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SSC Newspaper : November 2010
Eco Festival Face painting, live music, tree planting, jugglers, food stalls and cra activities were just some of the a ractions at this year's Cooks River Eco Festival. e fun- lled day a racted plenty of local families who enjoyed the sunshine and free entertainment at Ewen Park. Among those a ending the event were state MPs Linda Burney (Minister for Community Ser vices) and Tony Burke (Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Water) -- pictured below. Apart from providing some fun in the sun, the annual festival celebrates all the hard work that goes into protecting our waterways and environment. e Cooks River ows through 13 council areas and covers 100 square kilometres. Strathfield Scene 11 SNAPARAZZI www.ourstrathfield.com.au The Cooks Eco Festival celebrates all the hard work that goes into protecting our waterways and the environment. The Cooks River fows through 13 council areas. HAVE YOU GOT AN EVENT IN STRATHFIELD? TELL THE SCENE ABOUT IT. Email pictures of your event to email@example.com All in the family Former Santa Sabina girl Emma Smith, 24, married David Ratcli e, 28, recently. Emma, a contracts manager, and David, a teacher, were married in the chapel where Emma's Mum and Dad, Jenine and Greg, wed more than 27 years ago. e new photos were taken by Pierre from PM Photo (9181 3070). Send your wedding photos to editorial@ourstrath eld.com.au
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