Month: October 2016

Thank you for supporting our pink month!

For the entire month of October, Canterbury turned PINK to show support for National Breast Cancer Foundation’s (NBCF) Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in the process, raised $733.55 for the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Canterbury fundraised by pledging a portion of pink dessert sales from Banyan Brasserie, through donation boxes at Reception, and

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CANTERBURY BAKEHOUSE CAFE NOW OPEN

Members are in for a treat – the hoardings have come down, the fridges are stocked, and the kitchen stoves are fired up – Canterbury’s latest dining offering, the Bakehouse Café, is now open for business.  Patrons can choose from the Breakfast, All-Day and Supper menu depending on the time of the day – expect

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Youth learning to maximise the right principles

22 weeks ago 13 young adults from local schools began their Max Potential journey and on Wednesday the 20th October, they finally saw a culmination of all their hard work at their Canterbury-Bankstown Showcase. Thanks to a $20,000 donation from Canterbury League Club, students from Beverly Hills Girls High School, Condell Park High School, Canterbury

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Max Potential 2016 Canterbury-Bankstown Showcase

The Max Potential program in the Canterbury/Bankstown area, offers 22 weeks of personal leadership development including coaching from community volunteers, to young leaders from schools and the  community to help them maximise their potential.  Coaches and participants discover their ability to lead their own lives effectively, to lead others in a team and to  make

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Grant brings new life to girl guide hall

A rundown Girl Guide hall in Greenacre was going to be too dangerous to host its new guide group if it wasn’t for a $5,000 donation from Canterbury League Club which went towards major repairs and renovations. One of the NSW Girl Guides group, which had been operating in Homebush since 1965, was displaced from

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