Wolfdene strives to positively engage with the community through our Wolfdene Community program.
We run a calendar of events to enable residents and visitors to meet some of their neighbours, experience something new and enjoy their surroundings. It’s also an opportunity for us to come along, get to know people and chat about how we can make their neighbourhoods better.
In 2017, we’re working with local council and not-for-profit organisations to expand our investment in the community even wider to help address a range of key social issues.
A Weekend of Winners
A successful weekend for both VFL and VFLW teams in week 12; each bringing home the win. The newly started women’s side has shown great promise, with Josh Mahoney (General manager) stating that the team at Casey is “committed to developing the best program that they can for the girls, providing quality coaching, support staff and facilities at Casey Fields.”
Coming off their second season, AFLW players Bianca Jakobsson and Jasmine Grierson are just two familiar names who’ve made great additions to the team. The surrounding players appear motivated to play at their best, increasing their skill levels consistently, in the hopes of one day being drafted.
On the men’s team, this same motivation is clearly present, with the team continuing to climb the ladder, currently sitting at 2nd place amongst a total 15 teams.
We wish both VFL and VFLW teams the best of luck for the remainder of the season – we are confident it will be a great one!
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Fresh from a break after the World Titles in London, Morgan Mitchell (Wolfdene Community Ambassador) attended a number of local primary schools in the City of Casey to provide an insight into what it takes to be an elite athlete.Read Article
On a typically warm and windy spring day in Point Cook, Wolfdene joined forces with the Wyndham Council and students from nearby Featherbook College to collect 450 litres of rubbish from the ‘Saratoga’ wetlands.Read Article
Wolfdene Community has partnered with local business, Glascott Landscape and Civil, to build a much needed Sensory Garden at Lyndhurst Primary School.Read Article
The Wolfdene Community Program is off to a great start in 2017, partnering again with local school, Cranbourne West Primary for their much-needed Learn to Swim Program.Read Article
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