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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 20th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 21, 2009 9 NEWS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Cardinal Freeman Village staff and residents enjoy morning tea (main picture) while Trish Lewis (above) is preparing to host one. Residents enjoy a cuppa SHANNON ANDREUCCI See more pictures More photographs available at www.innerwestweekly.com.au KETTLES boiled, tea cups rattled and devonshire teas were cheer- fully served at the Cardinal Free- man Village morning tea event in Ashfield last week. As part of the Australia's Biggest Morning Tea festivities, the residents raised about $1500, all of which will go to the Cancer Council NSW. Organiser Irene Sykes said it was a successful day, with about 100 people attending. ''It was for a good cause and people had a good time and en- joyed the chance to socialise,'' she said. The event was in memory of the former self-care resident Pearl Gillott who died of cancer last year. Other morning teas are being held around the Inner West, in anticipation of the official Aust- ralia's Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday, May 28. One of the biggest morning teas will be held at Drummoyne Sail- ing Club today (Thursday) from 11am. The club's office manager Trish Lewis has been organising this event since 2002, back when her mum Margaret Delofski used to help her with all the arrange- ments and baking. ''I lost my mum in June of 2005 to cancer, aged 60,'' Mrs Lewis said. ''She has made me extremely motivated to make a difference and now my event has become so popular I need help from local businesses to help with the cater- ing including Balmain caterer Simmone Logue. Although I do still bake myself.'' Entry is free but coffee and cake costs $5. There will also be a large raffle. A special guest speaker from the Cancer Council NSW will attend. For details phone Mrs Lewis on 9719 8199. Have your say on their grand plan STRATHFIELD'S economic devel- opment plan is on exhibition. The plan outlines the major challenges facing the local econ- omy, and aims to provide a frame- work for economic development initiatives from 2009-2013. Mayor Keith Kwon encouraged residents to get involved in the process. The public exhibition period is until June 12 and the documents can be viewed online at www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au A public information session will be held to explain the draft Strathfield economic development plan on Monday, June 1, in Strathfield Library at 6.30pm. For details, phone Strathfield Council on 9748 9999. Winter appeal's goal set at $4m THE Smith Family has launched its Winter Appeal. Local students are supported through The Smith Family's Burwood office but many more students are in need of edu- cational assistance to ensure they realise their full potential. The Smith Family CEO Elaine Henry said more parents would be feeling the pinch. 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