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Thanks Wyndham! You're awesome.

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Once again Wyndham, you support has been amazing! Our 2020 Christmas sales were again a huge success with valuable funds raised to be used for important community projects right here in our great city. Apex Club President, Mr. Shaun Threadgold was extremely pleased with the results, considering the uncertainty surrounding the project in the lead up to Christmas. "We were really concerned that the Chief Health Officers directions and the COVID-19 lockdown was going prevent us from running our Christmas tree sales this year" he said. "Thankfully, the restrictions were eased just in time for us to be able to set up shop and sell our great Christmas trees, albeit with some COVID-safe restrictions".

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We're back! Christmas Tree sales 2020 to go ahead

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After months of lockdown and COVID-19 confusion, the Chief Health Officer restrictions have lifted just in time to allow our annual Christmas tree sales to go ahead. Relieved members of the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club were fearful that their annual fund raiser would not be able to be held this year. Club President, Shaun Threadgold said that many of the Club's projects were at risk if the Christmas tree sales couldn't go ahead. "Each year, we raise vital funds through the sale of our Christmas trees to financially support a number of local and wider causes as well as funding our community projects" he said.

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SAFE PL8 at The Wyndham Classics Car Club Show & Shine

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The Hoppers Crossing Apex Club was involved in another SAFE PL8 event on the 24th of March at the Wyndham Classics Car Club organised Show & Shine held at Overton Road in Williams Landing.

show shineHoppers Crossing Apex Club member Shaun Threadgold being presented with a certificate of thanks from James and Joanne from the Wyndham Classics Car Club.

The day saw many classic and modified cars, as well as trucks on show. Those who wished to benefit from having their number plate screws replaced with anti-theft screws, were well attended to by our club.

Many thanks to the Wyndham Classics Car Club for the opportunity, and Wyndham City Council and Victoria Police for their work in promoting the number plate screw replacement at the event.

Fitting anti-theft number plate screws to your vehicle is one of the most effective measures to prevent your number plates being stolen and used in various forms of crime.

For further information, please visit the following website: www.police.vic.gov.au/safepl8 or alternatively contact 03 9829 1139.

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2018 Christmas Tree sales information

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The Hoppers Crossing Apex Club will once again be selling Christmas trees from their club shed, located in Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing - right next door to the Hoppers Crossing Fire Brigade Station (opposite the Encore Events Centre). Trees will be on sale across two weekends only - the 1st, 2nd, 8th and 9th of December between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm, so you will need to get in quick to ensure you don't miss out. There is nothing better to get you into the Christmas spirit than the beautiful smell of a real pine Christmas tree in the house so make sure you support the community service activities of the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club and secure your Apex Christmas tree for 2018.

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Apex helping to reduce crime

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The Hoppers Crossing Apex Club have partnered with the Wyndham City Council and Victoria Police to conduct a Safe Plate day at the Hoppers Crossing Shopping Centre today (Saturday 24 November 2018). The free project entailed Apex Club volunteers replacing standard number plate screws with 'one-way' anti-theft screws. A free barbeque was also provided to allow community members to stop and have a 'snag in bread' whilst their number plate screws were being replaced.  

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