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Wynspeak goes viral!

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The hugely successful Hoppers Crossing Apex and Rotary youth public speaking project, Wynspeak has featured on the world stage, with a promotional video being uploaded to the YouTube web site. Filmed and edited by local production company, Rovick Productions the two and a half minute video features clips of a number of speakers from the 2010 competition and is hosted and narrated by Stewart Greig. Stewart, from Wyndham's Youth Services and son of Hoppers Crossing Apex Club senior active member Doug Greig, hosted the 2010 event held at Victoria University.

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Out in the cold for homeless

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Wyndham residents Amanda Casey and Elizabeth Barker braved a cold and rainy night in the eastern suburbs to experience a night in the life of Melbourne's homeless. Run by Apex Victoria, the sleep-outs give members a taste of the daily hardships of those without a roof over their heads.

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30 years of helping out in Hoppers Crossing

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Thirty years of dedicated service to the Wyndham community will be celebrated by the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club on Monday. It was formed from the Werribee Apex Club in 1979, receiving its official charter on November 15, 1980.

The 31 founding Hoppers Crossing Apexians contributed 482 hours of service in their first year. Although the club now has only 14 members, they contributed more than 1500 community service hours in the past year.

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Hoppers Crossing Apex gets behind Pink Ribbon Day

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On the 23rd of October 2010, members from the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club were again involved in the selling of Pink Ribbon Day merchandise, this year at the Hoppers Crossing Shopping Centre. Pink Ribbon Day raises awareness and much needed funds to support women with breats cancer and related research projects. Over $350 was raised on the day which will go towards the valuable work that the Cancer Council does to fund breast cancer research, prevention and support services.

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Daffodil’s Bring Hope

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Come August each year, the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club members find themselves surrounded by a sea of yellow merchandise, all in the name of raising funds for the Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day, and 2010 was no exception.

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