Term 1  Week 2

Tuesday 10 February 2009


Swim Squad CANCELLED THIS WEEK, next session is Friday next WEEK. ……………………..-see inside for more details

THIS Thursday – whole school event the HOUSE SWIMMING SPORTS at Doncaster Aquarena……………….see details inside

ALL new students and parents are invited to attend the Training Band Information Night Tues Feb 17 @7:30pm in the school hall, this is an exciting opportunity for you to explore many band instruments


Principal’s Report

In light of recent events I would like to dedicate my report this week to communicating the devastating affect that the fires have had on our community.

As I indicated in my letter to parents yesterday, students and staff alike have been affected, both directly and indirectly, in a range of ways.   Four staff members, including two instrumental music teachers have lost their family homes and all belongings, however, are grateful for having been able to escape the fires and move into safe environments.   Similarly, nine families that we are aware of so far have lost their homes and their belongings.   Unfortunately, most of these families are also suffering from the loss of family and friends.   This community has been strongly affected by loss and whilst it is not possible for me at this point in time to communicate to you the names of these victims, purely because family and friends are still waiting for confirmation of identity.   On behalf of everyone I wish to offer our regret and sincere condolences to all the families who, in one way or another are currently grappling with the fact of loss of family and loved ones.

Similarly, I wish to convey our sincere condolences to all families in other communities that have been severely affected by such loss.

Unfortunately the situation is far from over and throughout the day a stream of information comes through the school which aggravates our community’s position.

The strength of our school is measured by the strength of our community and I would like to thank everybody who has extended a generous hand, either in the way of monetary, in-kind support or in the expression of kind words to console those in need.   Today the student body organised a collection of funds and I am pleased to inform you that the generosity of this community was evident through the collection of $7,980.00 at the last count.   Students are still donating and a further collection will take place tomorrow.

A range of other fundraising events have already been identified by our student leaders and they will organise and lead various groups in the implementation of these.

Nillumbik Community Health Service is working with the Nillumbik Shire Council and the Department of Human Services to provide support to all people affected by the bush fires.   For people who have been immediately affected by the fires you are strongly advised to register with the Red Cross who are co-ordinating a number of support services as well as identifying the locations of those affected.   The Red Cross can be found at the Diamond Creek Relief Centre, 28 Main Road, Diamond Creek (the YMCA) 9438-5299, Arthurs Creek Recovery Centre in the community centre in the town, St. Andrews Recovery Centre located in the old primary school.  Government emergency funds may also be accessed from the Diamond Creek Relief Centre.   We urge you to continue to give generously to the Red Cross Bush fire Appeal Fund.   Whilst goods have been most appreciated, the most effective donation is money.   The Red Cross can be contacted on 1800 811 700 or on the following web sites www.redcross.org.au/Donations/onlineDonations.asp

or www.redcross.org.au/vic/services_emergencyservices_victorian-bushfires-appeal-2009.htm

Blood donations are also welcome; however, since the blood banks have been overwhelmed they have requested that people register on-line in the upcoming weeks at www.donateblood.com.au/page.aspx?IDDataTreeMenu=47&parent=31

If anyone is able to offer accommodation locally you may do so by contacting Brendan Monigatti (Student Welfare Co-ordinator) at the school or alternatively you may wish to register with the Red Cross who are able to link available accommodation with people requiring support and also identify where people are located. 

In addition to the specialist services offered to our young people through our school the Nillumbik Community Health Service is able to offer a counselling service to support people who have been affected by the fires.   The main office is located at 917 Main Road, Eltham and the service co-ordinating team can be contacted on 9430-9100.

The Department of Human Services is also able to offer personal, emotional, psychological and financial help at www.dhs.vic.gov.au/demergency/current-events/bushfire

Furthermore the following web page may be of use for donations of goods, animal care and more www.ourcommunity.com.au/bushfirehelp

For members of our community who are part of the Australian Education Union and who have been affected by the fires, a grant system has been established and agreements have been reached with relevant credit unions for interest-free loans.   Contact the AEU for further information on 9417-2822 or on www.aeuvic.asn.au

Stockfeed, hay, or agistment.   If you are able to offer any of these, please contact Nillumbik Shire Council on 9438-5299.

I hope that by the next newsletter I can be more specific about our loss of community members.   I do take this opportunity to thank you all for your ongoing support and for clearly demonstrating how strong we can be when we work together.

