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Quiet Achievers

At the Mooroolbark Umbrella Group annual Forum last week several Quiet achiever awards were made to long-time contrutors to our community well-being. Each had contributed to a diverse range of sporting and community activities over several decades. They represent many thousands of people within our communities who serve and strengthen our community lives.

Yarra Ranges Council Mayor, Len Cox and guest speaker Sharelle McMahon (former Australian netball captain) presented awards to:

Shelley Goss

Josie Cairns

Andrew Lang

Toni Madden

Pat Gibson (award accepted by grand-daughter Holly)

Guest speaker Sharelle McMahon in action:

Sharelle McMahon November 23

Book now to reserve your seat at the Mooroolbark Community Centre - 7.30pm November 23 - to hear former Australian netball captain, Sharelle McMahon share some of her life stories with a Q and A to follow.

Click on the graphic below to book. Entry is by a gold-coin donation, and is brought to us by the Mooroolbark Umbrella group - an organisation of Mooroolbark organisations - and their sponsoring partners.

Looking forward to enjoying yet another fine evening brought to us by the Umbrella Group!

Did you get yours?

Just in case you missed it, you can download the latest issue of Living Today in Mooroolbark by clicking on the graphic below!

Latest Living Today in Mooroolbark

You'll want to download the latest about Mooroolbark...

Click here or click the picture above to download the latest edition. Many thanks to Janet Van Dijk and her team at Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship.

Guess who's coming to Mooroolbark?

Mooroolbark Umbrella Group Inc. has announced that our guest for this years annual forum will be the former Australian netball captain, Sharelle McMahon. We're looking forward to November 23 when Sharelle will present a morning session for secondary students, an afternoon with primary school students and the evening community forum at the Mooroolbark Community Centre! For more information, contact this website! And put the date in your diary!

And a colourful parade it was!

Heading towards the community stage, the parade moved down Brice Avenue

More festival photos

Next time we'll load some parade photos, but for now... and thanks to Rupert for the photos!


Aren't you glad the weather was great!

Imagine if the weather had been cold and wet... we wouldn't have had such a bonza time of it! Whether playing, checking out the stalls, the exhibits or relaxing and enjoying the entertainment!

And click here to see some fabulous bits and pieces from the day of the festival


Inside or out it was a grand day! Thanks Mooroolbark!

See you tomorrow

Something's happening here, and we do know what it is...

Click here to view the program. See you tomorrow at Celebrate Mooroolbark!

Not too many sleeps until March 25!

We're in the count-down to Celebrate Mooroolbark 2017. Watch out for this programme and flyer in your letter box in the next fortnight!

There's still time to register for the 10am parade which provides free publicity for your organisation!! Take a look at the parade route and festival site, courtesy of one of our sponsors! And check out what's new this year...

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