The Anglesea & Aireys Inlet Senior Citizens Club
celebrated its 35th birthday this Wednesday with a little help from
some friends. The Portarlington Entertainers traveled down and put
on a wonderful cabaret performance for the 87 members and guests
The occasion was opened by the Senior Citizen's President
Arthur Bubb, who welcomed everybody, made apologies for those not
in attendance and introduced the Entertainers. After the National
Anthem was sung the show got underway. And what a show. The costumes,
the singing and choreography were performed with great enthusiasm
and professionalism. A big thank you to all those involved.
A light lunch of sandwiches and slices was provided
by Furio's, while the birthday cake was baked and decorated by Peter
The Surf Coast Shire Senior Citizens Coordinator Debbie
Street was also in attendance and took the opportunity to announce
the approval of a grant application to install a computer with internet
access in the Senior Citizen's Club library. The grant will be presented
on the 27th May at the Shire Offices along with 15 other Minor Community
Grants Scheme recipients.
day's raffle was won by Betty Braley, who received a hamper of fruit.
Runner-up, Val Smith won a bottle of red wine and the chocolate
door prize was taken away by Mary Fletcher.