Living our value of social responsibility Whilst I know that there are many examples of our young people living our value of social responsibility I want to reflect on the following students who have taken it upon themselves to demonstrate this.   I emphasise that these young people are only a representative of the many others who continuously display a strong sense of social responsibility.   I wish to commend the work of Jessie Neil and Hannah Kammerhofer, both of Year 7 who together, took it upon themselves to begin our school collection by engaging their local neighbourhood and raised $310.00 in two hours.

Raudie McLeod, Holly Gregory, Brigid Algie and Riley Beveridge, all of Year 10 who have also used their initiative to begin a collection of their own accord to support the victims of the fires.   They raised $830.75 which has been donated to the Red Cross Appeal.  

Jack Stapley of Year 11 (VCAL) has, for the last few days been working alongside the Yarrambat CFA fighting fires.

Last week I spoke about a number of students who gave up their time during last Christmas to serve Christmas lunch at the Melbourne City Mission Retirement Centre, however, I neglected to include Gemma Robinson of Year 10.   I congratulate Gemma for her efforts and look forward to her continuing contribution to our community.

Student Achievement

Sebastian Harquin and Rohan Day’s advice-to-pre-service-teacher’s booklet “Surviving Rounds”, which was developed as part of a Year 9 English class’ involvement in the Youth Research Centre’s Learning Partnerships programme, has been selected to be distributed to all prospective teachers completing a Dip Ed at the University of Melbourne.   The booklet gives pre-service teachers advice on how to be effective teachers from a student’s perspective.   The advice is thoughtful and relevant, and is presented in engaging ways, with outstanding illustrations.   The Learning Partnership programme has provided a powerful learning experience for the participating classes and its success is a testament to Mr. Glen Pearsall’s (teacher) commitment to the education of our young people.   Congratulations to Seb, Rohan and Glen.

Swimming Carnival

The Swimming Carnival is scheduled for Thursday, 12th February will proceed as planned.   This will allow us to maintain a sense of normality through school programmes and I emphasise the importance of ensuring that all children attend on this day.  

Vincent Sicari, Principal


2009 SWIM SQUAD – Thurs Mornings, usually!

What a great roll up last week! Be in it… just come along to the Eltham Leisure Centre Friday next week from 7 until 8am. (NORMALLY Thursdays – keep watching this column.)  Note: tomorrows swim session is cancelled due to the swimming sports. 


All community announcements on the web version this week


February 2009

Wed 11

Sport – Senior Round Robin

Thurs 12

Swimming Sports whole school Doncaster

Tues 17

Training Band Information Night 7:30pm

Thurs 19

Jnr School Meet the Teachers Evening

Thurs 23

School Photo day

Thurs 26

Sport – Cricket Quarter Finals

Mar 3-6 & Mar 11-13

Year 8 Surf Camp

Mar 26

Immunisation day Yr7 & Yr 10

Swimming Sports – Thurs 12 Feb &

Athletics Sports Thurs 2 April

Both the Swim and Athletics days are compulsory school days they are not optional.  All students are expected to attend.

Students can enter as many events as they wish, if they decide to enter more or less events on the day that’s OK. 

All students are encouraged to dress up in House colours, but are reminded that NO body paint or coloured hairspray is allowed in the pool – zinc is fine!!  Senior House leaders will operate a sausage sizzle: $2.00 per sausage – all money to go to bushfire appeal.

Venues: Swim – Doncaster Aquarena

               Athletics – Doncaster

Buses are provided.  Students need to go to period one promptly on the day and their teacher will take them to the buses at the designated time.  

Peter Nicholson, Sport Coordinator


New Zealand Volleyball Tour 2009

The balance of the cost of the tour was due today.


Selections for volleyball teams will be held on the show court on the following days

Mon 9th Feb, Fri 13th

Year 8 boys

Tues 10th, Mon 16th

year 8 girls

Wed 18th, Thurs 19th

Year 7 boys

Fri 20th, Mon 23rd

year 7 girls

Tues 24th

Year 9 girls

Important Dates

Sat’s 14th & 21st

Sun 15th &

22nd Feb

Under 16 state team trials at MSAC

State Team trials for U/17, U/19 and U/21 boys and girls.

