Churchill-Waverley embraces multiculturalism

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Churchill-Waverley Golf & Bowls Club in Melbourne opens its doors to the multicultural community in the form of two events in March, both on the Rowville (Waverley) site.

The club attaches great importance to cultural diversity and inclusion, both within the club and in the wider community, so that events will celebrate and acknowledge this important aspect of community life.

A multicultural – Women in Sport day will be held on Wednesday 27 March and will be about 18 holes followed by a lunch and guest speaker.

A multicultural golf and bowls challenge follows on Saturday 30 March. This is a team event of four players and includes lunch, 18-holes and a cocktail reception.

Victoria's Golf Operations and State Manager of Golf Australia, Therese Magdulski said, "The events are a great way to involve very important groups in our community." Diversity and inclusion are key areas in Gulf Australia's strategic priorities. "

Peter Barnes, Club Captain of Churchill-Waverley Golf and Bowls Club said: "Churchill-Waverley Golf and Bowls Club is excited about the prospect of welcoming everyone, local community clubs, groups, business networks / councils, individual golfers and bowlers are encouraged to join to take. "

The representation of players of multicultural heritage is encouraged

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Multicultural women in sport:

Multicultural Golf & Bowls challenge:

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