourne Moon Festival was held at the Box Hill Mall.

I would like to invite you to enjoy the annual Spring Festival.

Hosted by the Melbourne Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce, it was a great event. Well done to all involved. I look forward to the Chinese New Year Festival on 2 February 2019, which is being hosted by the Asian Business Association of Whitehorse.

I will be at the festival available to talk with you between 12noon and 1pm at the Council tent with Cr Prue Cutts. It is always a fantastic day despite the weather sometimes being unpredictable!

Greenlink 30th Anniversary

Council has selected Ireland Brown as the builder for the Nunawading Community Hub. This followed a process of asking the builders who had tendered for the project for their best and final offer. Builders should be on site this month, with work to commence soon. Council is aiming for construction to be completed by December 2019.

On 1 September, Cr Liu, Cr Barker, Cr Munroe and the Hon Robert Clark MP, State Member for Box Hill, attended Greenlink's 30th Anniversary, where Cr Liu, Cr Barker and I planted a tree to mark the occasion. It was good to hear from the residents who had been part of Greenlink and the contributions they have made to the rehabilitation of the environment. Avenue Neighbourhood House 35th Anniversary On 14 September, Cr Carr, Cr Massoud and Mr Neil Angus MP, State Member for Forest Hill, attended the Avenue Neighbourhood House's 35th anniversary afternoon tea. The Avenue @ Eley provides a number of education courses, social and recreational activities as well as some childcare. Draft Whitehorse Waste Management Strategy 2018-2028 On 24 September 2018, Council started receiving submissions on the Whitehorse Waste Management Strategy 2018-2028. Now is your chance to provide feedback. To have your say visit

Nunawading Community Hub Update

Open Day at Schwerkolt Cottage

Annual Exhibition Showcases Local Artists Enjoy more than 150 original paintings and drawings produced by talented local artists as part of the Box Hill Art Group’s 66th annual exhibition. This is your opportunity to invest in an original artwork. The exhibition, held in conjunction with the Whitehorse Arts Association, is on from 19 to 21 October at the Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill. Entry is $5. For more details, phone 0424 775 540 or visit Kara House Celebrating 40 Years of Service

Last month I attended the annual open day at Schwerkolt Cottage and Museum. There was plenty to see and do. It is always a great day out for families. The Schwerkolt family was one of the original settlers in Mitcham in the 1800s and their original stone cottage is still there so you can see how life was lived in the area at the time. Separation Tree Planting Ceremony I was pleased to attend a tree planting ceremony, with the Mayor Councillor Andrew Davenport, several other Councillors and others, to plant a sapling grown in our nursery, which came from the original 400 year old Separation Tree, which began dying after being vandalised twice.

Box Hill United Pythagoras Soccer Club In September, Mr Graham Watt, State Member for Burwood and I attended the Box Hill United SC Mini Roos Gala day, which was held at Wembley Park.

For 40 years Kara House has provided highly secure, safe crisis accommodation and outreach services in the Whitehorse community to support women and their children who experience family violence. This month, they will celebrate this milestone with an event at Box Hill Town Hall which will be an opportunity to talk about their work, their future plans and why the support of the local community is so important. Though Kara House’s core support services are government funded they are always actively working to improve the experience of the women and children they support with additional services like material aid and education and wellbeing activities. To find out more or make a donation, visit Yarran Dheran events Frogs of Whitehorse When: Sunday 7 October, 6.30pm-8pm

Cr Davenport and Cr Stennett at the tree planting ceremony.

Heatherdale Scouts 60 Years Young With Councillor Prue Cutts, I attended the 60 birthday of the 1st Heatherdale Scout Group. It was very well attended. It was a great evening, helping to celebrate this amazing milestone. Congratulations to everyone in the group especially the many volunteers and leaders. th

Above: Kristen Georgakopoulos, Vice President, Graham Watt MP, Cr Davenport, and Alex Palmos, president of Box Hill United Soccer Club.

