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Update from Jodi McKay – 8 May 2020

As we approach the weekend I want to wish all mums a happy Mother’s Day! Although this year’s Mother’s Day will be different I hope that you and your family will be able to celebrate in your own special way.

I note that changes implemented in NSW last week allow for 2 adults and any dependent children to visit another household, however, restrictions relating to large gatherings still apply. 

If you have any questions or concerns relating to where you can go and what is open, closed or restricted please visit the following link: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules

As always if there is anything that my office can assist with please do not hesitate to contact 9747 1711 or strathfield@parliament.nsw.gov.au

Creative Kids goes digital

Service NSW is helping Creative Kids providers with their digital needs in order to help school aged kids to get involved in creative and cultural activities.Creative Kids providers will be able to access up to $5,000 in digital adaptation grants for:

cultural and creative activities that support the 2020 school curriculum,

activities and programs delivered online, and

creative supplies, equipment and materials through approved Creative Kids providers.

During this time, it is crucial that we are supporting and encouraging our kids to learn in innovative and creative ways. For more information please visit the following link https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/campaign/creative-kidsSupport for our international students and temporary work visa holders

International students and other temporary visa workers, many of whom live in the Strathfield electorate, are an important part of the economy and community in NSW. Yet NSW is the only Australian State or Territory not providing assistance to international students and other temporary work visa holders. 

I have received numerous calls and emails from constituents expressing concerns about how this current situation has affected their livelihoods and those of their family and friends.

That is why Labor is calling for the Berejiklian government to follow Victoria’s lead and provide a $60 million package to fund survival grants of up to $1,100 for international students experiencing hardship.

Labor is also advocating for a portion of the $1 billion ‘Working for NSW’ fund to provide jobs for people who have no access or eligibility to other government support programs.

Please know that I will continue to advocate for the proper support and care for all people in NSW.Protecting our war memorials 

War memorials are an important reminder of the great sacrifice of our Servicemen and Servicewomen and provide a place for future generations to reflect and commemorate. 

I am pleased to announce that Veterans NSW are providing grants of up to $10,000 for communities to restore and protect their war memorials.

Applications close 27 July 2020 and more information can be found

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Business NSW has been working with the NSW Government to develop measures that help soften the impact on businesses and help the economy recover.


I am writing to remind you applications for the $10,000 small business COVID-19 support grant close on 1 June 2020.


Please encourage your members and clients to investigate whether they are eligible for part of the $550 million of grant funding available through Service NSW.


To be eligible for this grant, you must:

  • be based in NSW
  • be a small business
  • be registered with an ABN as at 1 March 2020
  • have an annual turnover of more than $75,000
  • employ 1-19 full-time workers as at 1 March 2020 
  • be able to report a payroll below the NSW 2019-2020 payroll tax threshold of $900,000
  • have been highly impacted by Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order 2020 effective on 31 March 2020
  • have experienced at least 75% decline in turnover compared to the same two-week period in 2019, as a result of COVID-19 (for businesses that have been in operation for less than 12 months, refer to the guidelines)
  • have unavoidable business costs not otherwise the subject of other NSW and Commonwealth Government financial assistance measures

For the full eligibility criteria and to apply, visit the Service NSW website.


As part of our ongoing advocacy work, Business NSW has made further representations to the NSW Government to have the grants extended and criteria relaxed so more heavily-impacted businesses can access the support.

Dear Members,
It is with much sadness to hear of the passing of the great Jack Mundey.
A pillar of strength who will greatly missed.
Jack accompanied with his wife and good friend Mick, always attended the Croydon Park Events which were produced by the CPBC. Thank you for always encouraging the CP Youth Committee. This showed Jack’s sense of community spirit. As most of us know Jack was famous for saving the Rocks and a voice as an environmentalist.
On a personal note, as his hairdresser I will miss cutting Jack’s hair as we would have many 
conversations about the local business/ community and how over the years Croydon Park had 
been beautified and much more.
We will truly miss you, Jack. 







Employers: We’ve extended due dates for JobKeeper payment enrolments to help you finalise your preparations.

If you need some extra time, you’ll now have until:
• 8 May to make sure your eligible employees have been paid a minimum of $1,500 (before tax) for each JobKeeper fortnight in April and
• 31 May to enrol for April payments for your employees.

