Tuesday October 10, 2017
Member for Mulgoa, Tanya Davies MP has congratulated the Holy Spirit Catholic Parish in St Clair upon receiving a grant worth $28,520, administered under the NSW Government’s 2016/17 Community Building Partnership Program, to contribute to the installation of an all-weather shade roof over Mirrabooka Court.
“The very essence of the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program is to support and recognise projects that encourage growth and development within our local community,” Tanya Davies said.
Tanya Davies was joined by Father Michael Belonio, Father Sumesh Illkkaparambil, Father Vincent Tran, Parish Chairperson Fleur Mathias and Parishioners David and Margaret Currie at the Holy Spirit Catholic Parish in St Clair, where the cheque was presented.
In particular, the $28,520 was used to help install a large all-weather shade roof for the local community to utilise.
“This allocation of this grant to the Holy Spirit Catholic Parish will ensure that the local community has an adequate meeting space that can be enjoyed throughout the year and is easily accessible and safe for all,” Tanya Davies said.
Parishioner David Currie said “What a great benefit to the community, this beautiful shade structure will allow our community to reach out to all. Thanks to the NSW Government we now have a place to meet.”
“I am certain the all-weather shade roof and accessible, smooth entrance will be of great benefit to local community.” Tanya Davies said
For more information on the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, please visit http://www.communitybuildingpartnership.nsw.gov.au/.