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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 9 2008
INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 10, 2008 25 NEWS PET OF THE WEEK Shy puss needs some love Jewel is a treasure. Picture: PHIL BLATCH ~P0604262 NAME: Jewel AGE: 1 year PERSONALITY: Sweet- faced and well-natured Jewel wants your love and attention. She's a little shy at first but given some time she'll be very affectionate. Her beautiful medium- length hair needs brushing every few days to keep her coat shiny. Her white face and pink nose means she has to stay inside and keep away from direct sunlight. She has lived with other cats for some time so she'd love a home where she'll have some feline company. Jewel costs $135 to adopt. She is desexed, micro- chipped, vaccinated, wormed and health-tested. The RSPCA, Rookwood Rd, Yagoona, is now open six days, closed Wednesdays, for adoptions. For details visit www.rspcansw.org.au or call 9770 7555. True's turn at helm LOCAL businessman Grahame True has been inaugurated as the president of Strathfield Rotary Club. The induction took place during a black- tie dinner held recently at Strathfield Golf Club and which was attended by Mayor Paul Barron. Mr True used the occasion to announce quality-of-life community service projects, including participation in Vision Aust- ralia's early childhood literacy program. Serving youth and the local community will be the club's main focus, in line with Rotary's new international theme, Make Dreams Real. Outgoing president Brian Johnson said he was proud of the club's achievements. These include the construction of a garden for the Studdy Multiple Sclerosis Centre at Lidcombe and donations of more than $70,000 to local charities. Future events include the Pride of Work- manship Awards and the Police Officer of the Year Awards. Strathfield Rotary is in its 38th year and has more than 70 members. It recently helped create Breakfast Point Rotary. STRATHFIELD'S BUILDING DESIGN AWARDS! Strathfield Council has introduced Building Design Awards to recognize outstanding examples of creative design and high quality new buildings in Strathfield. Nominations for the awards are open until 25 July 2008. To be eligible projects must fall within the following categories and have been completed after January 2006. Award Categories: • Single Dwelling House • Single Dwelling House - alterations & additions • Multiple Unit Residential Buildings • Commercial/Retail/ Industrial Development • Public/Institutional Development (eg schools & churches) • Sustainable Development Applications are available from Council's Customer Service Centre, Council's Central Library, or downloaded from Council's website www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au. For further information contact Council's Strategic Planning Coordinator Roger Brook on 9748 9932. 2139819i iww wk02
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