You’ll also need to meet certain criteria to be eligible for JobKeeper payments – for more info, visit www.ato.gov.au/general/JobKeeper-Payment


This is a good step forward. Very happy and grateful about today’s changes to social restrictions in allowing two people and their children to visit another house,. This change will go a long way in helping people stay connected to family & friends, share meals and special moments together. Please be safe and sensible; our good practice is making a difference.

CPBC Lest We Forget.


Hello LiLi,


Thank you for sending through your concerns how the Croydon Park local businesses are,

I have to tell you it is a sad thing to see Croydon Park look like a ghost town!


I go into my salon a few days a week to look after my loyal clients only. It is also sad that I have had to refuse anyone whom I don’t know with the fear of where they may have been or in contact with. This, to protect my family.


Definitely important and welcoming for Burwood Council to put in place initiatives to support our local businesses.


LiLi, I don’t seem to have received the E- newsletters.


Please send these thru to both the CPBC Secretary Judith Wagner and Media Team Troy Batta.


Stay Safe and well and same for all the great Team at Burwood  Council 

including Mayor  John Faker.


Many Thanks,

Toni Franze’


Croydon Park Business Chamber inc

0410 015 944




Members of NSW Business Chamber

Finalists – South West Sydney Chamber of the Year: 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012,
Winners – Regional Business Chamber of the Year 2014, 2018

Dear CPBC Members in our Business Community,

on behalf of the  Executive Committee we hope you had a safe Easter.


This has been a difficult time to go through with most importantly not being able to see our families; with also the stress of having the businesses shut. 


We will send you information through the NSWBC which will be beneficial in this time.


Remember to stay home, stay well and just take the time to actually sit in the sun to have a cuppa and read a chapter a day of your favourite book in between some home business.




Toni Franze’


Croydon Park Business Chamber inc

0410 015 944


I am writing to update you on new information and developments in the local area specifically in relation to our local seniors.

As many of you know, our local seniors have been particularly affected by the COVID-19 crisis and many are in need of help and assistance. Over the last few weeks my office has been supporting seniors who are isolated at home by providing care packages with essential items. If you know anyone in the local area who is elderly and requires assistance, please do not hesitate to contact my office.

I note that Strathfield Council has set up a hotline to assist the elderly, those who have a disability, and isolated members of the community who require special help. If you live in the Strathfield Council area and need assistance, please call 9748 9939 (Monday – Friday from 8.30am – 5pm).

For those who live in the Burwood area, Burwood Council is also providing a support service for the community which includes food care packages and information on counselling and support. For more information, please visit https://www.burwood.nsw.gov.au/burwood_cares_for_our_community.html or call 9911 9911.

I am also pleased to inform you that local organisations can now apply for one-off grants through the NSW Government to deliver programs that will help socially isolated seniors stay connected during this time.

Applications are open today and will close on April 26. For more information, please visit www.dcj.nsw.gov.au/combatting-social-isolation-for-seniors or contact my office for more information.

I recently discussed the issues facing our seniors in addition to the broader community concerns surrounding the NSW Government’s response to the COVID-19 crisis with Neil Lithgow from 2RDJ-FM.

You can listen to my interview via the following link:

As always, please know that you are all in my thoughts during this time. If you have any issues or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact my office.

Yours sincerely,

Jodi McKay MP
Member for Strathfield

COVID-19: Useful Links and Updates


I have received many inquiries from the community in relation to evictions. I can advise that evictions will be put on hold for 6 months. Landlords and renters are encouraged to talk about short term agreements. There will be more information to come this week and I will keep you updated on any new information.

Pharmacy Home Delivery Service

Australia Post has launched its Pharmacy Home Delivery Service, which will allow pharmacies to offer free delivery on medication and other essential supplies (under 500 grams) to their customers. Please contact your local pharmacy for more information.

More information from Australia Post regarding this service can be found at https://newsroom.auspost.com.au/article/australia-post-launches-free-pharmacy-home-delivery-service

Buying essentials

I understand that many in our community have had difficulty buying essentials from their local supermarkets. Some supermarkets have introduced new initiatives to assist the community:

Priority Assistance

Woolworths Basic Box

Community Hour

Community Hour
Online Priority Service – to be launched soon

Staying up-to-date

I will continue to keep you updated on developments and important information about coronavirus.

