Construction of the basement level kitchens underneath Flame Pizza + Grill and the concrete foundations for the new café are now complete. The main driveway leading into the porte cochere at the front of the Club has been reopened and Members and guests can enjoy the convenience of being easily dropped off at the front entrance of
Canterbury League Club is following up on their recent $50,000 donation to local Punchbowl group, Maronites on Mission, by providing meals and staff volunteers to feed the homeless in the city every month. Last night, Canterbury staff volunteers successfully completed their first ‘feed the homeless’ run with support from Maronite team leaders. The team set
Greenacre local, George Rizk, has been a Canterbury League Club member for over 13 years and has been a C-Life Health Club gym-goer for just as long. He has seen the changes Canterbury and C-Life have undergone over the past decade, including the construction of the northern wing and Flame restaurant, C-Life moving from the
24 local organisations have just received a very large injection of funds – $298,312 worth of grants to be exact – from Canterbury League Club through the ClubGRANTS program. Each recipient received funding to run specific health and social welfare programs that assist different groups in need within the local community including family support, aged,
Hungry Canterbury staff were more than happy to devour cupcakes and raise $300 in support of RSPCA’s Cupcake Day on Monday 17 August. It was the eighth year Canterbury has participated in Cupcake Day and the day certainly didn’t disappoint with a large table laden with vanilla cupcakes wit multicolour sprinkles, Oreo cupcakes, Flake chocolate
Congratulations to the lucky winners of our Ultimate Bulldogs Experience competition… John Lloyd Christina Daley Bob Penman Anthony Milham Colin Coll We hope you enjoy your prize!
A team of 33 participants, made up of Canterbury and C-Life staff and members, did themselves proud by completing the 14 kilometre City 2 Surf fun run last Sunday. Team Canterbury pledged a fundraising goal of $2,015 before the race and eventually exceeded this target with a team total of $2,764.50 in support of National
Jarrod Serwa was a young man on a very determined mission – climb to the top of Australia’s highest point, Mt Kosciuszko, and back down again to raise $20,000 for Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA). With some financial help from Canterbury League Club who provided a $2,000 donation towards his fundraising goal, Jarrod successfully completed both