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It never ceases to amaze us how generous and historically rich Bayside is.  Here are some more examples.

Author Emma Bowd helps vulnerable students find their inner writers

The primary school students of Sunshine Primary School in Melbourne West received a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity recently. Author and Bayside resident Emma Bowd conducted a weekly book-writing workshop with the students of Grade 3 and 4, culminating in a celebratory book launch. 

 


Wendy finds a job!

Wendy Finds a Job

Wendy was a shy young woman, born in Australia, from the south-eastern suburbs who due to low self-esteem, lack of work experience and minimal understanding of resume writing/interview skills had lost hope in ever getting an interview let alone a job.

 


Amazing story of Sandringham Club aka 'Coggeshall'

When young David Abbott arrived in Melbourne's Station Pier in 1863 without a penny, he would not have dreamt the heights and riches he would reach in his lifetime. One of his legacies is the converted 1877 homestead 'Coggeshall' which is now the pride and joy of the Sandringham Club, a place it has called home since 1922.




Sponsored Content

The Rotary Club of Brighton's annual Night of Stars is on again at the Brighton International, on Thursday April 20.

Sporting stars include Nicole Livingstone, Nick Riewoldt, Kevin Sheedy, and Jasmine Garner, AFLW's first goal kicker, and comedian Dave O'Neill

Night of Stars 2017
April 20, 2017, 6:30 pm

Preparing for our third Night Of Stars event with our sponsor Mercedes Benz Brighton.  And as always, you are assured of another night of celebrities, fun and entertainment.

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Passing Thoughts

To succeed in life, you need a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone. Reba Mcentyre.

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