Wed 11th Feb

Senior boys and girls volleyball round robin

Tues 17th Feb

Year 8 Volleyball Round Robin

Thurs 19th Mar

Year 7 Volleyball Round Robin

Wed 25th Mar

Quarter finals for 7,8, inter & senior teams

4th – 17th April

New Zealand Volleyball Tour

7th, 8th & 9th Aug

Victorian Schools Cup

7th – 11th Dec

Australian Schools Cup

From the Business Manager

STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHS-postponed to 23 Feb

Student photographs will be now be held on the 23rd February.  Ordering envelopes are named and have been distributed, if you do not have yours please call at the General office.


Music lessons commence this week. Students should check the timetable in the music block foyer later this week.


Symphonic band – Tuesday afternoon & Friday morning

Concert Band – Wednesday afternoon

Intermediate Band - Wednesday morning

Jill Browne, Music Administration



LOTE & Learning Part 1

Students learn by helping each other: Ex VCE LOTE students are highly encouraged to come to our year 12 classes and help our students gain conversation practice and gain first- hand knowledge about what to expect in their LOTE assessments and examinations. Past year 12 LOTE students who wish help out with our conversation classes at any level are requested to come and see either myself or Madame Nicassio beforehand. This is also a great way to maintain a LOTE and discover a buddy who may be able to help you in another subject. We are also looking for volunteers to help with our junior and middle school conversations and reading sessions. Our junior and middle school LOTE students will be able to see what they can achieve in terms of language if they continue with it.  All coaches will receive a certificate of appreciation at the end of the year for their generosity of time and effort. This can be used as evidence of volunteer work and services to the school community in your resume.

Pompa Brady, Teaching & Learning Leader LOTE



Canteen Roster

February 2009

Wed 11

Pearl Yung, Margaret Toohey, Chris Williams

Thurs 12

Swimming Sports at Doncaster

Fri 13

Jenny Fluck, Camilla McHugh, Jan Pavey

Mon 16

Rhonda Steele, Carol Guille, Robyn Holt

Tues 17

Julie Temple, Nicole Clark, Kerri Lester

Wed 18

Tracey Angelopoulos, Michelle Dalton, Rosa Hong


Bus Travellers please note……….

Bus timetables for Routes 578/579, 582 and 580 have been adjusted to improve bus run and connection times with trains. For more details please go to panoramacoaches.com.au to view timetables.

Middle School News

Parents of students in Middle School should note that the change of elective process will begin Wednesday 11th of February and conclude at 11am on Tuesday the 17th of February.

Changes will only be considered if students use the official change of elective form and parents should note the criteria for change.

It is important that we stabilise class groups and sizes as quickly as possible and therefore the time frame for the change process is quite short.

Parents are asked to provide notes for student absences as soon as possible to assist with the monitoring of students attendance.

Middle School students have generally settled in well but issues regarding lateness to school and class in general are already evident.

Students who are continually in breach of these basic school rules will be asked to attend special Friday afternoon detention sessions.  I ask for your support in this regard.

The Middle School Office will endeavour to provide parents information about due dates and significant events in the near future.  This provision of information should prove useful when the assessment period begins.

The warm weather has been an issue particularly with the choice of clothing by some students.  Sensible choices need to be made in this area to avoid valuable time being taken up with these student/teacher debates.

Immunization forms for Year 10 students, student planners, class photos envelopes (now organised for Feb 23) and information about Peer support have been distributed during the week and students who have missed out should go to the main office.

The sub school has also overseen the selection of a range of students for leadership positions and these students will undertake training sessions. (Mon 9 Feb)

The Middle School Team


Careers Room Access

Students are most welcome to see me in the Careers Room which is open for business at lunchtimes and for 25 periods per week I’m not teaching. Conferences, excursions, meetings, etc. reduce this availability but I am there most of the time to help students with their needs. Parents can contact me by phone on 9430 5133 or email - careers@elthamhs.vic.edu.au

Year 10 Work Experience

Teacher feedback from Year 9 Work Experience last year indicated that the vast majority of students had a successful placement. Well done to all and as a reward now you can start arranging this year’s placement! This year it is for one week only, May 25-29, which is the sixth week of Term 2. Students should aim to gain a placement in a job/industry that they are considering for the future. If they know this already then they should start arranging Work Experience now. For the many who have ‘no idea’ then it is best to wait until they have completed Career Voyage later this term. This is a computer program that suggests suitable jobs based on interests and skills identified. It takes two periods and will be done via Maths classes.

