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Journeys : October November 2009
www.rochesbeachliving.com.au State of the Art Independent Units • 24 hour Emergency Response • Beautiful Gardens & Community Centre • Close to Shops, Restaurants and Beach • 2 & 3 Bedroom Units Available • On Site Care Taker • Maximising Lifestyle, Minimising Stress Call John Crane to inspect. Free call 1800 246 418 Insurance matters A regular column from RACT Insurance CEO Trent Sayers As the football season winds up, I look back with some satisfaction on the support of R ACT Insurance for the competition this year. During the course of the season I've received many expressions of thanks for our sponsorship, which is aimed at nurturing the new Statewide League -- not so much for the sake of the league itself, as for the Tasmanian community which so enthusia stically contributes to it. What first attracted us to this sponsorship was the grass-roots nature of the game. Every community in Tasmania is involved, and we have a long and proud record of supporting Tasmanian communities. Whether it's devising the Tasmanian Youth Portrait Prize for emerging young artists, our involvement in Project U-Turn, which helps to rehabilitate young offenders and at-risk groups, our liaison and lobbying to get a better deal for acquired brain injury sufferers, or staff work in charity orga nisation s, our sponsorship efforts are all aimed at helping make a better Tasmania. AFL Tasmania tells us that that some 100,000 Tasmanians are actively involved in football each weekend of the footy calendar. It's not just a game in Tasmania -- it's part of the fabric of every city and town. Footy brings the community together, but it relies on the efforts of many people, in many different ways, in many different Tasmanian communities. Crucially, from our point of view, much of this support is volunteer-based. That's why we supported the Statewide League and we're now looking at new ways in which we can increase our involvement next season, with a particular emphasis on assisting the volunteer base for the game. So in term s of community support, this has been a good year for us, with a most successful Youth Portrait Prize, and a great start to the new Statewide League. Life on the move October / November 09 24
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