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The Centralian advocate Tue 6 Jun 2017



The Centralian advocate Tue 6 Jun 2017


Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT




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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Alice Springs

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TUESDAY JUNE 6 2017 SOCIALS 23 V1 - CAVE01Z01MA Scene in Alice Creator and founder of the EJ Whitten Foundation Ted Whitten and chief executive officer of the EJ Whitten Foundation, former Hawthorn AFL player Nick Holland. BACK: Brad White, Emma Kraft, Sean Loader and Damian McGrath. FRONT: Shane Cadan, Stephen Brooks, Jason Reid Barb Low, Tanya Kirker, Dee Davies and Lyn Tieck were a colourful team. Darryl Wilson, Nick Hill and Jake Hughes were in the Gem Cave team in the 2017 EJ Whitten Alice Springs Golf Classic on Friday. Leanne Hampel, Jackson Ankers, Tony Connor and Greg Picken at the charity golf day. Chris Kneebone, David Evans, Neil Ross and Neil McLeod had a good for a great cause. Bev Ellis, Fay Saint, Julie Marshall, Tim Hawker and Max Hawker enjoyed the day. Jackie Boylan, Sarah Shacklady, Danny Boylan and Neil Phillips relaxing at the end of the day. Stephen Brooks, Damian McGrath, Dave Falkenburg and Sean Loader had a bit of fun for the camera. More than 120 golfers enjoyed a day of skill and fun at the annual EJ Whitten Golf Classic on Friday. After breakfast and a round of golf they had a barbecue lunch and were entertained by Peter Dee and former Hawthorn AFL player Nick Holland. The day supports prostate cancer awareness for mental health. Centralian Advocate photographer CHISTINE ANSORGE went along to take pictures of the day.