Council thanks Jerra Rotary for community work
Published on 26 May 2021
Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council has thanked the Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra for their ongoing work in serving the community.
Mayor Tim Overall said that in recent months, Jerra Rotary had sponsored the delivery of several community projects both locally in Jerrabomberra and around the local government area.
"Jerra Rotary has donated four park benches, two plumbed sanitisers, two un-plumbed sanitisers and a shade sail over the Jerrabomberra Creek Park playground,” Mayor Overall said.
“They’ve also provided a defibrillator at The Q and supported the installation of an adult change-table at the public toilets in Braidwood, in conjunction with the NSW Government under the Community Building Partnership Program.
“QPRC is fortunate to have dedicated community organisations and I’d like to thank the Rotary Club of Jerrabomberra for their support of the community.”
Jerrabomberra Rotary President John Talbot said that Jerrabomberra Rotary works proactively with Council and other stakeholders to deliver projects to benefit our local community, as well as disadvantaged people around Australia and in developing countries.
“Rotary Jerrabomberra looks forward to continuing to work with Council to provide projects to the community,” Mr Talbot said.