The State Government, Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV) announced the outcome of Council’s applications for the 2017/18 Community Sports Infrastructure Funding.
Glen Eira Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff said looking back over the past five decades, many generations of our community have grown up at the pool and learned to swim, met their friends, enjoyed family barbecues and spent summer evenings on the eastern mound, soaking up the last of the sun.
“As we build a new pool for future generations, we want to remember and treasure the moments that unite people and place together,” she said.
“This Exhibition is an opportunity to reflect on how our community has changed over the years from the post-war era in the 1960s to the beginning of the new millennium.
“Let’s celebrate our shared experience, bring our memories to life and open a unique window into past lives as we dive into happy childhood memories, poolside adventures and plenty of playful moments that are guaranteed to put a smile on your face,” she said.
If you would like to be featured in the Carnegie Swim Centre Community Exhibition, please submit a photo or video taken between 1965 and 2006, along with a short description of your favourite memory at Carnegie Swim Centre. Entries close Friday 30 July.
For further information and to read the terms and conditions, www.gleneira.vic.gov.au/csc-memories
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