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SSC Newspaper : August 2013
AUGUST 2013 16 Strathfield Scene SNAPARAZZI Email photos of your event to email@example.com Clockwise from left: A Strathfield family plant a seedling. Students from Hwa Tsang Monastery joined the effort to rejuvenate Ford Park. Strathfield Mayor Gulian Vaccari, right, dons his gardening gloves. Deputy Mayor Andrew Soulos and Councillor Raj Datta, left, join the cause. GLOVES ON FOR NATIONAL TREE DAY Hundreds of residents, old and young, from the Strathfield municipality, lent their thumbs and fingers at the annual National Tree Day events. More than 4000 seedlings were planted, an big increase on last year’s 3000. The council chose Ford Park in Strathfield South for the planting in an effort to rejuvenate the area, which is a popular greenspace for runners and cyclists. Ford Park is an important ecosystem along the bay-to-bay cycle. STATION UPGRADE Strathfield Member Charles Casuscelli will be meeting with the state transport minister, Gladys Berejiklian,to discuss upgrading the Homebush West train station. He is pictured below with Reid Liberal candidate Craig Laundy, right, and Mayor Gulian Vaccari, left. NBN ROLLS INTO STRATHFIELD Politicians and councillors welcomed the National Broadband Network to Strathfield recently. Left to right: Councillor Helen McLucas, the member for Reid, John Murphy, Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, the Minister for Immigration Tony Burke, Cr Raj Datta and Deputy Mayor Andrew Soulos. CHOCOLATE IS HER STRENGTH Elicia Tan, a chocolatier from Cheeky Chocolates in North Strathfield, has won the Callebaut Chocolate Showpiece Competition for her decorative skills. Elicia was congratulated by, left to right, Strathfield Mayor Gulian Vaccari, her employer Jennifer Dibb and the Liberal candidate for Reid, Craig Laundy. LADIES FROM BPW STRATHFIELD MEAN BUSINESS Women from BPW Strathfield held their monthly dinner at Club Burwood. The dinner is a way for working women in the Inner West to network with one another. BPW Strathfield also organises a speaker every month to address the members.
SS July 2013