Month: July 2014

Homework a breeze with after-school program

A collaboration between Canterbury League Club and Riverwood Community Centre has seen primary school children getting more help with completing their homework. The Homework Help program, overseen by two qualified primary school teachers, is offered twice a week on Mondays or Tuesdays in the afternoons; and is open to children residing within Riverwood and surrounding

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Community education sessions boon to migrants

A $14,000 donation from the Canterbury League Club was exactly the right amount needed for the Cueibet Youth & Community Association (CYCA) to hold a series of information sessions advocating better awareness and understanding of serious social issues within the community. With invitational speakers from a range of organisations like the NSW Department of Families

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C-Life membership helps bright spark

His fun personality infuses his bright eyes and his cheeky grin just makes you want to return one of your own – upon meeting Greenacre local Moustafa Ardati, you feel instantly at ease.  It’s not long before you see past his wheelchair and meet the real Moustie: a mischievous and funny gentleman, and a mad

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Fusion cooking has arrived at The Lakemba Club

The Lakemba Club has introduced a new competitor in the popular Asian and Western food-fusion market with the launch of their new Fusion Wok + Grill restaurant. Blending the zesty flavours of Asian cooking with traditional Western favourites, Fusion Wok + Grill will be serving up tasty meals to club patrons and the greater Lakemba

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Engage Rewards a win for members

Canterbury is pleased to announce the introduction of a brand new loyalty program for members called Engage Rewards. From July 1, members will be able to earn points when they play, pay or dine in Canterbury’s Sydney clubs. Points can be redeemed for a range of things including gift cards, meals and drinks, renew Canterbury

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