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Soroptimist International Of The Hills: 12th Annual Public Speaking Competition

Soroptimist International Of The Hills: 12th Annual Public Speaking Competition

As part of Orange Blossom Festival celebrations Members of Soroptimist International of The Hills will be holding their Annual Public Speaking Competition for local High School students on Saturday afternoon, 9 September at the Glenhaven Community Centre. With a strong focus on education for women and girls topics for both Junior and Senior Sections have […]

The Probus Club Of The Hills Inc

The Probus Club Of The Hills Inc

May was a very busy one for our club. It started with an interesting speaker on the subject of Nursing Homes and Retirement Villages including details of costs and where to get help. Then apart from the usual activities of golf, snooker and finance, additional activities included an afternoon of barefoot bowls at the Hills […]

Exciting Night at Dural Scouts

Exciting Night at Dural Scouts

Cubs and Scouts from Dural Scout Group held a combined meeting at their Galston hall last week and all had a GREAT NIGHT, full of fun, games, and a pioneering activity. They played many games, including Indoor Hockey (the Scout Way) and it was exciting for all ages, including the Leaders’ challenge! The Pioneering activity […]

June Womens Shed Arcadia

June Womens Shed Arcadia

The June women’s shed project used pen and paper to create patterns. This is called Zen tangle because of its meditative affects when developing the patterns. Some of these patterns can create an illusion of a 3D surface by use of light and dark contrast. After practicing this enjoyable technique some ladies created one of […]

Vale Alan Buxton – RSL Lifecare Resident (Galston) And World War II Veteran

Vale Alan Buxton – RSL Lifecare Resident (Galston) And World War II Veteran

4 DECEMBER 1920 – 1 JUNE 2023 Alan Buxton was born in Parramatta on the 4th December 1920. His parents were John and Mildred Buxton (nee Webb). Alan was immensely proud to say that his great-great-grandfather, Richard Webb, after being sentenced to death in England when he was 16, was transported as a convict to […]