You can also find the latest information and advice through the new Australian Government Coronavirus app.

iOS download here: https://apps.apple.com/au/app/coronavirus-australia/id1503846231

Android download here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.gov.health.covid19

A new WhatsApp channel has also been launched to supply you with the latest information. To access it go to www.aus.gov.au/whatsapp

What exactly is the JobKeeper payment?

The JobKeeper payment is designed to help businesses keep their employees on the payroll during government-ordered closures and dwindling profits. The payment equals $1,500 per eligible employee, per fortnight.


Business NSW – Local Chamber Alliance Partner Logo & Branding Guidelines

Thank you for your ongoing efforts to keep your local business community informed during this difficult time, there has been great examples from many of you incorporating Business Australia’s Coronavirus information on websites, apps, social media and newsletters to ensure support is available.

NSW Government support for small business a timely boost

The state’s peak business organisation, Business NSW, believes that the NSW Government’s announcement of a $750 million fund to provide grants for small and micro businesses impacted by the coronavirus will help those businesses keep their doors open and staff employed.


Unfortunately, scammers are using fears around the Coronavirus #COVID19 to take advantage of unsuspecting members of the community. These can range from falsely selling coronavirus-related products online and using fake emails or text messages to try and obtain personal data. Other scams include phishing emails and phone calls impersonating the World Health Organisation, government authorities, and legitimate businesses – including travel agents and telecommunications companies.

Protect yourself and find out more here: https://www.scamwatch.gov.au/news/covid-19-coronavirus-scams

How it all began in Croydon Park 2001

I am aware that COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, is an issue of concern for many in our community. It is important that during this time that we remain safe and calm and follow the official advice of health authorities.

As the situation evolves, health authorities advise that the best form of prevention is to practice good hygiene by washing your hands and to ensure that you stay home if you feel unwell.

The symptoms of COVID-19 include a sore throat, fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you are unwell, you should call your GP or call Health Direct on 1800 022 222 for assistance and direction.

For the latest information and updates, visit health.nsw.gov.au or contact the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.

I am confident that we will be able to get through these difficult times. Please know that I will always be here to support you


Information for people with a disability:

IDEAS Disability Information
*They provide telephone support directly for people who need help to access services

Disability and Chronic Illness COVID-10 Information Clearinghouse Australia – a group for people with a disability and/or chronic illness to share information about how to respond to the current COVID-19 public health emergency in Australia

Information in relation to the NDIS:

NDIS – general page

NDIS – making a complaint about any service withdrawal: https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au/about/complaints

Federal Department of Health

Important information for careworkers – one of the most serious issues is making sure that vulnerable people can still get the support they need. This is important information for careworkers

General page

NSW Health


Yours sincerely,

Troy Batta
Media Team

Members of NSW Business Chamber
Finalists – South West Sydney Chamber of the Year: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012,
Winners – Regional Business Chamber of the year 2018 2019 

My beautiful friends,

Sadly my precious father has passed to God last night 08/02/20.
My dad fell asleep peacefully.
Rosary Friday 14/02/20
at Andrew Valerio & Sons
177 First Ave

Farewell Mass
Saturday 15/02/20
St Marys Concord

A big Thank you to the Burwood Council and Mayor John Faker for the great Christmas Decorations! Also the CPYC President Journalist Marcella Gallace for the great write up to have this achieved.

CPBC/YC wish a Merry and Happy Christmas 2019 to all the Members of Croydon Park Business Chamber.

  • Canterbury race course action group 

Congratulations 2020 CPBC Board

Congratulations 2020 CPBC Board.

President: Toni Franze’.
Vice President: Cheryl Borsak.
Treasurer: Kim Beltran.
Secretary: Judith Wagner.
Media Team: Troy Batta.
CPYC President: Marcella Gallace.


