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MUSIC festivals organised for young peo-
ple by young people don’t come along very
often around here.
In fact, there hasn’t been an event like
FreezaFest for over five years! So be sure
not to miss this awesome all ages outdoor
festival coming up at Mossvale Park this
Saturday, April 7, from 2pm to 8pm.
FreezaFest features a great line -up of
some of the hottest music acts of the mo-
ment, handpicked by the small but dedi-
cated Freeza committee, which consists of
high school students from Leongatha, Ko-
rumburra and Inverloch.
Set to wow the crowds are Melbourne folk
duo the Pierce Brothers, Tasmanian singer/
songwriter Maddy Jane, Melbourne -based
rock five -piece Silicon Valley, local singer/
songwriter Janie Gordon and local singing
sensation Alliza Miel.
There’ll be plenty to do between acts too,
with food trucks, coffee, free volleyball, air-
brush tattoos, and even an African drum-
ming workshop all on offer.
The event is drug, alcohol and smoke free,
and tickets are only $10, or a little more
for transport to and/or from the festival to
Leongatha, Korumburra, Mirboo North or
Foster (bookings required).
Keep the great youth friendly events com-
ing by showing your support for the team
that’s put hours into organising Freezaf-
est, from booking the bands, to designing
promotional materials, selling tickets, and
running the day.
General entry and bus tickets can be pur-
chased online from www.trybooking.com/
UETT or from the South Gippsland Shire
Council office at 9 Smith Street, Leongatha.
If you’re under 25 years old, you can even
help organise the next event by joining the
Freeza committee. Whether it be music, art
or filmmaking, whatever you’re interested
in, Freeza can help you make it happen
and you’ll learn heaps of useful skills along
the way from MCing, to talent booking and
management, and much more. For more in-
formation visit www.facebook.com/South-
They’ve busked on the streets of Melbourne, and played across the globe, and now the
Pierce Brothers are set to light up the stage at FreezaFest.
Catch rising indie pop/rock star Maddy
Jane playing her breakout single ‘No Other
Way’ at FreezaFest this weekend.
MEMBERS of the Inverloch
RSL will once again meet
with Grade 6 students from
the Inverloch/Kongwak Pri-
mary School, to place white
crosses at the graves of vet-
erans and ex-servicemen and
women prior to Anzac Day.
The project, in memory
and thanks for their service,
will take place from 10.15am
on Friday, April 20.
Members of the sub-
branch will sell Anzac badg-
es from Wednesday, April 11
until Tuesday, April 24, from
10am to 4pm most days in
the arcade near the Inverloch
On Anzac Day in Inverloch,
the Dawn Service is held at
6am in the RSL grounds,
15 Bolding Place with local
piper, Veteran Navy Bugler,
readings, candlelight dedica-
tions and Chaplain blessing
followed by a Gunfire Break-
fast served by members of
the Inverloch & District Li-
Later, a 10am Commemo -
ration Service will be held
at The Inverloch Community
Hub in A’Beckett Street with
U3A Choir, guest speaker
from Newhaven College, In-
Salvation Army Corp, local
Scouts and Cubs and mem-
bers of the Inverloch RSL
After the service, veterans
and ex- service men and wom-
en are invited to form up and
march down A'Beckett Street,
keeping beat with the Inver-
loch Anzac Day Brass Band
and local piper, then back to
the cenotaph for wreath lay-
ing where a Navy veteran will
sound the bugle, flag raising
and singing of the national
and New Zealand anthems.
The cenotaph will be covered
in hand made poppies, recently
updated and made by the many
residents and clubs of the local
The public is then invited
back to the RSL for a light
lunch and cuppa. The bar
will open at midday.
for Anzac Day
Tarwin Lower Red Cross news
FEBRUARY was Tarwin
Lower Red Cross’s first meet-
ing of the year. The president
welcomed everyone especially
a new member Terri Taylor this
was followed by the Red Cross
A report was given by mem-
bers who attended the Australia
Day ceremony at the Venus Bay
Surf Lifesaving Club.
As there was not a lot of busi-
ness members enjoyed looking
at the Unit’s scrap books which
have been kept since 1989. It
was a very enjoyable afternoon
going over old times.
In the March meeting, mem-
bers organised Red Cross Call-
ing. It is70 years since it first
started in Australia.
Money is to be raised by a
Postie Fashion Party at Pauline
Heatherton’s house with Terri
Taylor being the model.
Members will also be collect-
ing with "shaker tins" at Tarwin
Lower and Venus Bay. Members
celebrated some special events
this month with Terri Morris
receiving her 10 year service
Two members Muriel Riley
and Lorraine Park celebrated
special birthdays with a "0" on
the end, with a birthday cake.
Shirley and Colin West, who
are moving to Pakenham to be
closer to amenities and family,
were farewelled and members
wish them all the best in the
A lovely afternoon tea followed
a fun day. Next meeting is on
Tuesday, April 3, all welcome.
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