Pittwater Life September 2018 Issue

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Picnic push to save

Mona Vale Hospital

Community groups are launching

a last-ditch bid to save Mona

Vale Hospital, with a family

picnic to be held on Sunday 16

September from 11.30am to

2.30pm at Robert Dunn Reserve

(behind the Hospital). Organiser

Pip Rey said everyone was

invited to attend and show

support. “We want to see people

whose lives were saved there,

who were born there or who

have been patched up there

over the years,” she said. “It will

be a statement about the importance

of our local, community

hospital and also a day of fun,

with family friendly entertainment,

such as pony rides and

music.” The picnic follows a

public meeting in July which

drew attention to the risks

associated with the closure of

Mona Vale Hospital and showed

strong support to keep Mona

Vale Hospital as a Level 3 hospital,

with emergency, surgery

and in-patient beds, she said.

More info 0411 517 035.

Council seeks advice

on community centres

They are among the mostloved

Council amenities in

day-to-day use – but are we

really getting the best use

out of the Northern Beaches’

neighbourhood community

centres? Northern Beaches

Council wants our community

to identify additional

opportunities, so all residents

can enjoy the centres

to their full potential now

and into the future. Mayor

Michael Regan said: “Northern

Beaches community centres

are hubs of social activity and

lifelong learning. We want

you to tell us what you think

about the centres – are the

right facilities available in the

right locations? What do you

love about your community

centre – and what gaps do

we need to address?” Council

community centres host children’s

activities, community

support groups, performing

arts groups, education and

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New General Manager is ready to set sail at the Alfreds

The Royal Prince Alfred

Yacht Club has appointed

Craig Evans as its new General

Manager, succeeding Suzanne

Davies who leaves the RPAYC

after 12 years. Craig – who

topped a field of 70 applicants

– has been CEO of the Cruising

Yacht Club of South Australia

(CYCSA) for 13 years and

prior was an elected Board

Member of that Club for

three years. Craig has a focus

on building and improving

member facilities and services

and during his tenure at the

CYCSA his many achievements

included assisting in the design

and project management of an

entirely new marina facility, a

significant clubhouse upgrade

and increased member

satisfaction and growth.

Craig said: “It is a wonderful

Club with a great sailing

history and I look forward to

continuing and contributing

to this history by growing

member participation at RPAYC

in our sport. Pittwater is a

magnificent waterway and I

can’t wait to interact with it

on a regular basis”. He and

wife Julie will attend RPAYC

Opening Day celebrations on

Saturday 1 September.


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