Our first words have to be those of congratulations to Matt Thistlethwaite and family and to welcome their beautiful twin girls Eliza and Camilla to our extended community.
This time of year may be chilly as well as decidedly soggy at times. However, there's no denying Prince Henry residents are in the box seat to whale watch. There have been a number of sightings just recently and, if you're lucky enough to have water views and a telescope, you've no doubt already seen some magnificent action.
In the July 2015 newsletter, the Community Association again requests owners and residents to do the right thing. Why not download a copy of the Prince Henry Community Management Statement and find out about the local by-laws, and what you can do to help preserve our wonderful area?
Michael Daley invites applications for his 2015 Community Building partnership Program, and our sponsors share their news and special offers. George and Aisha Savva remind sellers that hibernating in winter may not be such a good move, and Sofia's Kitchen offers up a winter warmer. Local conservationist and activist, Lynda Newman shares her news and views on the ongoing saga affecting our local market gardens and whale watching in the area,
As well as providing a number of exciting trips and activities in the coming months, The Coast Centre has entered the Randwick Business Awards for the first time, and is asking everyone to support its application by voting - either online or by picking up a form from reception. If you're looking for something to do, you need go no further than our What's on listings. You'll see The Coast Golf Club, The Coast Centre for Seniors, and Yarra Bay Sailing Club have many events and activities - something for everyone.
Thanks, as always, to our sponsors. Your support is greatly appreciated.
To read July 2015 newsletter, go to the Community news page. And, please email the link to all friends and acquaintances you think may be interested.