Welcome, Peta Williams – the newest member of our Board!

We are very excited to have Peta join  our Board at our AGM on Thursday, 9 October. Peta is the Manager of the Lower Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, has a wealth of experience and knowledge, and will be a great asset to NCNS.

The emphasis this year for the AGM was on celebrating the hard and good work NCNS staff put in throughout the past 12 months. We were honoured to have Aunty Carol perform the Welcome to Country, and the Walan Mahlee Aboriginal Girls Dance Group welcomed our guests with beautiful dances.

Joy, our fearless leader, talked about the highlights of the year, the partnerships we developed and value, and the challenges that face us. Cr Ross Fowler also spoke about the hard work he sees NCNS performing out in the community, and acknowledged our close partnership with Penrith City Council.

A delicious morning tea was then laid out, and guests were able to experience our ‘Gallery’ – a large display of photos from the teams within NCNS, showcasing the activities and programs that we have run throughout the year. The Gallery looked beautiful, and was an excellent opportunity for staff to talk to the guests about the work that makes us all so proud.

We would like to thank everyone that attended the AGM, including Cr Ross Fowler, Fiona Scott MP, and representatives from Penrith City Council; our Board, who work so diligently to support and guide NCNS; and our staff, who make differences in people’s lives every day.

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