Warrnambool Community Garden recently held its AGM and elected a new committee of management to takes us forward into a bright future. Julie Eagles (pictured above) was elected as the new Convenor and heads a talented, varied and enthusiastic group of people who in turn provide leadership for a membership base of more than 80 people. For more information and other enjoyable reading, check out the just-released 2014 summer edition of the newsletter on the news-newsletter page of this website. The new committee members are:
Julie Eagles – Convenor
Geoff Rollinson – Deputy Convenor
Peter Jackman – Treasurer
Fiona Golding – Assistant Treasurer
Hannah Chisholm – Secretary
Christian Schutlink – Assistant Secretary
Clare Vaughan – Committee Member
Terry Lowen – Committee Member
Pam Roy – Committee Member
Get ready folks – it’s gonna be a Rotten Day Out at the garden on November 15 – come learn about compost, worms, wicked weed tea and other rotten stuff!
Learn how to prune fruit trees to make them more productive. Peter Austin will lead the way on August 24…another learning opportunity through Warrnambool Community Garden.
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The Annual General Meeting of Warrnambool Community Garden Inc . will be held at the HUB on Wednesday November 13, 2013 at 7.30pm, followed by the normal monthly members meeting at approximately 8pm and immediately following the AGM. Click on Members only page for more information.
Collage of the DW activities- Foxhow keeping the “Josie’s Wall” drystone wall builders entertained, Lisa and Kate carrying the dubious honour of awarding sticky finger and wacky pot plant prizes and the inimitable Kylie Treble saving ugly veggies!
There were activities galore at the Dirty Weekend..this excellent panorama from member Phil Wilson tells the story quite well. From drystone walls to ugly veggies, sticky fingers competition and the like there was something for all on the day. Thanks to our members, City Council, The Standard and Ace Radio and a host of other supporters we were able to record the day a huge success.