RDA LIFE SKILLS BUILDING
HORSES AND MORE...LAND
OFFICIAL OPENING 16TH JUNE 2013
HORSES & MORE...LAND
By Kerry Souter, Administrator
After a lengthy period of planning and building, the latest project at RDA Tall Timbers Centre at Box Hill was officially opened on Sunday 16th June 2013 by Ray Williams MP. The Project’s main aim is to provide a meeting room with disabled facilities to run a Life Skills and activities Program for people with disabilities. The project was funded through a grant from the NSW Government Community Building Partnership program as well as the fundraising efforts of long time supporter Jim Moreland and donations from some very generous individuals and businesses.
Jim had an opportunity to thank everyone who assisted with the project after which he joined Ray Williams to cut the ribbon. The Centre also took the opportunity to thank Jim for all his hard work in co-ordinating the build by presenting him with a certificate and with the unveiling of the building’s new name “Horses and More...land”.
Following the ceremony the guests were able to tour the new building as well as enjoy a delicious afternoon tea on a lovely winter afternoon.
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND COMPANIES WHO MADE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LIFE SKILLS BUILDING
NSW Government Community Building Partnership
Ray Williams MP
Bank of Queensland Finance
Jim Moreland - Fundraising and Co-ordination
Bunnings Rouse Hill
CDL – David Lewis
Baulkham Hills Doors
Warren Kew, Carpenter
Attard Plumbing – George & Daniel Attard
Rouse Hill Landscape
Hills Bus Drivers
Baulkham Hills Football Club
RDA TT Volunteers
RDA TALL TIMBERS DEVELOPMENT 2008
The development at our Centre, which had been planned for a number
of years, was officially opened in 2008.
It incorporates a new multi function building which including a
designated riders’ room, a volunteers’ room, the office, the saddle rooms,
kitchen and store rooms. This will
The new horse yards were completed with the financial assistance of The Rotary Club of West Pennant Hills and Cherrybrook, with the shade cover financed by a generous donation from Joan Edwards and her Aunty Phyll.
There will by
The development will
Thank you to The Primary Club of Australia who generously assisted with the cost of the arena extension.