RCI Update - November

RCI Update - November

 

Rosebank Community Inc has been undergoing some changes in personnel of late – thank you to those wonderful people who’ve had to leave their positions on the committee due to other pressing needs. We are looking forward to incorporating the new energy on the committee and holding many more interesting and enjoyable gatherings in the future that will inspire many locals and those outside Rose- bank to come along and enjoy them with us.

 

 

As part of the Lismore City Council’s Community Planning Panels we have identified many things that, along with other local towns and villages included in our ‘Eastern’ sector of the LCC Shire, like Clunes and Bexhill, are interested in improving. One of these is roadside weeding and planting, to make our beautiful area even more so, and to that end we recently did a small planting of koala trees on Mackie Road, with the aim of planting more rainforest species there and along Rosebank and Repentance Creek Roads as well. A bike/walking track is also mooted for that road, and a community sign board.

We are working with Rosebank School towards a Community Picnic at Rosebank Recreation Reserve on Armstrong Road, opposite the school, for Sunday 13th December. Watch this space for more info as it gets closer.

The school is creating a food stall honesty box in the near future that parents and locals can donate to, with any excess produce, and members of RCI have been doing a garden club there and are hoping to contribute as well.

If you would like to become involved and/ or have input into what we can do with our local not-for-profit community organisation, which is owned by the people in our local area, then please contact me on 0421603253 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We are working on having a website soon, to share ideas and give updates, and holding a koala forum. If you’d like to attend a fun pre Christmas gathering at one of the halls with a kids’ movie and a smorgasbord, where we all bring a plate to share, please let us know and we can organise this get together.

Looking forward to hearing from you. In community,

Lydia Kindred

RCI President 

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