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We had to shut the front doors to our home, but the project gave us back a beautiful window to our community

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We had to shut the front doors to our home, but the project gave us back a beautiful window to our community
Northern Gardens
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Samantha Freeman
Samantha Freeman
Group Marketing Communications Manager
March 31, 2021
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Northern Gardens residents, Linda, Carole, Rosa and Assunta’s family joined their friends and staff at the Intergenerational ‘Faces & Places’ celebration event at the Coburg Town Hall. Coburg residents from Aged Care homes and the local community joined with local school students to celebrate the project; a collaborative public art project created by older and younger community members, their drawings shared with each other and in the artists’ mural at Coburg library.

Linda, Carole and Rosa and the family of Assunta were thrilled to hear the Mayor of Coburg Cr Carli Hannan, Moreland Council CEO Cathy Henderson and one of the artists Steph speak about the residents and students beautiful contributions and to receive their Certificates of Appreciation. Lifestyle Team Leader Rebeca spoke of the positive impact for Northern Gardens residents during the Melbourne lockdown explaining ‘we had to shut the front doors to our home, but the project gave us back a beautiful window to our community’

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