Month: April 2016

Be a Bulldog for a Day Winners

Congratulations to the lucky winners of our Be a Bulldog for a Day promotion… ·         Anthony Milham ·         Edward Rizk ·         Glenn Tasker ·         John Bhuruth ·         Vicky Lenehan

Disability no barrier to performance art

Wiley Park’s Horizon Theatre doesn’t see actors with disabilities – they see actors with potential who work hard to achieve great things. Helped by a $14,955 community grant from Canterbury League Club, their ‘Art Can Do It’ program aims to bring participants with minor disabilities and mental health issues up to a level where they

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Responsible gambling program provides immediate assistance

As a founding member of the successful BetSafe program, Canterbury has always been committed to providing a secure and comfortable environment for all our Members and guests. The BetSafe program was created in 1998 by gambling counsellor and author Paul Symond in consultation with Canterbury and a number of other leading New South Wales registered clubs.

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BACKPACK BEDS NO WET BLANKETS FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE

A $2,000 Canterbury League Club donation has helped St Patrick’s Church Hill purchase 30 backpack beds to be given out to homeless people sleeping rough on the streets. The backpack beds, designed by charity group Swags for Homeless, is an all- weather shelter and foldable bed made from waterproof and fire retardant material. When it isn’t

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BAKEHOUSE CAFE NEARING COMPLETION

Canterbury will soon be unveiling one of the most exciting projects this year –  the Bakehouse Café is only another few months away from being completed and Canterbury can’t wait to introduce it to our Members and guests. MPA, the company who won the tender to complete the internal fitout, is in the final stages

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Become a Max Potential youth coach

Max Potential is putting the call out for members of the public who’d like to become community coaches for this year’s program. Max Potential is a leadership development program aimed at young adults who are matched with local community coaches. Over the course of 22 weeks and with the help of their coaches, young adults

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