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News Review September

Message from the President Welcome to our News Review. Now that the weather is warming up, our Wednesday and Friday activities from Hillarys Marina, followed by coffee, are beginning to attract more of our members. We meet every Wednesday and Friday on the south side of the Marina, under “our gazebo”.  Look for our sign. 

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News Review June Congress

Message from the President Welcome to this special edition of our News Review. RSLWA State Congress was held Saturday 10 June 2023 and was attended by Peter Bowring, Wayne Koch, David King, Les Young and myself. During the Congress voting was conducted for all Board positions, and as a result the following were elected: State

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News Review May 2023

Message from the President Welcome to our News Review. We have just completed our ANZAC Day commemorations that included the 30th Annual Graham Edwards Football Match between the North Beach Tigers and Kingsway on Saturday 22 April.  This achieved wide exposure in Perth Now edition of 20th April and the Club, and our Sub-Branch had

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News Review October 2022

Message from the President Welcome to our News Review. Our achievements this year have been outstanding due to the support from our members.  Our ANZAC commemoration this year was a success, even though the Gunfire Breakfast had to be cancelled.  We are now on track for another successful Remembrance Day thanks to Barry Lloyd and

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New Kayaks

North Beach RSL Sub-Branch was the recipient of a Stronger Communities Grant, and part of that was for the purchase Kayaks to support Peer Health and member wellbeing. The kayaks have been purchased and were delivered Friday 5 August 2022 to our storage area within the Hillarys Yacht Club. The new kayaks are very sturdy,

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News Review

Message from the President Welcome to our News Review. Covid restrictions has made an impact on our Sub-Branch as General Meetings have been restricted and our attendance numbers have been down.  We are hoping that with the easing of restrictions we will soon be back to normal. First. I pay respects to the passing of

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