|Posted by antonellaceli on April 8, 2013 at 9:35 AM|
Rosebud Plaza "Rosebuddies" program teams up with Seawinds Community Hub to raise awareness
of this Special Community Meeting Place on the Southern Peninsula
Rosebud Plaza’s latest initiative under the Rosebuddies program is to raise awareness for Seawinds Community Hub and its excellent programs, activities and facilities. The Seawinds Community Hub in Allambie Ave is where you will find the new Rosebud Kindergarten, Rosebud Community House, Maternal Health and Childcare plus many other community programs and services. There is something for everyone including venue and room hire.
Rosebud Shopping Plaza says:
"The Rosebud Plaza ‘Rosebuddies’ program launched today aims to benefit local not-for-profit community groups by raising funds and/or awareness of organisations that provide valuable services to the local community.
Rosebud Plaza’s latest initiative under the Rosebuddies program is to raise awareness for Seawinds Community Hub and its excellent programs, activities and facilities.
Located in Allambie Avenue, West Rosebud (adjacent to Eastbourne Primary School), The hub’s community activities include child services, support groups, health and well-being programs, personal development, exercise sessions and other beneficial programs available to peninsula residents.
Seawinds Community Hub is a valuable part of our local community. And we want you to help celebrate it!
Right now we’re showcasing the wonderful work of this community hub - see an exhibition of its groups, programs and activities in-Centre.
Plus, on May 2, be part of a giant human daisy chain from Rosebud Plaza to Seawinds Community Hub.
Want to join in the fun? Become a ROSEBUDDIE and show your support register here on Facebook, or drop into Centre Management to register or call 5950 2400."
|Posted by antonellaceli on November 26, 2012 at 6:55 AM|
A wooden sculpture has been installed in Rosebud in honour of Mr Fred James Gregory - a prominent community leader who modelled "service above self" for his contribution to the Mornington Peninsula Community - in particular for Rosebud. The wooden sculpture was created by Fred's son Drew Gregory and the family gathered to launch the sculpture to commemorate Mr Gregory's numerous community achievements. Mr Gregory was a Chemist who lived in Rosebud from 1949 and over his lifetime he served on over 40 community clubs and organisations including:
* SOUTHERN PENINSULA HOSPITAL COMMITTEE (11 YEARS) 1955 – 61
* PHARMACY GUILD OF VICTORIA (Vic. Branch) Treasurer 1939 – 44
* ROSEBUD URBAN FIRE BRIGADE Member 1950 – 57
* ROSEBUD FOOTBALL CLUB Committee member 1950 – 51
* ROSEBUD GOLF CLUB Committee member in its inaugural year
* AMATEUR ATHLETICS Member of East Melbourne Harriers 1930 -- 50 Active as committee member of Rosebud Amateur Athletic Club in its formation.
* ROSEBUD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Foundation Member 1950 --57
* ROSEBUD AND DISTRICT CITIZENS’ LEAGUE (22 years) 1950 --72 Active in revitalizing same in 1976
* ROSEBUD MEMORIAL HALL COMMITTEE (21 YEARS) 1955 – 76
* ROSEBUD COMBINED CARNIVAL COMMITTEE (22 YEARS) Member 1954 –76
* ROSEBUD HIGH SCHOOL Member in initial year of first Advisory Council
* SOUTHERN PENINSULA PLAYERS Foundation (1952) and Life Member President 10 yrs.
* COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING OATHS AND AFFIDAVITS
* JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 1970 – 76
* ROTARY CLUB OF ROSEBUD (2 7years) Charter Member 1955 President 1960 – 61
Communities are built upon the legacies left behind by community serving members such as Mr Fred Gregory..
|Posted by antonellaceli on October 10, 2012 at 9:15 AM|
The Southern Peninsula Aquatic Centre Geotechnical Investigation has now been completed for the Rosebud Foreshore Reserve at the location for where SPA (Southern Peninsula Aquatic centre) is to be built. The investigation into the suitability of the site has worked well to provide information and advice towards future Environmentally Sustainable Designs so that the community of Rosebud and the Southern Peninsula can have a state of the art pool built for all to enjoy. "Creating public spaces for recreational and sporting activities"