Two things at once

The students at Surrey Hills Primary School have been getting fit and raising money for a good cause. The school’s 415 students raised $7,659.42 as part of the Jump Rope for Heart campaign, which gets kids active as they raise…

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Happy to see us

Lions Club of Box Hill president, Robert Kahn, and vice president, Patricia Mills, were happy to see Nick Coker (CASH group senior manager) and Aaron Knott (Surrey Hills Community Bank® Branch manager) recently. Nick and Aaron presented the club with…

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Let there be lights

South Yarra Football Club trained in the dark for over 8 years, until our Canterbury, Ashburton, Surrey Hills and Balwyn Community Bank® branches helped throw some light on the issue. We provided $25,000 over five years to build a new…

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Relaxing in the shade

East Camberwell Tennis Club has been upgrading its clubhouse, with some help from the Canterbury, Ashburton, Surrey Hills and Ashburton Community Bank® branches. Club members now have a comfortable and shady deck for relaxing and watching some sets. We’ve supported…

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Saving local lives

Community defibrillators save lives. Our local Community Bank® branches are on a mission to equip our local shopping centres and sporting areas with these amazing life saving devices. Easy to use and safe to operate, the defibrillators actually tell you what…

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Doing it for the kids

On Good Friday every year, the Box Hill Miniature Steam Rail Society holds an open day to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. This year, they raised $6,104.95. The society has been running the open day…

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A home ground advantage

Whitehorse Pioneers Football Club celebrated its first home match of the season with a win against Chirnside Park. The Pioneers led all match, although Chirnside Park came within two goals at one point. But a best on ground performance from…

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