Celebrating Oktoberfest at Fairview Village

There were hats with feathers, shorts and long socks, music, dancing, sauerkraut, snags, spuds and in particular lots of fun and laughter at Fairview’s Oktoberfest celebration.

“Danke schoen” to everyone who came along and certainly made it a night to remember!!


Celebrating Oktoberfest at Fairview Village

There were hats with feathers, shorts and long socks, music, dancing, sauerkraut, snags, spuds and in particular lots of fun and laughter at Fairview’s Oktoberfest celebration.

“Danke schoen” to everyone who came along and certainly made it a night to remember!!


Fairview Village held it’s Annual Trivia Night

Fairview Village held its annual Trivia Night last week. Over 60 people including staff, residents, family members and friends participated. Each

table of eight people battled it out to win prizes. Congratulations to the Campbell family who proved to be the trivia champions on the night. An

enjoyable evening was has by all who attended.

 


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Celebrating Daffodil Day at Fairview Village

Fairview Village staff, residents and volunteers held a Devonshire Morning Tea to raise funds for research into cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment options.  Theme for the day was yellow and many gathered to have fun whilst having the opportunity to support and remember those who have been touched by Cancer.  “Laughter is the best medicine.”


Fairview Village all creatures great and small

All creatures great and small were in attendance at Fairview Village to listen to local mobile pet Vet, Dr Julia Malcolm speak about general pet care topics, as well as explain the service she is able to offer as a Mobile Pet Vet. Many questions were asked and answered in relation to the general care of Fairview Village residents and staff pets, from cockatiels, chooks, dogs and cats, and even sheep.


Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Fairview Village

The Mid-Year celebration at Fairview Village is an annual event that always generates a lot of excitement, fun, laughter and wonderful music. This year’s presentation of “The Wizard of OZ” by residents, volunteers and staff proved to be no exception.
The Fairview Village Resident Choir were in fine voice when they opened the production singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow” This was followed by a cast of residents and staff who re-enacted and sang the story of “The Wizard of OZ”. A fabulous time was enjoyed by not only audience members but everyone who participated.


Follow the Yellow brick road to Fairview Village

The Mid-Year celebration at Fairview Village is an annual event that always generates a lot of excitement, fun, laughter and wonderful music. This year’s presentation of “The Wizard of OZ” by residents, volunteers and staff proved to be no exception.
The Fairview Village Resident Choir were in fine voice when they opened the production singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow” This was followed by a cast of residents and staff who re-enacted and sang the story of “The Wizard of OZ”. A fabulous time was enjoyed by not only audience members but everyone who participated.


Wool Week at Fairview Village

Once again the Fairview Village resident’s Wool Group enjoyed a very successful Wool Week, with Wool Group members manning the stalls and taking pride in showing off their work to those who came to the exhibition, as well as raising in excess of $800.00.

The Wool Group very proudly donated 3 boxes of scarves, jumpers and beanies to the Warragul Food Bank for the needy people of Warragul this winter. Two days later a box full of tiny hats and jumpers was delivered to the maternity ward at the West Gippsland Hospital for the little premature babies.

Another visit was made to the Family Violence Unit for Baw Baw at the Warragul Police Station. The toys that were delivered to the Warragul Police Station will be used to help families get through their difficult times and children can have something to cuddle. 
The Fairview Village community are extremely proud of the amazing efforts of the resident Wool Group and their donation and contribution to the wider community. 

 


A Generous donation from Fairview Village

For many years now members of the Fairview Village Wool Group have very generously made and donated items to aid organisations and those in need not only in Australia but throughout the world. Already this year, the Wool Group have donated items to aid victims of the recent Cobden bush fires, donated knitted blankets to the Fistula Hospital in Ethiopia, made items that were auctioned to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital appeal and very recently donated a box of small beanies,booties and matinee jackets, made by Wool Group members, to the Maternity Ward of the West Gippsland Hospital. Well done ladies!!

This year Fairview Village Wool Week, will be held during the first week of June, the purpose being to highlight the amazing skills and efforts of this special group. Items will be on display as well as for sale.

West Gippsland Hospital nurse Anne White and Wool Group member Jean Morton