Month: April 2019

COOKING CLUB GRADUATES

Just recently, six individuals from the Participate Australia and Canterbury League Club Cooking Club have officially graduated. The students were mentored by Canterbury League Club’s Executive Chef Stephanie Azar and her team. The Cooking Club spanned across 6 weeks where students learnt how to cook delicious meals that included burritos, burgers, tiramisu and chicken schnitzel.

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WIN A KIA SORENTO

Come and be part of Canterbury League Club history! On Sunday 5th May at 6.10pm, Canterbury League Club will be drawing one winner who will drive away with a brand-new KIA Sorento. Only a few more days left to get your entries, so be quick! To enter, swipe your members card at one of the

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Wish You Were Here

Canterbury League Club has generously donated $1,000 to the Wish You Were Here Foundation. The Wish You Were Here Foundation was formed as a tribute by close friends of Peter Grima who sadly lost his battle to Pancreatic Cancer in November 2016. The friends were frustrated with the lack of awareness and research funding, so

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Hope is where the heart is

Childhood brain cancer is a disease that has grasped the hearts of all those in the community. $3,000 has been donated by Canterbury League Club to the Little Legs Foundation which helps raise money and awareness for childhood brain cancer. The Little Legs Foundation was formed when Sue-Ellan Vasilou lost her daughter, Alegra to brain

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Cooking With Participate Australia

Participate Australia’s cooking program in Canterbury League Club’s kitchen is back for another year! Participate Australia (formerly known as FRANS) supports people living with intellectual, cognitive and developmental disabilities as well as their families and carers. Burritos, burgers, sweet potato fries, chicken schnitzel and apple crumble are just a few of the delicious items on

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CLUBS UNITE TO SUPPORT LEARNING LINKS

Children in the Canterbury – Bankstown area are improving their numeracy and literacy skills through help of the Learning Links program. Learning Links was established as a not for profit organisation in 1972 by parents who were concerned about their children’s education and ability to learn. Currently, Learning Links provides an early intervention service for

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