Hills highlights . . .

All things Bollywood:  Fiji-born Bollywood singing sensation Sumeet Tappoo was the highlight of the Sydney Hills Business Chamber Business After Five dinner meeting last week. The Bollywood-themed night held at Kashi Indian Restaurant in Annangrove Road also featured dancing queen Palvi Warden from Road 2 Bollywood. Picture: Stilz Fotografika
All things Bollywood: Fiji-born Bollywood singing sensation Sumeet Tappoo was the highlight of the Sydney Hills Business Chamber Business After Five dinner meeting last week. The Bollywood-themed night held at Kashi Indian Restaurant in Annangrove Road also featured dancing queen Palvi Warden from Road 2 Bollywood. Picture: Stilz Fotografika
Winning smiles:  There were smiles all round when federal Member for Berowra Philip Ruddock MP visited Cherrybrook’s Tangara School for Girls this week to present the prize to the winner of the Christmas card competition. Student Imogen Deretic (pictured with Mr Ruddock) received a book. He also presented a book to the school library, which was accepted by school captain Mafe Bravo.

Winning smiles: There were smiles all round when federal Member for Berowra Philip Ruddock MP visited Cherrybrook’s Tangara School for Girls this week to present the prize to the winner of the Christmas card competition. Student Imogen Deretic (pictured with Mr Ruddock) received a book. He also presented a book to the school library, which was accepted by school captain Mafe Bravo.

Sleep given up:  Castle Hill RSL Gymnastics Club raised $1600 for beyondblue, which helps people with depression and anxiety. The club’s coaching team of women’s and trampoline sports programs volunteered their sleep to entertain 50 athletes through the night in support of the cause. Pictured is C2K centre manager Carlos Garcia, former NSW premier and beyondblue board member Morris Iemma, and RSL gymsports co-ordinator Jane Cooke.

Sleep given up: Castle Hill RSL Gymnastics Club raised $1600 for beyondblue, which helps people with depression and anxiety. The club’s coaching team of women’s and trampoline sports programs volunteered their sleep to entertain 50 athletes through the night in support of the cause. Pictured is C2K centre manager Carlos Garcia, former NSW premier and beyondblue board member Morris Iemma, and RSL gymsports co-ordinator Jane Cooke.