Aspirations to be shared

August 08, 2017

Tatura Men's Shed president Allan Johnston with Tatura Rotary Club volunteer Tom Perry (front) and Men's Shed members George Rath and Rob Knight (back) inside there new storage shed at the beginning of this year.

The many community organisations based in Tatura will come together this month for the annual ‘‘What’s Happening in Your Town’’ event.

Presented by the Tatura Community Plan committee, the groups and organisations will share their aspirations for Tatura.

Committee secretary Jen Pagon said there were 25 organisations present last year and it was amazing to find out about all the activities happening in the town.

‘‘Whether you are a sport or service club, school, church or community committee this event offers a five-minute opportunity to talk about your activities and aims for the future of your organisation and Tatura,’’ Ms Pagon said.

‘‘If you don’t want to talk you are welcome to set up a display or just come along and find out what’s happening in your town.’’

The Tatura Community Plan Committee will provide updates on current projects and outcomes from the current plan.

‘‘The past 12 months have seen projects come to fruition strengthened by partnerships between organisations,’’ Ms Pagon said.

‘‘This is a great opportunity to investigate possible partnerships to support your ideas for the town.

‘‘Your participation will inform the priorities for the Tatura Community Plan for 2018.’’

The event is to be held at the Tatura Senior Citizens Centre on Tuesday, August15.

The evening will begin at 6.30pm with soup and bread, speakers will start at 7pm and will conclude with supper.

Catering is sponsored by Greater Shepparton City Council and will be provided by the Tatura Senior Citizens.

■For more information or to book, contact Carl Walters at [email protected], Jen Pagon on 0407369354 or Heather East at heather.

[email protected] or on 58329478.

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