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Yooralla – one hundred years

One hundred years ago, Evangeline Ireland (Sister Faith) found a young disabled girl left inside a chicken coop while her parents were at work. That incident led to her establishing Victoria’s first free kindergarten for disabled children: ‘Yooralla’ (an Aboriginal word meaning ‘place of love’).

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Easter Services 2019

18 April – Holy/Maundy Thursday
19 April – Good Friday
21 April – Easter Sunday

A list of Easter Services in Burwood and surrounding neighbourhoods.

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