Wellbeing

A special night out to an NRL match

Northern Sydney Welfare Officers Fred Jackson and Ken Vessey had the pleasure to meet up with and entertain three (3) Gents and their families on the 13 June 2014 at an NRL night match between South Sydney v WestsTigers.

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Sticks and Twigs together again

Giants of the game Norm Provan and Kel O’Shea, arguably the best second row pairing to play for their state and country, were recently reunited under less-than-happy circumstances.

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Robert (Bobby) McCarthy

On Friday, 11th April, 2014 Sydney Metro Welfare Officers Warren Thompson and Alan Webb together with Northern Sydney Welfare Officers Ken Vessey and Fred Jackson visited Bobby at the Mater Hospital Crows Nest.

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Men of League visit David Bolton

Men of League’s Noel Willick, John Billings, John Wilson  and Garry O’Donnell recently called in to see rugby league legend David Bolton.

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Men of League make a visit to Cecil Teitzel

Steve Calder and Greg Veivers recently visited Cecil Teitzel. Cecil is 82 and a former coach of Souths Magpies.

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Men of League visit Allan Tully

Recently Ron Atkins, Vance Rennie and Bob Green from the Men of League Brisbane Committee, along with QLD State Manager Steve Calder travelled to Redlands Hospital to visit Allan Tully.

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Chris Letters – On the mend

Chris Letters, a Northern Sydney Committee Member was very pleased to receive a visit from his fellow Northern Sydney Welfare Officers Fred Jackson, Norm Pounder and Ken Vessey on the 29 January 2014 at the Mount Wilga Private Hospital, Hornsby, where he ...

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Vanessa, number one fan of the Sea Eagles

Northern Sydney Welfare Officers Norm Pounder, Ken Vessey and Fred Jackson recently met with Vanessa Carpenter and her father Robert at her Group Home on the 2 January 2014.

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‘Touchie’ with a place in history

Brien Gately, former first grade referee, hold a rare place in history as being part of a ‘first and last’ ofa changing era.

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Foundation helps Georgia

The Northern Rivers committee has chipped in to help the Wheels for Georgia appeal. Georgia Molan, 11 of Alstonville, has severe brain injuries brought on through intense epileptic seizures and cardiac arrest she suffered not long after birth.

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