Latest Updates from Cedars of Lebanon Club.
On Saturday April 27th, in the ODT newspaper, there was a beautiful obituary for Pamela Farry. I have pasted the text from the article below, as the attached picture is a little hard to read.
You're always in our hearts, Pam.
Known for Elegance and Generosity of Spirit
PAMELA DIANA FARRY Model …
On the 18th March, our community lost a much loved, respected, and beautiful member, Pamela Farry. Our thoughts, prayers, and love are with John, Emma, Joseph, Annabel, Claudia, Olivia, and their families every day. To view Pamela's service sheet, please click here. We will miss …
Below is a link to the ODT Sport newspaper article on Anthony Rowcroft, who will participate in this year's Coast to Coast event. It's a great article talking of all Anthony's sporting achievements as well as his work as an Audiologist. Good luck Anthony, we will be cheering you on.
Hello to you all on this beautiful sunny Dunedin day,
On Wednesday 30th of January, Afife Harris appeared in the Otago Daily Times with her recipe to make Saj (Mountain) bread. Below is the link to the feature, accompanied by a fantastic video of Afife in her kitchen making the bread.
A photo of Richard Joseph and his Granddaughter Lola Tiatia visiting the cone at Cedar Grove, at the Dunedin Botanic Garden in the weekend.
We would love to receive any photos you have of your family at the Grove too, so we can put them on this website. Email …
Greetings Folks and Happy New Year,
This message is to let you know that Professor William Harris' new book "A History - Lebanon" is now available at Otago University Book Shop in Dunedin. Here is a link to the book on their website:
Click on the below link to see the article the Otago Daily Times ran for Dick Reid turning 100. What an incredible milestone. And, he's still eating at the Best Cafe in Dunedin. Happy birthday Dick, from the entire Cedars of Lebanon community in Dunedin.
As mentioned in yesterday's news item, the Lebanese flag is flying from the Mayoral Chambers in sunny Dunedin today, to commemorate Lebanon's Independence Day. Here are a couple of photos.
Hi All, Just a note to remind those in Dunedin that the Lebanese flag will be flying from the Mayoral balcony tomorrow to commemorate Lebanese Independence Day. So, if you're passing through the Octagon, remember to have a look. I will post photos of the flag in situ …
Last month a few members of the community traveled back to the homeland of Lebanon. One of those members Tony Farry has sent an email through letting us know how their trip went. It is below for your interest.
Hi Richard,I thought you may want to post this letter on …