Clean-up Day: Thursday 9 March 2017

We met at the Willow Park skate park with Catholic College students and teacher, Landcare volunteers from Clyde Cameron Reserve Group and Friends of Willow Park and two staff members from Jacob Toyota.

Ross Sceriha spoke about the work done by the groups and the valued input from the students over the years. He explained why we do this work and the benefits to the community. He invited the students to monitor the development of the parks in future years.

We cleaned up the area around the skate park and barbecue area.

The President of the Clyde Cameron Reserve Group Mr John Broadfoot was interviewed by the Albury Wodonga News Weekly and this article 25 News Weekly was the result.

We then proceeded across Pearce Street into the Clyde Cameron Reserve continuing to clean up parallel to the creek, but not in the creek, and throughout the Reserve.

The girls were all treated with drinks and everyone enjoyed the morning tea supplied by Toyota reps, Rebecca Spiers and Tanya Davies.

John Broadfoot thanked all participants for their efforts and the Border Mail published the  article above on 15 March.