Newsletter 26 August
Friday 28 August
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Sunday 13 September The State Government to review the status of the Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions.
The Spring Meals Menu offering new taste temptations will be issued in the oncoming week or so.
Please mark your selections on the menu for the entire month and return the menu to Alexia, who will then order your choices for you on a weekly basis.
A friendly reminder to all residents and especially to those that are knowingly not wearing their masks correctly.
Your mask must fit OVER your nose and mouth.
You must wear a mask as soon as you leave your apartment for any reason at all.
We would also strongly recommend you wear a mask every time you open your front door.
If you fail to wear your mask properly you are putting all at Hester Canterbury in potential risk.
If you find face masks untenable, a face shield may be an alternative option. We all have a responsibility to think of the greater good for all in our community.
It can be difficult to always remember your facemask – try leaving one hanging on your internal front door knob as a constant reminder.
You will notice there are hand sanitizers located in all the refuse rooms on all three levels – please use the sanitizer every time after depositing waste in the rubbish chute.
This Week in History…
1955 ‘’ The Guinness Book of World Records “
Compiled by student twins Norris and Ross McWhirter and published for the first time the book becomes an instant success. The book was originally owned by the Guinness Brewery (hence the name), however is now currently owned by the Jim Patterson Group ( the same group that owns Ripley Entertainment). The Guinness Book Of Records hold its own record as the world’s most copyrighted book.
1964 Walt Disney’s “Mary Poppins”
The film was directed by Robert Stevenson and starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke (playing a cockney chimney sweep), had its premiere in Los Angeles.
1979 Lord Louis Mountbatten Murdered
The second cousin of the Queen Lord Louis Mountbatten is killed when IRA members detonate a 50 pound bomb on his fishing boat in Donegal bay. Three others (including children) were also killed in the attack.
2004 Olympic Gold Medal for Australia
Australia wins our first ever Olympic men’s field hockey gold medal with a win against the Netherlands in Athens.
Week Four of the Winter Menu starts on Monday 17 August.
Please place any orders by lunchtime the Thursday before.
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