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Sons of the West Movie Screening

Sons of the West

‘MAN to MAN’ shows the story of five men and their journey through the 2016 Sons of the West Program.

The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation have partnered with Melton City Council to deliver the Sons of the West which is a FREE health program for men aged 18 and over living, working and recreating in Victoria’s west. It consists of programs aimed to improve men's mental health and physical health through a series of workshops, presentations, events and experiences. The ‘Premiership Season’ is the second of three programs run over the calendar year.

On 11 May 2017, people enjoyed a free inspirational documentary exploration of the 'Sons of the West' at the Melton Library and Learning Hub.  The 2016 Premiership Cup also made an appearance so they could get their photo taken with it.

Please visit the Sons of the West website to download the latest program information.

Image courtesy of Sons of the West

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