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Councillor Antonella Celi 

Seawinds Ward - Mornington Peninsula Shire

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My Blog

Support for Education through Caroline Chisholm Education Scholarships

Posted by antonellaceli on October 6, 2020 at 9:25 AM

Support for the SMP Caroline Chisholm Scholarship Program -

paving the way to education and employment

 

 

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Mornington Peninsula Shire Best Bite Award Nominations now OPEN

Posted by antonellaceli on October 13, 2013 at 6:20 AM

 

Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Best Bites Award Nominations are now open!

 

Nominate your favourite Mornington Peninsula Local Food Business..

 

These Awards are presented to MPS Local Food Business Industry operators who have been assessed as part of the Best Bites Program as providing safe and healthy food practices, who use environmentally-sustainable business practices, and who prov...

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Dress for Success Christmas Appeal

Posted by antonellaceli on November 29, 2012 at 10:45 PM

Dress for Success Christmas Appeal. Your giving can help to empower women to find work and lead a happy and succesful life for themselves and their family. Donate to the "12x12x12 campaign" to help disadvantaged women on the Mornington Peni......nsula - spread the word to 12 of your friends to donate $12 by 12 midnight on 31 December, 2012. The target is raise funds to help at least 100 women next year. Spread the word to your friends. Dress for Success is located in Rosebud and provides an i...

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Big Back Yard Project Somerville Secondary School

Posted by antonellaceli on November 13, 2012 at 7:35 AM

Launch of the Big Back Yard Mural Art project created by students at Somerville Secondary College. A CTC initiative funded by a grant from the Department of Justice for graffiti diversion programs. The project drew together many members from the community to assist with the project including VCAL and mainstream students, the Shire, local police, local artist, school staff and the Hastings-Tyabb Men's Shed.. ...

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