Sunnyside House

  • Lauren tops Aus’ Day awards

    CAMPERDOWN’S own Lauren McIlveen did the town proud in this year’s Australia Day awards after being named the Corangamite Shire’s Young Citizen of the Year for 2018.

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  • Festive lunch delights

    ABOUT 140 happy faces gathered for this year’s Camperdown Community Christmas with plenty of ham and turkey, lashings of gravy and delicious strawberry-topped pavlova on the menu.

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  • “Tumultuous” year for Sunnyside

    IN what has been described as a “tumultuous year”, Sunnyside House has posted a $127,400 surplus for the 2016/17 year, well down on the previous year’s surplus of $378,500.

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  • Profit ahead of tough times

    CAMPERDOWN’S Sunnyside House achieved a surplus of $378,000 for the 2015/16 year, but remains concerned about finances for the year ahead with income expected to drop by up to $200,000.

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  • Sunnyside CEO resigns

    AFTER six years at the helm, Sunnyside House chief executive officer (CEO) Rob Hemley announced his immediate departure on Monday.

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  • Op shop bankrolls bus

    AFTER a year of fundraising, Sunnyside House Auxiliary volunteers handed over the keys of a brand new mini bus to the aged care facility’s board of management on Monday.

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  • Sunnyside staff protest against funding cuts

    Sunnyside House staff launched a protest campaign on Friday, calling for a reversal of mounting funding cuts to the aged care sector. According to Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), the aged care sector’s representative body, said the Federal Government has cut $3.1 billion for the aged care sector. Sunnyside House chief executive officer Rob Hemley […]

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  • Aileen celebrates a century

    SUNNYSIDE House took on a party atmosphere on Monday, when resident Aileen Payne celebrated her 100th birthday.

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  • Right start for dementia wing

    PLANS to add a dementia specific wing at Sunnyside House took a step further last week with an environmental audit undertaken.

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  • Op Shop donation astounds

    THERE is money in junk – just ask the volunteers at the Camperdown Sunnyside Op Shop.

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