Our open day was a hit with locals

18 May, 2023

Lismore Community Hub is back better than ever.

After the formal reopening ceremony of our community hub the previous week, we recently opened the doors of our neighbourhood centre once again to the public for an open day, to celebrate national Neighbourhood Centre Week and the return to our old home at 76 Carrington Street.

The rainy weather didn’t deter community members and local service providers from joining us to connect, share stories, inspect our renovated community hub, engage in a range of fun activities, win some prizes and learn about how we support our local people and communities.

We drew several raffles, with prizes generously donated by The Smashed Avo, Fundies, Bunnings Lismore, Brad’s Butchery and Benchtop Cafe.

Our heartfelt thanks go to:

  • Coles Goonellabah
  • Lismore Lion’s Club
  • Anna’s Greek Kitchen
  • The free hot mini doughnuts team
  • Nancy from Workforce Skills and Training

We couldn’t have done it without you! Here are some photos from the day.

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Coles Goonellabah store manager Ashleigh presented our CEO Jenni with a generous donation.

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Lismore Lions Club was with us all day to provide tasty barbecue treats and refreshments.

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Nancy from Workforce Skills and Training treated us to some engaging first aid demonstrations.

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Anna’s Greek Kitchen turned up for the day to provide us with delicious food and snacks.

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The hot mini doughnuts team gave up their time all day to turn out hundreds of free, delicious treats.

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Our CEO Jenni said a few words of acknowledgement and thanks to all involved.

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Our Rainbow Region Kids team provided some fun craft activities. And, of course, lots of bubbles.

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Our community art project tied in with National Neighbourhood Centre Week, decorating colourful hearts about the benefits of connecting with locals.

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Our games included guessing the price difference between 2 baskets of groceries. The 2 people that guessed closest won the hampers!

 

If you weren’t able to make it on the day, feel free to visit us any time from 9am-4pm Monday to Friday, to see our upgraded facilities and learn about the supports we provide.

Many tracks, one road, sustaining community.

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Community Gateway is a registered charity and QIP accredited, assessed against the Quality Improvement Council Health and Community Services 7th Edition Standards.

Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work and meet, and offer our respect to their Elders past, present and future.

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