What a professional and organised event the combined: CPBC / AGM and Christmas drinks 2019. Take a look at the photos they tell the story.
CPBC would like to thank:
 Jodi McKay MP,  NSW Leader of the Opposition,  Member of the NSW for Strathfield. Welcome to Country 
Karen Pensabene Councillor Strathfield: Returning Officer.
Clare Raffan Councillor: Canterbury / Bankstown.
Hassan Moussa from RM Gregory Promo Print: Chair.
Scouts Presentation: Cheryl Borsak.
Chris Beltran: Musician
Mike Aldridge: Mudcrabs.
Martin Puchert: Mudcrabs.
Matt Burke: Canterbury Racecourse Action Group.
All the CPBC Members, guests and family. We would like to also thank the Club CP for being the major sponsor for this event.
Michele Urbano for donating a beautiful painting the ist prize $400. for the raffle.
RM Gregory: $100. Voucher
Hair Collections $65. Voucher 
Thank you to the generous various gift vouchers and gifts donated from the CPBC Board.
On behalf of the CPBC / YC we wish you a blessed Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Stay well and safe till our first meeting in February 2020. Actual date to be advised.

Kindly donated by Michele Urbano
Painting worth $400.

Come to CPBC /AGM 2019 +
Christmas drinks, great network opportunities.
Prizes to win.

Club CP
55 Seymour street
Croydon Park 2133


Hi All,

The key contact at your Chamber would have received an email to join Pulse earlier this afternoon.

When you have a moment it would be great to create your account and log in. This will be the platform moving forward for Local Chambers to communicate, ask questions and be the general “go to” place for Local Chamber  content etc.

Any questions please let me know

Grant Payne
Local Chamber Alliance Manager, Sydney, NSW Business Chamber

Level 1B
12 Central Road Miranda NSW 2228
Tel: 02 8513 1308 | Mob: 0413 044 532 | Web: www.nswbusinesschamber.com.au
Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | YouTube


Croydon Park Business Chamber board members Cheryl Borsak, Kim Beltran & Troy Batta and founding member Hassan Moussa visited Strathfield MP Jodi Mackay to congratulate her on becoming the leader for the opposition party in NSW Government.

Strathfield MP Jodi McKay was elected as the New South Wales Labor leader with a clear majority.

Courtesy ABC news:

Key points:

  • The election of Ms McKay came three months after the state election
  • The party has been without a permanent leader for that time
  • It means for the first time in NSW, a female opposition leader will face a female premier

We also took the opportunity to discuss:

  • The ongoing clean-up for the cooks river concerning building code for hard surfaces to prevent run off in to the river
  • $2000 grant for computing and printing equipment
  • Canterbury race course building development proposals
  • Local News Letter for GRR local business and Croydon Park small businesses

Join us on Thursday 8 August and Thursday 15 August 10am – 11:30am at Burwood Library and Community Hub for a FREE presentation about the age pension. To book visit http://bit.ly/whatsonburwoodlibrary

Good morning Burwood! Where’s your favourite brunch spot?

Hop Hippity Hop! We’re excited to announce Justine Clarke will be our headlining act at the Strathfield Spring Festival 2019! http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

Then select your electorate “Strathfield “, then project “New Visions for Croydon Park”. Then vote to short list the project

Guess who will be featuring as a special guest at the Spring Festival this year?! http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

Early-bird stallholder applications for the Strathfield Spring Festival 2019 close TODAY! Register by 5pm so you don’t miss out on your 25% discount. http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

Who’s excited for the Strathfield Spring Festival 2019! Featuring live performances, family-fun carnival rides, children’s entertainment and lots of food and market stalls, it’s the biggest event in town! Headlining acts to be announced soon! http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

This is the last week to submit your early-bird stallholder applications for the Strathfield Spring Festival 2019! Apply by 5pm Friday 26 July 2019 for a 25% discount! http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

Professional photos that were taken at the 2019 Cooks River Fun Run are now available to download. Purchase your keepsake of the event’s 10th birthday today for a memory you can always keep! http://bit.ly/31Ti5VC

Meet your local green thumbs and plant some trees on Strathfield National Tree Day! First 300 volunteers who register will receive a free lunch voucher. When: Sunday 28 July 2019, 10am – 1pm Where: Bressington Park, Homebush http://bit.ly/2YeJdPM

We are calling out to all local stallholders to send their applications to be a part of the Strathfield Spring Festival on Satuday 7 September. Apply for your early-bird discount today! http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

Calling all local talents and community performing groups in Strathfield! Send your expressions of interest to perform at the Strathfield Spring Festival 2019 to events@strathfield.nsw.gov.au today!

