Latest Updates from Cedars of Lebanon Club.
Congratulations Jeanette on the wonderful work you are doing with refugees entering NZ. We are all so proud and have no doubt you are making a lot of families feel like they have a home away from home. Thank you x
Click on the above link to view photos supplied by the DCC of the streets many of the Dunedin Lebanese Community grew up in.
We were very sad to read that Dame Beverley Wakem was in an accident which caused her to break her leg. We wish her a speedy recovery and send our best wishes. Article below:
Suraya Langston has done some wonderful work in raising funds for the people of war torn Syria. Click on the link below to go to our downloads page, where you will find an audio file of her interview on Access Radio and a poster for the dance workshop she …
Click on the link below to read Richard Joseph's President's Report for the 2015 AGM. View Report
Our very own Dr Matthew Farry was interviewed last night on National Radio, talking about Integrating a strategy to deal with systemic racism - Courageous Conversations About Race. Here is the link to listen to the interview. Once again, well done Matt and thank you for being such a …
Another amazing story to share today.... Joseph Michael features in the video below on TVNZ's Breakfast show being interviewed about his recent expedition to Antarctica. Congratulations Joe, your work is spectacular.
Congratulations to Katrina Kallil who has opened her cafe in Nelson called "Suter Cafe", which is now located in Hallifax Street, opposite the public library. If you're in Nelson, make sure you pop in and taste her delicious food.
Many Dunedin Lebanese people visiting Melbourne make eating at Abla's a "must do". Abla Amad migrated to Australia from Lebanon when she was 17-years-old and opened her own restaurant in Carlton in 1979.
We send our congratulations to Abla for the wonderful achievement of being part of this year's …
Another wonderful COL Christmas Lunch was held at Glenfalloch in Dunedin last weekend. Click on the photos beside this post to scroll through them. (Thank you to Margaret Woodford who took these photos for us to enjoy). This year we had a 'Balloonologist' making balloon animals for the …