University of Melbourne Veterinary Science Open Day

When: Sunday 22nd March. Where: The Veterinary Clinic & Hospital, 250 Princess Highway, Werribee, 10am – 4pm

Youth Employment Opportunities Fair

When: Thursday 19th Feb. Where: Plenty Valley Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, South Morang, 11am – 3pm.

William Angliss Trial-a-Trade- foods & hospitality

When: Saturday 14th March, $35 for participants and parents can attend the lunch for $25. Bookings on 9606 2111 and more info at www.angliss.edu.au

RMIT Folio Preparation Courses

These courses are beneficial to Year 11 and 12 students wishing to enhance their folios for entry to tertiary programs. Brochures available from the Careers Room or www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au

Peter Goddard, Careers Teacher

WORKING BEE Sunday 22 February

The Grounds Committee is a productive and environmentally conscious group of about 20 parents and teachers who have worked tirelessly over more than two decades to upgrade and improve the external environs of the classroom learning environment for our students.  This improvement is achieved through a series of well planned and supported Working Bees throughout the school calendar year and we anticipate this will continue throughout 2009.  The first of these events is less than 2 weeks away being scheduled for Sunday 22nd February from 9am to 12:30pm with both morning tea provided along with a social barbeque lunch and drinks at the conclusion of the event.  The first Working Bee is one where maintenance and cleanup tends to predominate after a 3 month break from our last event, however as usual we try to have some construction and improvement activities incorporated into our programme.  Below is a summary of planned events for the 22nd February.

1.        Construction of post and pipe fence. Crowbars, stringline and shovels required.

2.        Repair of some seating.  Crowbars, spirit level and shovels required.

3.     Pruning.  Secateurs, gloves and protective clothing required.

4.     Watering, using tank water.

5.        Sweeping of the gutters.  Gloves will need to be supplied.  The school has plenty of brooms and a blower.

6.        Cleaning inside the courtyard complex.  Again gloves are required.

7.     Mowing and brush cutting.  

8.     Spreading of mulch.

As usual we have lots of tasks from skilled construction to the important maintenance and cleaning tasks so come along and make a difference to the learning environment of your child.  If attending the event of the 22-2-09 park your vehicle on the hard courts adjacent to the library and follow the directional signage to the Canteen courtyard where you will be signed in by a member of the Grounds Committee and assigned an appropriate task.  Looking forward to your anticipated support and help on the 22nd February.

John Coates for the Grounds Committee

PS: Remember to bring a hat, sunscreen, gloves and a water bottle.

Junior School Notices Yr 7 & 8

Year 7 Aquarena Report

All Year 7’s enjoyed a fantastic day at Aquarena on Thursday 5th February. Alison Avram and Charlotte Edwards of 7H have written this piece to share their experiences of the day.

On Thursday the 5th of February, year 7 went on a bus to Aquarena. When we got off the noisy bus we sat in our forms and listened to find out our first activity. Our first activity was the twirly whirly water slide. It was a long way up and the boys had fun doing posing contests, while the girls found out different ways to go down safely. Our next activity was the big class volleyball match. We had fun and respected our class mates. We had to use team work to make our dizzy whirl pool work and we also watched the wackiest water dance ever. Next were the relay races. All we could see was determined faces and wriggling behinds. The last activity was diving. It was fun. Even our sports teacher joined in. Overall, the day was lots of fun and we learnt a lot about our classmates.

Thank you again to all staff who participated on the day.

Junior School Team


Immunisation cards to be returned by end this week

Swimming Sports Doncaster Thurs 12 Feb

Yr 7 Training Band Info Night-Tues 17 Feb

Meet the Teachers evening Thurs 19 Feb


Surf Camp – Mar 3-6 & 11-13 – notices distributed and forms to be returned by Feb 19 please

Swimming Sports Doncaster Thurs 12 Feb

Turkey/Egypt Community Tour Jan 2010

Have you always dreamt of visiting the Pyramids or cruising down the Nile?  Of learning first hand where King Tut was buries?  Of standing at Gallipoli and looking out to the Dardanelles?

Here is your chance.  A tour is being organised to Turkey and Egypt for approximately 18 days in January 2010.  Students who are interested are asked to speak to Mr Monigatti, Bu Brady or Ms Parry to register your interest and get a detailed itinerary.  Priority will be given to students wishing to travel, with other places available to parents, ex-students and staff.