Want to see a greener Strathfield? Get ready to roll up your sleeves, put on your gloves and start planting! Regos for Strathfield National Tree Day are open! Sund 28 July, 10am – 1pm, Bressington Park, Homebush http://bit.ly/2NI7FoD

Spring Festival 2019 stallholder applications are now open! Submit your applications by Friday 26 July to quality for the early-bird discount! http://bit.ly/2zf1l0S

Today we farewell one of our Croydon Park Vet family 💔

Byron has been one of our main Vets here for over 3 years and we’re going to miss him so much! He has brought such a great quality to our clinic and we’ll miss getting to see and share a laugh with him each day. Thank you for all the memories Byron!

We wish him all the very best for his next exciting chapter and look forward to seeing him around the neighbourhood!


Happy Birthday to our dearest committee member  Kim Beltran.

Cheryl Borsak District Commissioner also CPBC Vice President with CPBC President Toni Franze’
Congratulations on a well deserved Award for all the hard work over the years !

CPBC Member in the SPOTLIGHT.
Beryl Novice
0417 656 210

Q1. What has inspired you to open your Business ATOP Education?
I had been in an education Franchise, which I had developed to a total of 500 students per week for 23 years. Even with that number, I was not making enough money to keep my family as the royalties required were 40% and we were restricted in what we could charge. I had gained tremendous knowledge over that time and felt it was time to go into my own after school business. As I had come to teaching via a Sydney University Science Degree, this gave me the advantage of adding to the subjects that we could teach, such as Computer Coding and Robotics. Additionally, I had a very good mathematics teacher who was prepared to remain with me. He will eventually take over when I retire.
Q2. Has the Business always been in Croydon?
When we had the franchise, I operated mainly in Burwood but it was difficult to obtain accommodation there, as there is an afternoon tutoring service on every corner and in just about every building, so we decided to try Croydon.
Q3. When did you open this Business?
1st February 2011.
Q4 How did you hear of the CPBC?
I had been a member of the Burwood Chamber of Commerce for many years, however, as we were now at Croydon and they do not have a Chamber of Commerce of their own, when a friend mentioned that Croydon Park was very active, I decided to attend one of their events.
Q5. What made you continue to be a member of the CPBC?
When I met Toni and Silvana, I could see what they were doing for the community and this influenced me in signing up as a member.
Q6. Why do you continue to be a member of the CPBC?
For one thing, I had been introduced to the Principal of the Croydon Park School by the CPBC and from then on, have had the pleasure of giving three awards every year, one each for the Most Improved Students in 6th class for English, Maths and Science. I look forward to this occasion every year and this binds me to the Croydon Park area. Also I am happy to lend a hand or sponsor a prize in any event that the CPBC endeavours.
Q7. What would you like the CPBC to achieve for the members for 2019?
Well, firstly, keep up the great work they are doing and foster that sense of community which can help bring prosperity to the businesses in this area.

Q8. What do you think of the CPYC?
I think it is a brilliant concept as the youth of to-day are the mainstays of our future and this is the first chamber of commerce that I have been involved with that has this attribute.
Q9. Since joining the CPBC, which event or seminar has stood out.
I always enjoy the CPBC’s Annual meetings. Their street fairs are always fun and there was a dinner I once attended that introduced me to many interesting people.
Q10. If you are to use one word to sum up the CPBC and one word for the CPYC what would it be.

Hi We are a local public school in the Inner West that is hosting the fourth annual Inner West Brick Fair on Sunday 30 June 2019. Being a public school we rely heavily on the goodwill of our community to get the word out about these events. The day is a great one for Lego lovers both young and old. With special guest Henry Pinto of Lego Masters Australia fame it should be our best yet. Attached is our flyer which we would love if you could post for your followers as a way of support Thank you.

The Croydon Park Business Chamber website is currently being updated.

New memberships and membership renewals are now available online. Click the Join Us button at top left of page.

Council is supporting the Red Shield Appeal! Head to Strathfield Square on Sat 18 May from 11am – 2pm for a sausage sizzle and show your support!

Rochester Street in Homebush will be bustling with local food and business stalls, live music and children’s entertainment this weekend at the Homebush Village Fair! http://bit.ly/2YQagia

Good morning from Henley Park🌞 Council has installed two brand new floodlight poles and we have 11 more to go!

