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PROGRESS is being made in the water-
line townships of Corinella, Coronet Bay,
Grantville, Tenby Point and Pioneer Bay
as the small town transformation project
Residents gathered in Corinella on Sun-
day, January 22 at the Corinella foreshore
rotunda to take part in a project making
session for the Luminous Streets project.
The Luminous Streets project involves
the community rallying together and cre -
ating light-based sculptures and installa-
tions using reclaimed plastics.
The sculptures and installations will
contribute to a series of outdoor light gal-
leries in the water’s edge parks of each of
the waterline towns.
The installations will be placed in trees,
in the ground, and on existing structures,
and will respond to the unique identity of
The Edge of Us transformation project
is an arts project celebrating life in our
small coastal towns.
Over the next two years, artists and
residents of the waterline communities
will light up their towns in a series of
projects, designed to help the communi-
ty understand their connection with one
another, the unique environment and the
The waterline communities are slowly
working towards their Celebration Night
on Saturday, April 8.
Inverloch resident, Leah Baud, is raising
money for a cure for cancer.
She has organised Pam’s Rainbow Month,
in honour of her late Aunty Pam Doyle, who
sadly passed away after a courageous two -
year battle with cancer, in February 2016.
Pam’s Rainbow Month runs from Janu-
ary 26, 2017 to February 28, 2017 and is
a “virtual challenge” where participants set
their own goal to walk, run, cycle or swim
any number of kilometres throughout the
month, complete it in their own time and
pace, and then make a donation via Leah’s
Cancer Council website to the Cancer Coun-
cil of Victoria.
Leah is aiming to raise $6400 and told her
Aunty Pam that she was going to do an event
like this in her honour before she passed
Leah says: “I wanted an event that anyone,
anywhere around Australia, at any fitness
level could participate in. So this seemed like
the perfect event to set up. I hope that some-
where over the rainbow a cure will be made
for cancer as it is just devastating, and this is
my little contribution to that, and to show my
love to my Aunty. ”
As Pam used to always wear a crazy wig,
hat or glasses to functions to make everyone
smile, and she loved rainbows, Leah is asking
participants to either wear rainbow colours
or wear a colourful wig, hat or crazy glasses
if they choose to whilst completing the chal-
lenge to make other people smile and laugh,
just as Pam did. Pictures can be posted on
Pam’s Rainbow Month Facebook event page.
So far, Pam’s Rainbow Month has raised
nearly $2,800 and is hoping to raise another
$3,600 to reach her fundraising target. The
money she raises will go towards Cancer
Council Victoria’s lifesaving research, world-
class cancer prevention programs and sup-
port services for people affected by cancer.
Cancer Council Victoria’s Head of Fundrais-
ing and Communication, Andrew Buchanan
said the organisation is thrilled to have such
a passionate supporter.
“We work to reduce the impact of all can-
cers for all Victorians, but it simply isn’t pos-
sible without the hard work of people like
Leah Baud. Cancer Council Victoria relies
on generous donations and passionate fund-
raisers for more than half of our funding,”
“Cancer affects everyone in some way, with
84 Victorians diagnosed with cancer every
day. I hope the Bass Coast community show
their support for Leah’s impressive efforts
and help her reach her target.”
To show Leah your support by participat-
ing in the challenge or donating, visit https://
pam-s -rainbow-month or like and follow our
Facebook event, Pam’s Rainbow Month on
GIVE yourself a break from the heat
by popping down to your local Gusto
Gelateria this summer.
With stores in both Inverloch and now
Wonthaggi, it’s easier than ever to sam-
ple one of their many flavours.
Gusto Gelateria and Pastry in Inver-
loch proudly make all their pastries
on site, with production of pastry to
move over to Wonthaggi in the coming
Both stores are open seven days a
Gusto Gelateria prides themselves on
their house-made Italian gelati, made
using Gippsland milk and produce.
Everything is made in house; from the
butterscotch sauce in the Sticky Date
Pudding to the meringue in the Lemon
Employee at the Wonthaggi store,
Shaye Wilson, said that one of the perks
of working in an ice cream store over
the summer is having the chance to ac-
quaint herself with all flavours on offer.
“I get to taste all the flavours, which is
delicious!” Shaye said.
“The choc hazelnut is probably my fa-
vourite at the moment. We’re getting lots
of people in over the summer. The hot
weather probably helps, so we’re hoping
that it stays that way; nice and busy.”
The Gusto gelati range offers a vast ar-
ray of delicious gourmet treats, includ-
ing old favourites and a range of tradi-
tional Italian desserts with a modern
For more information, visit the web-
site at www.gustogelateria.com.au.
Both the Wonthaggi and Inverloch
stores are open seven days a week from
Active month to find cancer cure
Leah Baud of Inverloch.
Gelati made with gusto
Gusto Gelateria now has locations in both Wont-
haggi and Inverloch, and offers up a wide range of
flavours. The Inverloch store also sells a range of
house-made pastries. ms040417
Corinella lights up with luminous streets
An example of one of the resident generated projects for the Luminous Streets project.
Western Port Ward councillor Clare le Serve
helping David Buckingham with his artwork
at a workshop in Coronet Bay.
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