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There's a useful archive of photographs of early Mooroolbark at https://www.mooroolbark.vic.au/stories-of-mooroolbark/

Included there is a photo of Bill Scales which also appeared in an article about his granddaughter Nellie Black in Living Today in Mooroolbark in issue 23 pp.6-7. Not only is the Living Today article of interest, but the picture appears with very clear detail.

Congratulations, and thanks to Living Today and the compilers of Mooroolbark stories for bringing some of our history to our attention.

 
Thanks for being with us in 2019

 
6 December Mooroolbark Community Carols

Unlike today's heat in the forties, on Carols evening, the community gathered comfortably on the lawns of Hookey Park for the annual Mooroolbark Community Carols.

Five local primary school choirs, the Croydon Citizens Brass Band, SES, Lion’s Club, electrical and audio visual technicians, a community choir, community volunteers* and Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship members all contributed to providing this lovely community event.


We loved hearing the primary school choirs perform seasonal items, interspersed with the community choir singing Christmas Carols accompanied by the Brass Band.

All in all, a lovely afternoon and evening!

Last year’s Carols had to be cancelled due to the heat, so it was good to be back this year!

*We acknowledge and appreciate the assistance of the Yarra Ranges Council providing waste bins, chairs for band, and ensuring the lawns were mowed.

 

 
Latest Living Today

Great articles in the latest edition of Living Today in Mooroolbark published as a gift to the community by Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship.

Don't miss the opinion piece of the iconic station and the importance of retaining this important built history as plans are finalised for the new elevated rail and station for Mooroolbark.

Click the cover illustration to download the December Issue pdf.

 
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