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Pay tribute to our Aussie music legends, INXS, at this rocking live
performance. You’ll re-experience the music that INXS created over three
decades, in a show that is guaranteed to have you singing the night away.
A must see for all INXS fans.
Venue: RACV Inverloch Resort
Date & Time: Friday 6 October 2017, 7pm to 11.30pm
Early bird special: $79 per person, book before Friday 25 August 2017
Standard price: $85 per person
Price includes two course meal and entertainment.*
Beverages available at bar prices. Bookings essential.
For enquiries call 03 5674 0000 or for
bookings visit racv.com.au/Inverloch
*Dietary requirements to be advised at time of booking.
Join us for a night
of INXSive rock
Nyora Reserve Committee's
Sunday, September 3
at Nyora Recreation Reserve
Grundy Avenue, Nyora
Auto parts, bric-a-brac, car boot
and much more
Sellers 6am Buyers 7am
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Admission $5 per head
Canteen with light
All proceeds go to local
Enquiries: Daryl 0438 596 408,
Brett 0412 487 880.
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INSXive will be performing at the RACV In-
verloch Resort in October.
THE RACV Inverloch Resort will be rocking this
October when it hosts an INXS Tribute Show.
INXS’ infectious blend of dance and rock saw
them conquer the music charts not only in Austra-
lia, but internationally.
They built a reputation for staging electric and
engaging live shows, fronted by their charismatic
and unpredictable front man, Michael Hutchence.
Lovers of even one INXS song will find this trib-
ute show by INXSive amazing.
You’ll go back in time to the 80s and 90s to expe-
rience two decades worth of hits.
INXS won seven ARIA awards from 1987 to
2001 and INXSive is a must-see dinner and
show event. You can relive the performances that
brought them to fame, guaranteed to have you
singing the night away.
INXSive has been performing for pubs, night-
clubs, theatres, and corporate and outdoor events
They will be performing at the RACV Inverloch
Resort on Friday, October 6 from 7pm to 11.30pm.
The show includes a two-course meal and enter-
tainment. For more information or to book tickets,
call the RACV Inverloch Resort on 5674 0000.
Never tear us apart
A FEATURE length documentary commemo-
rating the 75th anniversary of the WWII Kokoda
campaign, exploring the spirit of Kokoda then
and now, is coming to the Phillip Island RSL on
Tuesday, August 29 at 7.30pm in the ANZAC
Viewers will be taken on a fascinating journey
of discovery, walking in the footsteps of those,
who in 1942, against all odds, withstood Ja-
pan’s previously unstoppable Pacific invasion
force to preserve Australia and Papua New
The third in Patrick Lindsay’s trilogy of doc-
umentaries on the Kokoda campaign, it is a
modern telling of the Kokoda story, its signifi-
cance in the Pacific War and an exploration of
the enduring spirit which sustained the Kokoda
diggers which still inspires Australians today.
Phillip Island RSL invites everyone to attend,
including any surviving Kokoda diggers and/or
their families and past Kokoda Youth Leader-
ship Challenge Trekkers to the screening.
Tickets are only $10 and all monies raised go
towards the Kokoda Track Foundation, which
helps people who live along the Kokoda Track
with education, health care, jobs and economic
Contact Admin at the Phillip Island RSL Mon-
day to Friday between 9am and 4.30pm to pur-
chase your tickets.
The film, rated PG, is ideal for all ages, par-
ticularly school aged children who will learn
about the incredible bravery and sacrifice of
the Australian troops during the Kokoda cam-
Don’t delay – book today.
PRIMARY and secondary
students at Chairo Christian
School’s Leongatha Campus,
together with staff members and
families, are excited to be pre-
senting the musical Disney’s Pe-
ter Pan Junior at the beginning
Teacher and director Chris-
tine Hibma explained: “Our pro-
ductions are always combined
primary and secondary events
because they build community
and provide opportunities for
everyone to use their different
gifts as they work together as a
“Each student from Prep
to Year 10 will be involved in
some way, whether performing
on stage or working behind the
scenes with lighting, sound, cos-
tumes, choreography or props.”
Campus principal Anthony
Collier has been impressed by
the involvement of so many
members of the school commu-
“Parents have been build-
ing sets and making costumes,
along with searching through op
shops to find the perfect props
for Peter Pan!”
Peter Pan Junior is an adven-
ture full of pirates, lost boys,
Indians and mermaids — a fun
and fantastical story that re-
minds us kids need opportuni-
ties to play and use their creative
However, it also addresses a
number of thought-provoking
issues: Hook’s envy and Peter’s
pride are contrasted with the loy-
alty of the lost boys and Wendy’s
The set is complete, costumes
are coming together and classes
have been practising songs.
“It’s not uncommon to walk
around the school and hear
songs from Peter Pan being sung
by students of all ages!” Mrs Hib-
“Two years ago, when we
staged Fiddler on the Roof Ju-
nior, a Chairo dad played the role
of Tevye to provide some added
support for the young cast. How-
ever, this year, students are play-
ing all of the parts in Peter Pan.”
Students have been attending
lunchtime and after school re-
hearsals, and are now counting
the days until the performances
in Chairo’s Pioneers Hall in Horn
Street on Friday, September 1
(11.30am and 7.30pm) and Sat-
urday, September 2 (7.30 pm).
Members of the local commu-
nity are most welcome to pur-
chase tickets and come along to
enjoy Disney’s Peter Pan Junior.
Chairo students rehearsing after school with teacher and
director Christine Hibma for their upcoming production of
Peter Pan Junior.
Peter Pan is coming to Leongatha! History on display at Workmen’s Club
IT WAS in 1910 that the min-
ers from Victoria’s first State
Coal Mine decided to form a
club; thus the Wonthaggi Work-
men’s club was established.
The Wonthaggi Workmen’s
Club is fortunate to have on dis-
play timeless pieces of history,
some dating back to 1911.
The rare documents tell the
story of miners and bring to life
a moment of time in Wonthag-
You can see the display at the
main entrance near reception.
Right: Kevin Williams shares
his passion for history with
Sandy Taranto while explain-
ing the importance of the led-
gers and minutes on display.
World premiere of
Kokoda at Island RSL
Year 9 student Amber Hub-
bard rehearsing for her role
as the Pirate Flint in Chairo’s
upcoming production of Pe-
ter Pan Junior.
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