Walk the Bushland When: Sunday 14 October, 9.30am-12.30pm Orchids in the Mullum Mullum Valley When: Saturday 27 October, 10am-12 noon Where: Meet at the Yarran Dheran Information Centre, Ashburton Drive, Mitcham Free event, but bookings essential:



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Whitehorse Seniors Festival

Helping seniors stay safe in their home Through the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP), Whitehorse City Council offers home maintenance and minor modification services so that older people can maintain their home environment in a safe condition, which allows them to live independently for longer.

The Whitehorse Seniors Festival continues throughout October. It is packed full of free and low cost events, activities and workshops for older community members.

Services include: ■■ Fitting smoke detectors or replacing batteries

Can You Spot A Scam?

Friday 5 October, 10.30am-11.30am Where: Willis Room, Whitehorse City Council Civic Centre, 379–397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading Cost: Free Bookings essential: 9262 6443

Seniors Stepping Out Safely

Monday 8 October, 11.30am-12.30pm Where: Koonung Cottage Community House, 109 Koonung Road, Blackburn North Cost: Free Bookings essential: 9878 6632

Learn how to improve your heart health through diet. A qualified dietician will explain how food can influence and affect your heart health. RACV – Years Ahead

Monday 29 October, 10.30am-11.30am Where: Willis Room, Whitehorse City Council Civic Centre, 379 397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading Cost: Free Bookings essential: 9262 6134 or Road safety awareness program designed for older road users. Covers driving and road safety tips, importance of being fit to drive, impact of health and medications on driving, planning for future mobility. More information For a full program of events, call 9262 6443 or visit


Window cleaning


Magnetic door catches


Safety hinges for bathroom/toilet doors


Grab rails in the shower




Internal and external hand rails next to steps


Bannister rails

More information

Includes morning tea and show bag.

Where: Aqualink Nunawading, Fraser Place, Forest Hill Cost: Free Bookings essential: Aqualink Nunawading reception or 9878 4576

Gutter cleaning

Please note that modifications that require a qualified tradesperson are beyond the scope of this service.

Get all the facts on pedestrian safety, refresh your skills and learn new ways to stay safe.

Tuesday 9 October, 1.15pm-2.15pm


Home modifications We can also assist you with minor home modifications so you can continue to move safely about your house, such as:

Learn how to protect yourself online. Presented by the Office of eSafety Commissioner.

Eating for Heart Health Seminar

October 2018

Small Actions, Big Difference There are many small actions that create a big difference for people affected by dementia, as well as their families and carers. People with dementia can continue to do many of the things they did before they received a diagnosis – but they may need support from their employer, community, local businesses, neighbours, friends and family members. Some small actions that businesses and community groups can take that make a big difference in the lives of people experiencing dementia and their carers include: ■■

Allow time for people to communicate their needs


Have seating available


Have clear signage that includes pictures


Make information easy to read and understand. For instance, did you know that using all capital letters in signage makes word recognition harder?


Move shelving and displays away from doorways


Make the door and door frame different colours More information

Whitehorse City Council has partnered with the Inner East Primary Care Partnership (PCP) to conduct a Dementia Friendly Project in the Forest Hill area. For more information about the project call Sharon at Inner East PCP on 8843 2254 or visit

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Ride2Work Day Community Breakfast National Ride2Work Day is Australia’s largest celebration of commuter riding. Whitehorse City Council and Box Hill Institute are hosting a community breakfast for all cyclists to refuel after their commute. There's also the chance to win some fantastic giveaways throughout the morning!

Event Details When: Wednesday 17 October, 6.30am-9.30am Where: Box Hill Institute Nelson Campus forecourt (near the corner of Whitehorse Road, Box Hill) Register: or just come along on the day

5-Star Food Hygiene Safety Focus Middle Ground Cafe in Blackburn North is Council’s 5-Star Food Hygiene Focus for October for achieving excellence in food safety standards. This is the second time Middle Ground has been nominated for the award. All food businesses achieving a 5-star rating are promoted in Council publications and are eligible for the prestigious Food Premises of the Year Award. If you’re interested in finding out the star rating of local businesses, visit More information

Middle Ground Cafe

Cr Blair Barker (centre) with Box Hill Institute Sport and Fitness students Matt, Tom, Ravneel and event management teacher Simon Carlile.

