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Pat passes torch to Rosie

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Tomorrow Today has a new Executive Officer with Rosie Koop named as successor to former Benalla Mayor Pat Claridge. Ms Koop said that Ms Claridge made a remarkable contribution to the Benalla community through her work with Tomorrow Today during the past nine years. “Our Education Benalla program now consists…

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Work continues for Foundation

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“Our office is closed, but our work continues” was the message Tomorrow Today delivered to the Benalla community at the end of March. Since then, Tomorrow Today staff have been busy learning how to create digital content and facilitate online groups so that Benalla families can continue to participate in…

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Our Office is Closed. But Our Work Continues

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Firstly, we send all of you our best wishes. These are challenging times and we trust you are beginning, as we are, to find new routines that enable you to connect with others while maintaining a distance. Our office is closed Tomorrow Today’s face-to-face programs have been placed on hold…

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Fun In Benalla

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“We have worked so hard. And we have achieved,” said one triumphant young person after the presentation that concluded a two-day digital workshop run by Tomorrow Today during the school holidays. Twenty-one young people had taken the opportunity to help create a digital solution to a local community issue. The…

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Open Garden Success

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The Friends of Tomorrow Today recently held their first major fundraising event, with the very successful Marangy Open Garden during the Benalla Festival. There was great interest in the large garden which was beautifully presented, according to Tomorrow Today Executive Officer, Pat Claridge. “The very significant contribution of a great…

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