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The plaque commemorates the 70 years of APEX service to the community.

In 1931, three young architects, looking to make a contribution to their local community of Geelong Victoria, decided to create Apex. By Christmas that year, clubs in Albury, Ballarat, Camperdown and Warrnambool had established. Over the past seven decades, Apex has chartered more than 1,000 local groups and more than 200,000 younger Australians have learnt key skills whilst making a practical contribution to the common good. Apex's three founders, Ewan Laird, Langham Proud and John Buchan were motivated by a simple creed: citizenship, fellowship and service.


Address:East Terrace, APEX Park, Kingston SE, 5275
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -36.826304
Long: 139.860196
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:Culture
Approx. Event Start Date:1931
Approx. Event End Date:2001


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 21st October, 2001
Front Inscription

The Apex Club of Kingston SE
Chartered 16-11-1968

Recognising 70 years of Apex and the contribution of all
Apexians and their families - past, present and future.

A time capsule is herein entombed, to be opened in 2031.
This plaque was unveiled on 21-10-2001

Source: MA
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