George Cocokios Meet George Cocokios, Canterbury League Club’s Customer Services Manager, who recently celebrated 40 years of service. George’s first day at Canterbury way back in 1978 involved picking up glasses and cleaning ash trays. He was nervous and excited but determined to work his way up to the top. It wasn’t long before George
Bring in the Year of The Pig at this year’s Chinese New Year celebrations at Canterbury League Club. Celebrations at the Club will take place on Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th February. The Club’s celebration features tradition, food and the use of symbolic colours. Members will be able to join in all the festive fun
The various sub clubs at Canterbury League Club offer something for every member to participate in and make new friends. Members can join a range of sub clubs ranging from golf, fishing, indoor sports, backgammon, chess, squash, lawn bowls, travel and even the homing pigeon society. The sub clubs are very social with regular meet
Over 4,000 residents attended the Twilight Australia Day event at Belmore Sports Ground. The event was the first Twilight Australia Day event in the area and was organised by Canterbury- Bankstown City Council and the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs. To help support the event, Canterbury League Club donated $10,000. The event was the first Twilight Australia
Moustafa Ardati or as his friends at C-Life call him Moustie, has been training with George Boutros since May 2014 at C-Life Health Club. What sets Moustie apart from other clients that George trains is that he has Cerebral Palsy but that hasn’t stopped Moustie from training 3 times a week. Moustie is a die-hard
Canterbury League Club’s renovations have now been completed. The renovations include a stylish new bar called The Atrium Bar that provides the perfect backdrop for pre-show drinks and a place to catch up with friends. The Bar is nestled among the rainforest and features a seating pod that provides views of the Club and the
Providing hot meals, volunteers and warm clothes is just a few of the many ways Canterbury League Club has supported Maronites On Mission. Over the years, more than $165,000 has been donated in both cash and in-kind support. Maronites On Mission began when a group of Maronites returned from a medical mission in the Philippines.
Diabetes Type 1 impacts over 140,000 Australians. Those diagnosed are at risk of a life threatening silent killer called ‘Dead in Bed’ syndrome. The symptoms of Diabetes Type 1 are often easy to miss. Canterbury League Club has teamed up to support the Danii Foundation by donating $8,130. The Danii foundation aims to help all
Canterbury staff members can get involved in the local community and volunteer their time to help raise money and awareness for important charities. Programs supported by staff include Maronites On Mission, Jersey Day, Jeans For Genes Day and Pink Ribbon Day. This year’s staff program is jam packed with many ways that staff can get
Congratulations Eva Gotsis you have won a trip to Lomani, Fiji for 2. Didn’t win today? Keep an eye out for our next giveaway coming soon!