15 June, 2024
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Celebrating 23 Years of Community Unity: The Wehbe Family and the Ladies of the Gospel


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For 23 years, the Wehbe family, in collaboration with the Ladies of the Gospel, has been a cornerstone of the local community, uniting residents in a common purpose. This year, we had the pleasure of participating in their Grand Morning Tea, held at the Wehbe residence in Oatlands. This event was dedicated to supporting the Cancer Council’s noble cause, highlighting the community’s commitment to making a positive impact.

The gathering was a testament to the strength and unity of the local Maronite families and included the presence of numerous political figures and community leaders. Among the distinguished attendees were the Hon. Dr. Andrew Charlton, Julia Finn MP, Pierre Esber, Paramatta Mayor, and several other esteemed community friends and leaders. Their participation underscored the broad support for this remarkable initiative.

The atmosphere at the Grand Morning Tea was both heartwarming and inspiring. It was moving to see so many individuals come together, united by a shared goal of supporting cancer research and patient care. The Wehbe family and the Ladies of the Gospel have once again demonstrated that community unity is an unstoppable catalyst for positive change.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Wehbe family and the Ladies of the Gospel for their tireless efforts and unwavering dedication to this cause. Their work not only raises vital funds for the Cancer Council but also strengthens the bonds within our community, fostering a spirit of solidarity and mutual support.

The success of the Grand Morning Tea serves as a powerful reminder of what can be achieved when a community comes together. We look forward to many more years of collaboration and shared purpose, inspired by the example set by the Wehbe family and the Ladies of the Gospel.

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