An information session with Ian Williams from World Expeditions will be held in the EHS Staffroom on Monday 2nd March 2009 at 7:30pm


EHS is running a tour to Turkey and Egypt in January 2010. We are offering a heavily subsidised tour to the Yr 9 student who can write the best history essay. The details are yet to be finalised but we would expect to cover about $3500 of the total tour cost.  Details will be given to Yr 9 students early in the term.  Please come and see me for more information.

Seamus Robertson, Teaching & Learning leader SOSE

Community Announcements…………….

Education Maintenance Allowance

To be eligible re receive the EMA, you must

·         Be either a parent or guardian of a primary/secondary school student up to the age of 16 OR

·         Be an eligible beneficiary of a Centrelink pension, allowance or benefit within the meaning of the State Concessions Act 2004 OR be a Veterans Affairs (TPI) pensioner OR be a foster parent; and

·         Submit your application to the school by 27 February 2009 (for first instalment)

Applications are available from the General Office.


Eltham Library Community Gallery

29 January - 22 February       Emerging Artists

Kristian Rasmussen, Harry Hughes and Lydia Wegner

These ex Eltham High School students are studying at Victorian College of the Arts and RMIT - photography, printmaking and drawing.  The exhibition offers an insight into how Nillumbik's young emerging artists see their world.

I encourage you all to go and see the works of these young artists who are continuing to pursue their passion for making art.

Linda McLeod, Teaching & Learning Leader ART

Malaysia Trip 1st week Sept holidays 2009

We encourage students and parents to support this trip because having a firsthand experience is a wonderful way of learning the culture and language of any country. We encourage all students but particularly middle school and senior school students to give this serious consideration. Our fund raising efforts will start up again shortly. For details please see me or Pak Oliver.

Bonne chance and selamat belajar

Pompa Brady, Teaching & Learning leader LOTE

Nillumbik Immunisation Service

Nillumbik Community Health Service Immunisation Team will be visiting our school to administer Hep B and Chickenpox vaccine to Year 7 students and Bootrix (Diptheria, Tetanus and Whooping Cough) vaccine to Year 10 students, and HPV Cervical Cancer to female students in Year 7 on March 26.

Consent cards, an immunisation fact sheet and instructions have been forwarded home with your student. 

Only the perforated completed consent card (both YES & NO) is required to be returned by the end of this week please for collection by the Health Team.  Please note it is a requirement from DHS that all student consent cards are returned for data collection and immunisation coverage rate purposes.

Thank you for giving this matter your immediate attention.

Trevor Jenkins, Assistant Principal


Interested in Skateboarding??

A team of volunteers led by a local from St. Andrews has begun a project in Afghanistan teaching kids at school to skateboard. It’s all about a group of people trying to make a difference and giving the kids in war torn Kabul a chance to be children and smile. Their project, ‘Skateistan’ with the support of Afghan authorities, is now planning to start a school.

If you are interested in finding out more about how you can help with fundraising, contact Denzil Bentley, Youth Outreach Worker, Nillumbik Shire Council on 9433 3327.

Tricia Fitzpatrick, Student Support Worker


Mastering the VCE - February 2009

FREE lectures held at the University of Melbourne

Sun 22 Feb., Sat 28 Feb., & Sun 1 March

These lectures are guaranteed to motivate students and improve VCE scores!  Detailed course notes will be provided to all students.  Valued at over $200, these powerful lecturers are FREE OF CHARGE to students.  However students participating are asked to donate (minimum $5 to OXFAM –reps will be in attendance on the day)

Obtain an application form  9663 3311 or website www.tsfx.com.asu

Manningham Gallery 'Preserving the Moment' by Reg Cox

28 January-14 February

Preserving the Moment' is a pictorial survey of paintings based on the redevelopment of Westfield Doncaster by Reg Cox.  

The exhibition will open at 6pm on Wednesday 28 January ‘and will run until the 14th of February 2009 at Manningham Gallery, Manningham Council Offices, 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster. Manningham Gallery is open Tuesday to Friday, 11am–5pm, and Saturday 2–5pm.

Eltham High School

Youth Science Space Experience USA 2009

Raffle: 1st prize: Oil painting by renowned local artist Alan Satori – value $2000

             2nd prize: Kodak C813 digital camera with 4 bonus 1228MB memory cards - value $200

Tickets $5 each

Drawn Friday 20th March 2009 at Eltham High School, Withers Way Eltham.  Winners notified by phone

Tickets available/prizes displayed in the Admin foyer.


