Devils' Angels Game Day

Wantirna South Football Club

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Devils’ Angels Luncheon

On Saturday 26th of May, 2018, Lustrous Events – Stage 2 Diploma of Event Management students from William Angliss – organised the Devil’s Angels Game Day Luncheon to raise money for Wantirna South Football Club.

Lustrous Events were thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase their abilities and apply the skills learnt throughout their studies.

The event was a great success, from the enthusiastic involvement of guests with the karaoke, photo wall, silent auction, raffle prizes and stalls, to the sophisticated styling of the room.

With the generosity of community sponsors, we obtained over 30 raffle and silent auction prizes, which raised over $2000 for the club.

The professionalism and efficiency of each team member, made it possible for the Luncheon to be an enjoyable and memorable day for the guests.

-Lustrous Events Team

 

Great Chefs Dinner with Jeffrey Tan and friends

A group of five stage one Diploma of Event Management students (Anita Tsui, Leah Bettin, Julia Buceto, Rita Ngu, Tanya Nguyen) assisted in organising a Great Chefs Dinner on Saturday 26th of May 2018. For this event, Jeffrey Tan and friends; Ikuei Arakane, Michael Lambie and Sonia Anthony joined efforts to raise funds for the Australian Culinary Federation Young Chefs Club. To date, chef Jeffrey Tan has already raised more than 4 million dollars towards various foundations through his organisation Cooking for Charity.


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96 guests attended on the evening, for the four course meal with matching wines sponsored by Rutherglen Estate, and canapes. An introduction to each meal was given by the chef who created it.  The theme was Greenery Night based on the organic theme of Australian Culinary Federation and represents the growing young chefs. Most of materials were from Angliss Raingarden, including the herbs and plants from the herbal garden, which adds natural vibe for the dinner and makes William Angliss stand out.
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The night was a success and the guests gave positive feedback. The student chefs were given the chance to learn from some very skilled chefs and it was a great experience for the event management team and the wait staff involved. A lot of money was raised and it was and enjoyable night for all.

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William Angliss Institute Foundation Golf Day 2017

The 2017 William Angliss Foundation Golf Day was held on the 22nd of November at the Medway Golf Club in Maidston. The event management team, Birdie Events, worked closely with Stuart Walsh and Anne Kavenagh  to plan the day.

The 3 key objectives were to strengthen the relationships with key suppliers, to create a William Angliss Institute branded and promoted event, and for guests to network and share business experiences.

The WAI Golf day began early with a tasty breakfast BBQ provided by William Angliss chefs. The coffee cart provided by the WAI Coffee Academy, was a big hit, & kick-started  the players. Throughout the day the WAI food and beverage station  served coffee, cold refreshments and snacks.. We also had a gelato station which had an amazing choice of flavours and a highlight in the  35 degree heat.

Overall it was a successful day, with lots of food, interaction, relationship building and most importantly, fundraising for the William Angliss Institute Foundation.

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Lord Somers Camp and Power House Buffet Lunch

Buffet Lunch held on the 7th May 2017.

This lunch was held to raise money to help fund youth camps that are involved in the program offered by the Lord Somers Camp and Power House organisation. At the camps they develop interpersonal skills helping them to grow as individuals.
It was also held to welcome a new member to the committee in a social and warming manner.

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The lunch was highly successful and rewarding experience for our team, Zest events.

Our beverage coordinator, Ollie enjoyed his experience behind the bar and found the hospitality team worked efficiently and were a great asset to the group dynamic.

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Emma our stylist, created a rustic vibe to the restaurant with the inclusion of fresh flowers and gentle music in the background. The dimmed lighting complimented the aesthetic and our clients were extremely impressed with Emma’s efforts.

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Our superstar front of house, Isabella performed exceptionally on the day leading our team to success. She was confident in her actions and provided clear and direct instructions guiding the hospitality class.

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The event ran smoothly and was an incredible opportunity for our team to grow as event managers.

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Jacqui Chard, Isabella Jack, Ollie Nolan, Emma Vandenham.

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Unveiled: Wedding Dresses through the Ages

“Unveiled: Wedding Dresses Through the Ages” was a wedding dress exhibition held by Open Williamstown, to raise funds for the Cancer Council.

The William Angliss Diploma of Events team managing the exhibition was Beyond Events, consisting of of Claudia, May, Crista, Chan and Ann.

It was held during Mothers Day Weekend (13-14 of May 2017) at Holy Trinity Church, Williamstown.

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150 people attended and $4,000 was raised over the two afternoons.

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Afternoon tea and cakes were kindly donated by William Angliss, Slay bakes and Kitty Pimms. Guests enjoyed tiramisu, wedding cake, cupcakes and brownies.

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Live entertainment  included performances by Kathy Lang, and the Angelicats. Soft background music also added to the ambiance. Pastel themes of floral, lace,  pinks and whites, enhanced the church decor.

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Overall the event was a great success and the team had a great experience working with our client, Barbara Phoenix from Open Williamstown.

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Ladies Who Lunch at Wantirna South Football Club

Ladies Who Lunch is an annual event held at Wantirna South Football Club which aims to gather together all the women related to the Club for socialising, entertainment, food and wine.

The 20th of May of 2017, the clubrooms became a pink Ladies venue, for the Pink Ribbon Appeal. 65 women enjoyed the comedian Justine McInerney, and Kerry Freer, the special guest speaker, who having survived breast cancer, delivered a most poignant presentation of her journey.

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Our team, Main Events, enjoyed organising an external event. The feedback was mostly positive, but even the negative was a real learning experience. We also reached  the objective of raising enough money to update the sound system at the club.

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