Cyclists, share the love Council is supporting an exciting new cycling program called Biketober Whitehorse. You can ride for fun or transportation any time, anywhere in October to take part. You only need to ride for 10 minutes or more at a time. Biketober Whitehorse is part of the Love to Ride program, which is now running in 12 countries and in hundreds of cities. It’s easy to take part: 1. Register at 2. Encourage your friends and co-workers to join the challenge 3. Record your ride and win prizes – including the global prize of a trip to New Zealand or the Grand Canyon. More information and to register

Location: 3 Springfield Rd, Blackburn North (part of New Hope Church) Phone: 9890 7999 Hours: Monday - Friday 8.45am-3pm Sunday 9am-12.45pm

Be storm safe Over the last few years, Whitehorse has experienced several serious storms that have caused blackouts and significant damage. The storms were sudden and localised, which makes it essential to have a plan and prepare your family and home well before a storm hits. More information

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Secure outdoor furniture and umbrellas Clean up loose items that could become flying projectiles Make sure gutters, downpipes and drains are not blocked Park your car undercover and away from trees Ensure you have surge protectors on electrical equipment Make copies of important documents and back up your computer regularly Check your insurance covers flood and storm damage Print out a copy of emergency contacts and keep it somewhere handy. Local contacts are available at Emergency-Contact-Information.html



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Life: Up Close and In Focus

October 2018

The Box Hill Rotary Whitehorse Art Show

16 – 28 October Opening: Thursday 18 October, 6pm-8pm

Box Hill Town Hall Friday 2 to Tuesday 6 November

Life: Up Close and In Focus is an exhibition of the macro photographic studies of Meaghan Lyon’s favourite subject – Australian Flora.

The 54th Annual Art Show is coming back to the Town Hall next month, with wonderful artworks on display and many of the works for sale at very affordable prices.

For many years, her friends and family received greeting cards decorated with her photos and, since her death in 2016, these cards have become very precious mementos. Coinciding with Mental Health Week, this exhibition is part of Meaghan’s legacy and is a formal recognition of her photographic ability. Its aim is also to help visitors become more comfortable in talking about mental health. All proceeds from the sale of these limited edition photos will be donated to Jesuit Social Services Support After Suicide program.

The opening night gala is on Thursday 1 November at 7pm and will be hosted by the legendary Mike Brady. Tickets are $75 per person, and include a three-course dinner, drinks and a preview of the exhibition. General Exhibition Admission: $10. There is no charge for the exhibition catalogue and no additional charge to attend demonstration sessions. Tickets:

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Exercise differently with social tennis If you’re bored with the usual workout offerings, give social tennis a serve at Aqualink Box Hill. When: 11 October – 13 December Thursdays 6pm-6.45pm or 7pm-7.45pm

It’s 45 minutes of fun, plus a great cardio workout! Practise your skills, meet new people and boost your fitness levels – beginners welcome.

Come along for a free trial lesson on Thursday 11 October, then if you like it, sign up for the 11 week program. Aqualink members get a 10 per cent discount. More information and to register 9843 2900 Visit Aqualink Box Hill reception

Spring into Morack As the weather warms up and evenings get lighter, Morack Public Golf Course and Driving Range is a great place to unwind or up your skills at the end of the day. Tune your game in time for summer by perfecting your swing during spring. Morack’s undercover driving range is now open most nights until 8pm. Morack also has a short, modified course that is perfect for junior players, those new to the game and those after a quick game. Above: Cr Raylene Carr at Morack Golf Course.

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Boyd and Davey Until 4 November

An inspiring exhibition of landscapes and ceramics. Where: Whitehorse Artspace


Idea to Exhibition Until 7 October


Ceramic Animal Sculptures

Paper Marbling

Sunday 21 October, 2pm-4pm

Sunday 28 October, 10am-1pm

Mondays 15 October – 3 December, 6.30pm-8.30pm

Learn techniques for creating your own sculptural animals.

Master the technique of paper marbling to create stunning designs.