This will provide safe access for park users, and enable our sporting teams to train and play especially during the winter months where there is lack of natural lighting.

Get your kids to improve some physical fitness and motor skills by joining the Active Follow Up Program! With group games and activities, it’s an enjoyable and inclusive way to make physical activity exciting! Contact Council on 02 9748 9999 to register! http://bit.ly/2WgR4IE

Volunteer with Strathfield Council at the Cooks River Fun Run! Gain experience working with one of Strathfield’s biggest running event of the year! Check out our website to apply now! http://bit.ly/2LIvMhw

Happy Mothers day from CPBC and CPYC.

Hi guys plz like my page an shear it with your friends thanks.

Looking to hire a park or sporting field for recreational purposes? Booking and inquiries can be made to Strathfield Council’s Booking Officer on 9748 9965. http://bit.ly/2PskGA7

If you have excess green (garden) waste which will not fit in your Green lidded bin, you can take advantage of Council’s free green waste drop off service, which will be held on Saturday 4 May between 8am to 12noon at our Council Depot at 8 Kingsbury St. Enfield.Guidelines and conditions apply as to what and how much material can be delivered. Guidelines can be found on Council’s website; www.burwood.nsw.gov.au or by calling Council’s customer service centre on telephone 9911 9911.The green waste will be taken to a facility for re-processing to be used as a soil conditioner and compost. This is another sustainability initiative by Burwood Council.

Proudly supporting the Royal Life Saving Society – Australia water safety and life saving efforts in our local community.

Photos taken by Andrew Nguyen


Wishing everyone an enjoyable Easter break! 🐣
Eat Healthy- Drive Carefully & Live Happily from from CPBC 😉

      CPBC would like Thank everyone involved in          the preparation
      collaboration to the Easter Egg Hunt in
      with the Croydon Park Public School.
       Easter Banner : Marque Graphic Design.
       Printer of Doubled side banner: RM Gregory
       Display Banner on clock: Burwood Council.
       Printing Posters: Jodi McKay MP

So…..The Easter Bunny may have been running late!
But….He finally arrived at the Croydon Park Public School,
And…The children had lots of fun trying to find where the Easter Bunny hid them!



RM Gregory Promoprint 2 x $100. Gift Vouchers.

Hassan Moussa 



A: 227 Georges River Rd (P.O.  Box 359) Croydon Park NSW 2133

Ph: 02 9744 8979 –  M: 0400 891 198

In case you didn’t know we can attend to all your printing and promotional needs.  We can do stationery, brochures, posters, magazines, booklets, books, promotional products, banners, web designs well as corporate and safety wear.  We have in-house designers


Multi Business Award Winner

Samir Abla
4 x Gift platter biscuits.

Rene’s Restaurant and Pizzeria,

Thank you for participating in the CPBC  Easter Egg Hunt
with the 2 Vouchers for the Croydon Park Public School.

Pop in and say hello to Linda and David from
our local Croydon Park Newsagency.

Thank you for participating in the CPBC  Easter Egg Hunt
with the 2 Vouchers for the Croydon Park Public School to be spent in store.

5 x FREE 1 litre tub of gelato
Pure Gelato

Maranello’s Veloce

Promotion for the Easter Egg Hunt for the Croydon Park Public School.

$10. Pasta/ Pizza.

Tues/Wed/Thurs. (starting 7/05/19 to  16/05/19)

Kind Regards,

Mario Ranieri

Managing Director

Maranello’s Veloce Croydon Park

☎ 02 8054 8894

☎ +61422035611
✉ info@maranellosveloce.com.au




127 Georges River Rd, Croydon Park NSW 2133
ABN 65 168 626 748
Maranello’s Veloce Croydon Park

OZ Aboriginal
2 x Gift PAC
Notebook/ pen/ drink bottle. $35. Each

Ngoe’s Hot Bread
2 x $5. Gift Voucher

Club Burwood Group (on behalf of Croydon Park Club) are happy to donate 2 x $50 gift cards which can be spent at Croydon Park Club.

                Gift Voucher 2 x Smash Baits.

Easter Egg Hunt in Croydon park

Happy Birthday to our dearest committee member Cheryl Borsak.


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