Community Spirit Alive and Well

A huge turnout attended the Fun day hosted by the Clarence Park Community Kindergarten yesterday.

It was great to see so many people come out and support the kindergarten. It was great to see too the improvement in the last few years that recent committees have managed to implement, some with grant assistance from Council.

Well done guys.

Clarence Park Kindergarten Open Day is Tomorrow

As noted in our joint newsletter distributed last week Jennie & I remind you of the Clarence Park Kindergarten’s open day which is tomorrow.

The Kindy has been a long standing neighbour in Clarence Park catering to generations of children, including my wife way back in……. might not complete that just in case she reads this blog post. Come along see what they have to offer. The wonderful staff would love to meet you and show you around the Kindy.

When: Friday 27th June      Time: 10am – 11am
Where: 5 Parker Terrace, Clarence Park  (Opposite the Train Station)   Phone: 8293 5652

The Kindy offers a play based curriculum, strong literacy and numeracy focus, shady and spacious outdoor area and a great bike track.

If you have kids of the right age please note that 2015 enrollments are now open. If only our Grand kids lived near here.

Well done & Bon Voyage Kerry Webb

Hot on the good news that the Clarence Park Community Kindergarten received a grant from Council for their proposed community garden (see previous blog) we find the Director is moving on.

Kerry Webb rejuvenated the Kindergarten when she arrived some 5 years ago.
It is with sadness of leaving a community that made her one of theirs but with joy at taking on new challenges that she moves on.
Thanks from the community of Kelvin Avenue, Parker Terrace and East Avenue Kerry and good luck in the future.
Go the Power!