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COVID-19 Update

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As the situation related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is changing daily and Government regulation and advice regarding gatherings and social distancing, the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club has made the difficult decision to postpone are 900th dinner celebrations planned for May the 4th 2020.  Club President Shaun Threadgold told disappointed current and past members that "..due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as such for everyone's health & well-being, the upcoming 900th dinner meeting has been postponed." 40 years (almost to the day) in the making it was planned to celebrate the milestone with a special dinner meeting. That celebration will now be held over. Mr. Threadgold did leave the door ajar for a future get together. "We APEXians love to celebrate milestones, and as such I can promise the meeting will go ahead as soon as we can guarantee everyone's safety."


Stars shine at WynSpeak 2018

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Seventeen students took to the stage for the Final of the 2018 WynSpeak Competition on Wednesday 6 June, filling the audience with admiration at their courage, passion and skill in public speaking.

This year’s final was held in the Father Moran Performing Arts Centre at Thomas Carr College. In welcoming everyone to the school, the Prinical Dr Andrew Watson noted that Thomas Carr College had been the venue for the pilot program of WynSpeak in 2003 that was a competition for senior students only from Thomas Carr College and Westbourne Grammar School. The 2018 WynSpeak Competition attracted 80 students from 30 colleges in the western region of Melbourne.


Have you heard the Apex songs released in 1981?

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Did you know that in March of 2011 the Association of Apex Clubs of Australia will celebrate 80 years of service to the community? Officially formed on 11 March 1931 following preliminary meetings in 1930, the Apex Association grew rapidly across the length and breadth of the Nation and expanding into many of countries within the Asia-Pacific region..

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