Newsletter 23 September

October 5, 2020

Important Dates

Monday 28 September
If the average daily case rate of COVID-19  in metropolitan Melbourne is between 30-50 cases over a 14 day period, and also taking into account public health advice regarding transmission, it is expected that metropolitan Melbourne may be able to proceed into the Second Step on the above date.
As any changes occur we will keep you up to date with how these changes may affect us all.
Your compliance with the government guidelines has helped keep us all safe, keep up the great work!

Housekeeping Notices

  • If like most of us you find you have extra free time during lockdown now that Spring has well and truly arrived, please find along with this week’s newsletter a “flower themed” trivia quiz and word search.
    (Trivia quiz answers will be posted in next week’s newsletter).
    Like to be entertained or learn something on line ?Try  this is a site that is localized for Melbourne and offers all kinds of entertainment from music concerts to film reviews and public lectures (all free unless otherwise stated).
    There really is so much on offer focusing on Marvelous Melbourne that you will be spoilt for choice.

This Week in History…

September 21, 1937
J.R.R Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” published and the work has never been out of print since. (Some critics view Tolkien’s own experiences during the First World War as instrumental in shaping the story).

September 24, 1908
The first Model T Ford roles off the factory production line. The car was generally regarded as the first affordable automobile for middle class Americans, and between 1913 and 1927 the Ford factories produced more than fifteen million Model T’s.

September 26, 1969
The Beatles released the “Abbey Road Album” – the final album they recorded and it was named after the location of the EMI studios in London. In 2010 the crossing featured on the album cover was given grade two listed stature for its cultural and historical importance.

 September 28, 1928
Discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming, the drug was made medically useful in the 1940’s by a team of Oxford scientists led by Australian Howard Florey and German refugee Ernst Chain.

Week Four of the Winter Menu starts on Monday 28 September.
Please place any orders by lunchtime the Thursday before.
Bon Appetit!

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