This is Issue 9 of the Moorabbin Mirror produced by CMHS members Fran & Holger Bader , Geoffrey Paterson in February 2017
The Moorabbin Mirror reflects the history and heritage of the former City of Moorabbin — derived from Mooroobin, ‘a resting place’ in the Bunurrung spoken language. In 1994, the City of Moorabbin was integrated into the Cities of Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston and Monash.
Members are advised of the 2017 Open Day Dates, Membership Renewals, Committee Meeting Dates, and Pharmaceutical Bottle Display in February & March, the Charman Family Marigold Gardens. CMHS and GEHS coordinated a Display of Market Gardeners at Stanley's Menswear, East Bentleigh in January and February. Members attended the Re-opening of Bentleigh Station December 2016. Members attend City of Kingston Historical Network meetings. Scanning and preserving of the Original CMHS Newsletters compiled by Mr T.A.Sheehy, is proceeding with equipment purchased with the KCC Community Grant. Hedley Potts, Ceramist, exhibited at GECC Gallery November 2016. Update on the progress of the August Rietman Exhibition in October 2017 describes the 'Lone Digger' memorials in Victorian country towns. History of the establishment of Bentleigh Library.
This is Issue 9 of the Moorabbin Mirror, Newsletter of CMHS February 2017
A4 x 3 paper folded to A5 x 6pp with colour photographs
Inscriptions & markings
Moorabbin / Mirror / February 2017 Issue 9
- moorabbin mirror, bader fran, bader holger, paterson,geoffrey, stanley's menswear east bentleigh, kingston city council, glen eira city council, bentleigh railway station, pharmaceutical bottles, pharmacy, medications, charman stephen, gettens mary anne, marigold farm, rietman august, ww1 lone digger memorials, box william, box elizabeth, brighton cemetery, potts hedley, sheehy t a, cmhs original newsletters, bentleigh library,