Over the past 12 months Fulton Hogan has been undertaking the complex challenge of widening Victoria’s second longest road bridge – the E.J. Whitten Bridge – They are now approximately 60% complete and currently undertaking work at the highest point – 54m above the Maribyrnong River.
Williamstown Walk for Men’s Health
The Walk for Men’s Health is now in it’s fourth year and is held in the honour of Graeme “Creamy” Davis, a local sporting legend.
AFL Masters National Carnival
The carnival was played in Geelong, and we saw teams from all over Australia compete in perfect weather conditions.
Grand Final Lunch
The E.J. Whitten TAB Grand Final lunch was another great day with the 800 people in attendance enjoying the guest speakers and the fantastic auction prizes.
Chemist Warehouse Legends Game
September is not only finals footy time, but also International Prostate Health Awareness Month. The E.J. Whitten Foundation was front and centre in all things men’s health and AFL Finals throughout a busy September.
The 2017 WRFL dedicated E.J. Whitten Foundation men’s health round was once again a great community awareness campaign for men’s health.
The Sons of the West
The Sons of the West program has provided a great platform for men of the West to discuss health matters.
The EJ Whitten Cup
The match is played in honour of EJ between the Western Bulldogs and Essendon.
The Drain Man AFL Barwon Rivalry Round
This was a great night with 294 people in the room, we will look to crack the 300 mark in 2018.
AFL MASTER Vic Metro
On a Sunday in July we ventured down to Ascot Vale to see the Ascot Vale Panthers take on the Parkdale Vultures.