Explore visual storytelling and develop a graphic novel. Cost: $119 / 7 weeks Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Mondays 15 October – 3 December, 5.45pm-7.45pm

Work on your own project or explore a new medium. Cost: $155.75 / 7 weeks Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

8 – 14 October

An exhibition of tapestry, cross stitch and hardanger. Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre


Babirra Music Theatre presents Dusty – the Original Pop Diva 12 – 20 October


I’ll Be Yours (classic film 1947) Wednesday 17 October, 10am Morning tea at 9.15am

A fun musical romance. Cost: Full $8, Group (10+) $7 Where: Whitehorse Centre


This musical is laden with a collection of fabulous songs.

Code-it-yourself (CIY) Club (7-14 year olds)

Cost: Full $45, Conc $41, Child $37, Group (10+) $41 Where: Whitehorse Centre

Thursdays 18 October – 6 December, 4.30pm-5.30pm


Basket Weaving Sundays 14 October – 2 December, 10.30am-12.30pm

Learn how to make coilwoven baskets. Cost: $168 / 8 weeks Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Cost: $50 Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Learn 3D printing, electronics and more. Cost: $156 / 8 weeks Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Screen Printing: Tea Towels and Tote Bags

Monoprinting Sunday 21 October, 10am-2.30pm

Discover the art of monoprinting, a painterly method of printmaking. Cost: $82 Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

470 Station Street, Box Hill 9895 8888

Bookings essential for classes and courses. Visit to view our full range of courses.

Sunday 28 October, 2pm-6pm

Learn screen-printing techniques while creating hand-printed tea towels. WORKSHOP

Chinese Brush Painting

Cost: $65 Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre

Rear of 397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading Box Office 9262 6555

Fridays 26 October – 2 November, 11am-2pm


Learn the unique art of Chinese brush painting. Cost: $130 Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre


Celebrate Children’s Week with Giant Games! Saturday 27 October, 9.30am

Try your hand at giant Chess, Connect Four or Snakes and Ladders! Where: Nunawading Library


Nova Music Theatre presents Dr Zhivago


Cost: $75 Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre



Youth Folio Development (13 yrs+)

Needlework Tapestry Guild - Nimble Needles


Sequential Art: Graphic Novels

Students have produced a series of artworks using a variety of media.



27 October – 11 November

A sweeping saga of romance and revolution during the last days of Czarist Russia. Cost: Full $44, Conc $40, Child $38, Group (10+) $38 Where: Whitehorse Centre


Clayworkers - Fired Up! 30 October – 4 November

Box Hill Clayworkers is an eclectic group of creators who focus on many different aspects of ceramics.

Two double passes to the classic film I'll Be Yours on Wednesday 17 October is on offer this month. The first two people to call the Box Office on 9262 6555 at 10am on Wednesday 10 October will win. Looking for a venue for your next meeting or event? Visit or email functions@ for more information.

Where: Box Hill Community Arts Centre


Creating Monsters - Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligence Tuesday 30 October, 7pm

Learn how artificial intelligence may affect you. Where: Nunawading Library

Located at Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill Hours: Tue to Fri 10am-4pm Sat 12pm-4pm

