Early voting at Port Melbourne Town Hall is in full swing with 2 weeks down and 2 weeks to go.
Hope to see you either on Polling day 22nd of October or at early voting.
htv-2016 Here is my 2016 Council Election How to Vote card.
For more information please go to www.bernadenevoss.com
The Port Melbourne Town Hall is the location for early voting. You can vote on Weekdays from 9am – 5pm each day.
Or on Saturday 22 October at any of the following locations:-
VOTING CENTRES on Saturday 22nd of October 2016
I am seeking your support for re-election to Council on October 22nd 2016.
My details are:
The funds raised will be used to communicate to the residents in the new Gateway ward. This comprises of St Kilda Road, South Melbourne, Fisherman’s Bend, Port Melbourne, Garden City, Beacon Cove.
I am passionate and committed to serving my community as best I can. I have a strong, successful track record and am willing to continue to serve the public.
I discovered that this street is not unusual for the number of returned war veterans to have settled here in Port Melbourne. Many other streets were popular also, such as Albert Street and Clarke Street, Port Melbourne.
As a contingent of residents walked past each house where a soldier once lived, a short history of their war record and injuries was read out. A handmade poppy was then placed at the house where they once lived.
Some houses had 2 returned soldiers and got 2 poppies. I encourage you to take a trip down Heath Street, to see how many poppies are on the front doors, and fences. It has quite an impact.
Barb Mullen & Christine Griffiths are residents in Heath Street and wanted to bring some pride to their street. They successfully told the human stories of these men, many which had lifelong injuries and mental health problems that they endured for the rest of their life.
I will post a link to this book soon here.
This impromptu walk is an example of our community having deep pride in our history and being thankful for the incredible sacrifices that have been made for us.
when you look inside you might find a number of men restoring furniture, fixing bicycles for a local school, or doing their own Projects Such as making a cubby, or fixing their lawn mower.
Men might be having a coffee, or learning new skills from other men. if you like hanging out a Bunnings and you lack space in your back yard for a well stocked shed, then this could be ideal for you. Contact Peter Simmons on 0412 996 886, email@example.com or http://www.ppmsa.org.au
Tonight I had the opportunity to tour with the audience and visit three locations with the City of Voices group. Extraordinary performance. A bit of History back in time at the Port Melbourne Town Hall, A bit of Community at the South Melbourne Town Hall and a glimpse to the future markets at St Kilda Town Hall. I took these photos of the artists/actors that were being projected into the giant trees.