A work from our President
Welcome to the April edition of our newsletter. I was out weeding near the Morialta section of Fourth Creek this morning, and thought I could use the time to think of a few words for the newsletter
Unfortunately, I was distracted at first by the Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoos in the big old Gum trees, then by a family of a Flycatchers, followed by tiny copperhead skinks and a large kangaroo. And so the morning went, looking for weeds, noticing the plants, animals, birds and reptiles, & sharing these observations with others.
The last 3 months have been busy, with all of our Projects receiving some attention. A big thanks to our Project Coordinators and their teams. JBS&G staff and families also attended the Amber’s Gully event. It is great to see this relationship growing.
Your Committee has also been busy, and the list below shows our on Park achievements aimed at supporting our Project Coordinators. We have not run out of things to do, as our “to list” currently includes about 40 other jobs.