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Πείτε τη γνώμη σας για τα Απόβλητα Hãy Πείτε τη γνώμη σας για τα Απόβλητα Πείτε Πείτε τη τη γνώμη γνώμη σας σας για για τα τα Απόβλητα Απόβλητα Hãy cho ývềkiến về đề Rác thải cho ý kiến vấn đềvấn Rác thải Hãy cho ý kiến về vấn đề Rác thải Hãy cho ý kiến về vấn đề Rác thải Εκφέρετε τη γνώμη σας για το νέο Εκφέρετε τητη γνώμη σας για το νέο Εκφέρετε Εκφέρετε τη γνώμη γνώμη σας σας για για το το νέο νέο προσχέδιο Στρατηγικής Διαχείρισης προσχέδιο Στρατηγικής Διαχείρισης προσχέδιο προσχέδιο Στρατηγικής Στρατηγικής Διαχείρισης Διαχείρισης Αποβλήτων. Η στρατηγική Αποβλήτων. ΗΗ στρατηγική Αποβλήτων. Αποβλήτων. Η στρατηγική στρατηγική επικεντρώνεται επικεντρώνεται στις προκλήσεις στις προκλήσεις επικεντρώνεται επικεντρώνεται στις στις προκλήσεις προκλήσεις καικαι τις και ευκαιρίες τις ευκαιρίες που αφορούν που αφορούν τατατατα και τις τις ευκαιρίες ευκαιρίες που που αφορούν αφορούν απόβλητα, την ανακύκλωση απόβλητα, την ανακύκλωση καικαι απόβλητα, απόβλητα, την την ανακύκλωση ανακύκλωση καικαι τ’ απορρίμματα τ’ απορρίμματα στο Whitehorse στο Whitehorse τ’ τ’ απορρίμματα απορρίμματα στο στο Whitehorse Whitehorse και θα αποτελέσει τον οδηγό καικαι θα αποτελέσει τον οδηγό γιαγια και θα θα αποτελέσει αποτελέσει τον τον οδηγό οδηγό γιαγια τη διαχείριση των αποβλήτων τητη διαχείριση των αποβλήτων τατατατα τη διαχείριση διαχείριση των των αποβλήτων αποβλήτων επόμενα επόμενα 1010 χρόνια. 10 χρόνια. επόμενα επόμενα 10 χρόνια. χρόνια. Επισκεφθείτε το Επισκεφθείτε τοτο Επισκεφθείτε Επισκεφθείτε το yoursayonwaste yoursayonwaste γιαγια ενημέρωση για ενημέρωση yoursayonwaste yoursayonwaste για ενημέρωση ενημέρωση σχετικά με το έργο, επερχόμενες σχετικά μεμε το έργο, επερχόμενες σχετικά σχετικά με το το έργο, έργο, επερχόμενες επερχόμενες δραστηριότητες και λεπτομέρειες δραστηριότητες καικαι λεπτομέρειες δραστηριότητες δραστηριότητες και λεπτομέρειες λεπτομέρειες για το να συμμετάσχετε. γιαγια το πώς ναπώς συμμετάσχετε. για το το πώς πώς να να συμμετάσχετε. συμμετάσχετε.

Hãy cho ývềkiến về Chiến lược Quản Hãy cho ý kiến Chiến lược Quản Hãy cho ý kiến về Chiến lược Quản Hãy cho ý kiến về Chiến lược Quản lý Rác thải phác thảo mới của chúng lý lý Rác thải phác thảo mới của chúng Rác thải phác thảo mới của chúng lý Rác thải phác thảo mới của chúng tôi. Chiến lược này xác định các thử tôi.tôi. Chiến lược này xác định các thử Chiến lược này xác định các thử tôi. Chiến lược này xác định các thử thách và cơ hội về rác và rác thách vàvà cơ hội về rác thải vàthải rác tái thách cơ hội về rác thải và rác tái thách và cơ hội về rác thải và rác táitái sửsử dụng và xả rác ởrác Whitehorse vàvà sẽvà dụng và xả rác ởrác Whitehorse sẽvà sử sử dụng dụng và và xả xả ở Whitehorse ở Whitehorse sẽsẽ hướng dẫn việc quản lý rác thải cho hướng dẫn việc quản lý rác thải cho hướng dẫn việc quản lý rác thải cho hướng dẫn việc quản lý rác thải cho 10 năm 1010 năm tới. năm tới. 10 năm tới.tới. Hãy ghé thăm Hãy ghé thăm Hãy ghé thăm Hãy ghé thăm yoursayonwaste để đọc thông yoursayonwaste đểđể đọc thông tintintintin yoursayonwaste đọc thông yoursayonwaste để đọc thông cập nhật về dự án, các hoạt động cập nhật về dự án, các hoạt động cập nhật về dự án, các hoạt động cập nhật về dự án, các hoạt động tới và chi tiết về cách sắp tớisắp và chi tiết vềvề cách quý vịquý cóvị sắp tới và chi tiết cách quý vị cóvị sắp tới và chi tiết về cách quý cócó thể tham gia. thể tham gia. thể tham gia. thể tham gia.

Whitehorse News October 2018  

The official newsletter of the City of Whitehorse.

Whitehorse News October 2018  

The official newsletter of the City of Whitehorse.