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Make ‘Spaghetti’ pozible

Local couple, Peter Nizic and Shannon Wong-Nizic, have launched a Pozible crowdfunding campaign to help raise funds to make their dream of producing a short film titled Spaghetti come true. “We have an amazing crew ready to go but without the $8000 we hope to raise, this project is unlikely to see the light of day,” says Peter. Spaghetti, which tells the story of a spaghetti-loving 8-year-old boy named Eddie, is a quirky comedy inspired by the countless enthusiastic little boys Shannon has met as a teacher at Haberfield Public School.

If you like the sound of this project and want to see the film come to life, visit pozible.com/spaghetti and pledge what you can (pledges are only processed once the target has been raised).


On your bike

Enmore resident Oliver Cashman joined a cohort of cyclists as they kicked off the inaugural Variety Cycle on March 22nd – an event that will see Oliver clock more than 4,000 kilometres over 26 days in an effort to raise funds for the children’s charity Variety. More than just a bike ride, the Variety Cycle will touch the lives of children in remote areas, as riders visit hospitals and schools, while delivering much-needed equipment and resources to the towns along the way. Oliver turned his passion for cycling into a career two years ago, starting his own bicycle mechanic business, Omafiets Dutch Bicycles, and has volunteered himself as official mechanic for this 26-day adventure ride. People can still get involved by donating, sponsoring a rider, or joining the ride themselves.

For more information visit thevarietycycle.gofundraise.com.au.


local-news-youth-weekYouth Week

The Skate Comp and Clinic will be returning to Five Dock Skate Park on April 5th in celebration of Youth Week. Come along to practise your skills with the pros from 10am and then, if you’re feeling confident, join in on the comp for a chance to win great prizes. If skating isn’t your jam, join the fun at Concord Library on April 12th instead – the Mash Bash kicks off at 6pm with plenty of games, karaoke, spray tattoos, pizza and slurpees, plus the chance to prove yourself the top sumo wrestler among your mates! To really sweeten the deal, there will also be the chance to win vouchers for JB Hi-Fi, Mooberry and Pancakes on the Rocks, plus the first 50 attendees get a free showbag! If you’re aged 12 to 18 years old, don’t miss this.

For more information, visit www.projecty.com.au.

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