Month: November 2018

CANTERBURY LEAGUE CLUB APPOINTS GREGORY PICKERING AS CEO

The Board of Canterbury League Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Pickering as Chief Executive Officer. “Having recently completed a $106 million development of our club at Belmore, we were looking for the best operator in the industry to lead us going forward and Greg definitely meets that criteria.” said George Coorey,

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BELMORE PCYC GETS PHYSICAL

30 students from Belmore South Public School have been actively participating in Belmore PCYC’s newest program ‘Fit & Active.’ To help support and fund the program, Canterbury League Club has donated $6,100 through the ClubGrants Scheme. The program aims to educate children on the benefits of physical activity, healthy eating and social inclusion. As technology

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Giving is the new black

As Christmas is nearing, it’s never too late to think about helping others during the holiday season. Canterbury League Club has partnered up with Pass It On Clothing to provide a clothing donation bin service that will be used by over 500 staff members. Pass It On Clothing is a free of charge service that

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CATERING TO THE COMMUNITY

Much needed love has been provided to the NSW SES Canterbury unit’s catering trailer. The catering trailer was originally purchased in 1988, and for over 10 years has served the community, volunteers and other emergency personnel during storm, flood and rescue operations. To help fund and support the refurbishment, Canterbury league Club has donated $7970.

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PUNCHBOWL BOYS HIGH SCHOOL WRITE PUNCHY STORIES

Sydney Story Factory has teamed up with Punchbowl Boys High School to deliver creative writing programs to grades 7,9 and 10. The writing programs are delivered by trained volunteers from the community who help introduce storytelling concepts such as script writing, slam poetry and short stories. To help fund and support the program, Canterbury League

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CANTERBURY LEAGUE CLUB SUPPORTS YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

$10,000 has been donated by Canterbury League Club to support The Kidman Centre’s newest program; The Thrive Project. The project is aimed at young people living in non-metropolitan areas that are at risk of depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug abuse, deliberate self-injury and even suicide. The rates are higher than their city counterparts. The program

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CANTERBURY LEAGUE CLUB TURNS PINK

For one week in October, Canterbury League Club turned pink to help fundraise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). During Pink Week, the Club organised many fundraising activities that included staff. The Bakehouse Café and the Bistro’s cake displays were filled with pink desserts that included pink raspberry mousse, pink cupcakes and pink

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Development Update

Canterbury League Club’s largest redevelopment and construction project is nearing completion. As patrons enter the Club from Bridge Road, the new 5-level car park is now open and provides more than 400 premium spots. At the entrance of the carpark is a digital sign board that indicates how many car spots are available. During peak

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Horizon Theatre – Let’s Quit This Bull

Canterbury League Club has donated $16,400 to Horizon Theatre in Wiley Park which will go towards their new project ‘Let’s Quit This Bull’. ‘Let’s Quit This Bull’ is an intervention workshop that uses drama, dance and music to let participants discuss and express their emotions about bullying. The project is aimed at 15- 24-year-olds from

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Donation Helps to Cut Hospital Stays

Discharge times for female patients in Canterbury Hospital’s Obstetrics and Gyneacology Ward are being reduced with the introduction of the Hystero Resection Kit. The Hystero Resection kit has been purchased with an $11,000 donation from Canterbury League Club. The kit, although tiny in size contains life changing surgical instruments that allows for safer and more

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