Entries for author "hcleary"

Vale John "Kelly" Thurling 28.03.1930 - 18.06.2017

John Kelly Thurling - Image 1

On 18 June, at the age of 87, Kelly passed peacefully at Nazareth House, Ballarat, surrounded by his loving family. Kelly was the loved husband of Heather for 64 years, dearly-loved father of Cheryl, Diane and Vicki, loving Pop of Angela and Matthew, Troy and Sarah, and Dale and Kasey, and special loved Poppy to Zach, Oliver, Ned and Max.

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'My Brown Hill' image competition

After the success of the inaugural 'My Brown Hill' Community Festival Photo Competition in 2017, it's happening again! However, there is one key change for younger entrants. 

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Tiana raises awareness

Tiana Collins

Hi. My name is Tiana Collins. I am 11 years old. I did a presentation at school to raise awareness of Huntington's Disease in May. Huntington's Disease (HD) affects me personally. My Pa and his brother have both recently been diagnosed with it. It's a genetic disease. There is currently no cure for HD, but there are some treatments that can help to ease certain symptoms,

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Caledonian's new Principal

Mrs Brea Terris, Principal, Caledonian Primary School
Mrs Brea Terris is our new Principal at Caledonian Primary School. She
is a brilliant young woman and we are very lucky to have her here. She

is the first female principal at our school in eight years.

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One Humanity Shower Bus

Fr. Constantine from St. Paul's Anglican Church in Ballarat spoke at the Brown Hill Uniting Church's April Men's Breakfast about the 'One Humanity Shower Bus' project.

He posed the question, "How would you deal with not knowing where your next shower was coming from?" This sobering thought is a harsh reality for our city’s homeless.

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