A Rotary ‘my community project’ gift for people with disabilities has opened at Whitton Park.


Thursday, 26th November 2020, we celebrated the convergence of good ideas, good people, and good work. And the result of this convergence is a stronger community, and a powerful model for progress that will inspire people all across Glenbrook and the Lower Blue Mountains.

The opening today have been made possible by a series of partnerships – partnerships that brought Rotarians, NSW State Government, Government Officials, and civic leaders together to pursue a common goal.

That common goal is the common good. This project benefits all of us: the people who will use the new facilities, the Glenbrook community as a whole, and the citizens in other communities who will be inspired and encouraged by your success.

So on behalf of the Rotary Club of Lower Blue Members, I offer heartfelt thanks to NSW State Government - My Community Project, made possible by the NSW Generations Fund, Blue Mountains City Council, whose support has been instrumental, our Local members, our wonderful community and up there at the top is Past District Governor David and Carolyn Cook who both drove this project with a vision for inclusivity for all.

Thank you to District Governor David Clark, John Stalling, Past President’s Michelle Fisher and John Van Der Meer for supporting this project and what a wonderful acknowledgement as part of our Club’s 50th Anniversary year. Thank you to all our members for always getting behind our community projects, I am so proud of you all.

Whitton Park Tree ceremony   group ribbon cutting 

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