Education Tax Refund

See web edition of Parent News week 1 2009

Student Welfare Notice

EGG is a group for young people in Nillumbik and Banyule who want to talk about their gender or sexuality.  We have discussions, activities, food and fun!  The group is free and meet Monday’s 4:30pm to 6:30pm at a venue close to Eltham Station, starting Feb 9th until Mar 23 2009. 

Get in touch with Roz  0439 812 316 / 9430 9153   email rozw@nchs.org.au  For info text: ‘EGG’ to 0439 812 316

Diamond Valley Table Tennis Association

Where:  Diamond Valley Sports Complex, Greensborough

(off Civic Drive ) Melways 11/A10.

Just turn up on any Friday  night during school  term.

The  cost  is  $20  for  the  term  for Juniors or $4 per night. While numbers are insufficient  for  Junior competition, we  are  inviting  parents  to  play  with  the  children for  free.  All  standards  welcome.

Rex & Lesly Rouse-Junr Coords  Ph 9435 5588

In the new St Andrews Hall –

the Hero of Queenstown

A mock musical melodrama! Produced by the St Andrews Community Theatre

Please check new dates for this performance phone the store..

Book at St Andrews Store NOW  9710 1200  Tickets   $20/15


TARA Berry Street

Workshop for parents: Teenage Aggression Responding Assertively

Wed 18 February 2009 9:15am to 3:15pm Heidelberg

Open to families from Whittlesea, Banyule, Nillumbik & Darebin

Please contact 9458 5788 – matters@berrystreet.org.au


The Space Performing Arts School in Prahran,

(Melbourne's leading Commercial Dance studio) is offering in 2009:

Certificate II in Dance

Saturdays 1pm-5pm

Open to 15yrs and above including Mature aged,

(students in Year 11 & 12 can contribute it to their VCE or VCAL).

Ph: 9639 5423

The Space Arts Centre located,

Upstairs 318 Chapel St, Prahran.


Annual Guide Dogs Victoria Open Day

a great family fun day - on Sunday 1 March from 10am - 4pm.

Located on Chandler Hwy, Kew (Melway 45B1)

Free Parking off site with shuttle bus service

Meet Wags the Dog and loads of our adorable puppies for

Guide Dogs Victoria’s annual Open Day.

With Guide Dog demonstrations, live entertainment, giveaways, show bags, competitions and loads of fun activities for the kids, Open Day is a fantastic family day out.

Entry via gold coin donation


Visit www.guidedogsvictoria.com.au for full details and parking information or phone 9854 4444

Sorry no pets allowed


Topline tennis coaching

Tennis Coaching Term 1 2009.  Tennis Coaching is available at Eltham High School.  Topline Tennis caters for all standards and ages with a number of group lesson places available at times to suit.  So come and learn to play tennis and get some exercise at the same time.  For more information please call David on 9432 3706

Learn all about student exchange, WEP Australia …..

and the 2009/2010 exchange programs available at one of WEP’s FREE information sessions in Melbourne.

17 February, 10 March 7.30 - 9.30pm Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Highway/Moorabbin 3189 

31 March, 16 June 7.30 - 9.30pm Hawthorn Library,

584 Glenferrie Road/Hawthorn 3122


Eltham Junior Football Club

Registration Day

Sunday 15th February

9.30am to 2.30 pm

Central Oval, Panther Place, Eltham

Under 9 through to Under 17, Boys and girls all welcome

All new players please bring a copy of their birth certificate

Enquiries to Registration Officer, Deb Mallard 0414 442 195


Research Football Club is having their Registration Day on Sunday 15th February 2009 at 10am to 12:30pm at Research Park, Main Road, Research. 3095  Come & sign up and enjoy your football at “The Family Club”  We have teams from U9 to U17’s (Auskick too!), merchandise to view and order, fitting and supply of mouthguards and a footy tipping competition for 2009.  See you there.”


Environmental Community Development Worker Greener Houses Growing Greener Neighbourhoods

For position summary and all other details email nenhn@jikajika.org.au / phone 03 9486 3691

Applications close 19 Feb 5pm

North East Neighbourhood House Network, 2 East St., Northcote. 3070


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