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Tonia Wilcox, founder of the Save the Silver Ball and Fletcher's Gardens Facebook page.  The Facebook page was a key element in galvanisng our community to share photos, stories and hope for the Fletcher Jones Pleasant Hill site in Warrnambool.  The Silver Ball and gardens are the most loved and visible aspect of the site.  

Here is Tonia (dressed as the Silver Ball) with her daughter, Jenna at a community picnic in the FJ gardens.  These annual picnics celebrate the renewal of the site since Dean Montgomery bought it and saved it from ruin in 2014.  

Tonia Wilcox, founder of the Save the Silver Ball and Fletcher's Gardens Facebook page, dressed as the Silver Ball with daughter Jenna,  fundraising at the 2016 community picnic in the FJ gardens for lighting up the silver ball on the city skyline.  Photo: Rosana Sialong
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