Thursday, 22 February 2018
SPECIAL VISIT... Star of the Sea Home for the Aged, Wallaroo, residents enjoy a special visit from staff members Kirstin McDonald and Briony Waters and their children. Back: Elma Arnold, Jean Forrester, Joy Parker, John Gogilis, Leslie Gwynne; front: Clarice Miller, Kirstin with daughter Tamika, Briony with son Alex, Colin Rundle, Elizabeth Kennett, Val Gertau. SPECIAL VISIT... Star of the Sea Home for the Aged, Wallaroo, residents enjoy a special visit from staff members Kirstin McDonald and Briony Waters and their children. Back: Elma Arnold, Jean Forrester, Joy Parker, John Gogilis, Leslie Gwynne; front: Clarice Miller, Kirstin with daughter Tamika, Briony with son Alex, Colin Rundle, Elizabeth Kennett, Val Gertau.

Mums and bubs visit Star of the Sea

RESIDENTS at Star of the Sea Home for the Aged, Wallaroo, had a special visit from some of the community’s youngest members recently.

There has been somewhat of a baby boom amongst Star of the Sea staff, with seven children born in the past two years.

“Briony (Waters) had Alex two years ago and since then we’ve had six baby girls born in the past year,” Star of the Sea activities coordinator Cindy Miller said.

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