St George Community Transport

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

I congratulate St George Community Transport, one of the most impactful organisations in our local area, on another successful year. St George Community Transport provides transport services to some of the most vulnerable members in our community who would otherwise have difficulty transporting themselves. This includes the frail, elderly, those with disability, their carers and a wide range of others. St George Community Transport has grown to a team of 30 employees and more than 70 volunteers, something that seemed unimaginable after its humble beginning.

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2019 Excellence in Early Childhood Education Awards

Saturday, 26 October 2019

Good evening everyone, it is an honour to be here tonight on behalf of the Premier, who sends her regards and congratulations.

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Autism Community Network Fundraiser

Thursday, 24 October 2019

In August I was pleased to attend the Autism Community Network trivia fundraiser. The Autism Community Network was founded in 2011 by Steve Drakoulis, a local dad with a son on the spectrum. The network has grown vastly over the years with the support of over 60 volunteers across New South Wales. The network does not receive any recurrent funding, but relies on fundraising and donations to continue its great work. That is why fundraising events like the trivia night are vital to the network.

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St Mark's Spring Fair

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Speaker, I recently had the pleasure of attending the St Mark’s Church Spring Fair, hosted alongside St Mark’s Preschool, which is actually the preschool I attended. This year is particularly exciting with St Mark’s Church celebrating their centenary year. This year’s festival featured the Connells Point Public School choir, as well as a mobile animal farm. The local Hurstville Fire Brigade were also there to have a chat with the community, and there was a wide array of colourful stalls set up.

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