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Gaye Crispin
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Doing what I can, with what I have, where I am.
Doing what I can, with what I have, where I am.

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Young Adult Certificates Presented to Newest Max Potential Graduates


Young Adult Certificates Presented to Newest Max Potential Graduates #Dobell #CoastTimes #CentralCoast Coast Times News, Central Coast, Gaye Crispin, July 2015, Karen McNamara
KAREN MCNAMARA MP, Member for Dobell
MAX POTENTIAL LEADS THE WAY
At the end of another successful programme Karen McNamara, MP was able to present the Young Adult certificates to the newest Max Potential graduates during the final showcase held on Wednesday afternoon.
Surrounded by inspirational young adult and community projects, all designed to create a positive change in the community, it was evident the Max Potential programme is all about growing leaders.
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Supreme Poultry wins a victory in the Land and Environment Court
Supreme Poultry, a small-scale chicken processing company has had a big win in the Land and Environment Court.

The company will be allowed to continue slaughtering chickens on Mangrove Mountain, after Gosford Council gave the company the go-ahead to convert part of its processing plant into an abattoir earlier this year.
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http://coasttimes.com.au/zoo-and-snooze-executive-sleepout-raises-funds-for-homeless/
The ‘Zoo and Snooze’
by Gaye Crispin

This year’s one night Networking Sleepout at the Australian Reptile Park will be held on Friday 7th August 2015.

Zoo and Snooze Executive Sleepout aims to raise funds and awareness of the issues surrounding homelessness on the Central Coast of NSW.

The Sleepout connects executives, business owners and their staff with what homeless people experience every night.

Although a one night sleepout can never truly share what being homeless is like, it can help open our eyes a little.

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