LUGARNO

naturally beautiful

Our MissionView Our Newsletter

Welcome to Lugarno Progress Association


WE WANT YOU

Welcome to the Lugarno Progress Association! We are proud of the history of our beautiful suburb and value the contribution made by LPA members over the many years that the Association has been operating.

We want to keep the Association fresh with new members, new ideas and the enthusiasm and passion that comes with different people working together in community. We have bush walks around the suburb with local historians describing the sites of Aboriginal inhabitation as well as the early settlers oyster farming and timber cutting sites. We get involved in Clean Up Australia Day and National Tree Planting Day to mention just a few opportunities to beautify Lugarno.

Due to Covid restrictions, our meetings are held on the first Monday evening of every second month for 2021. Look for the banner displayed near the Chivers Hill shopping centre to remind you of the next meeting. We have a variety of guest speakers coming along to keep us informed about various topics. Come along as a visitor or join the Association so you can vote on resolutions. Either way you’ll meet some of the locals.

Please feel free to talk to some of the Committee members about things you’d like to be raised at meetings or to offer whatever skills you have to the running of the Association. There are many things we’d like to do around Lugarno, but we need the expertise of the locals to help!

Download a Membership Application or call into the Pool Shop for a copy.

We Have a Beautiful Suburb

Help keep Lugarno beautiful by joining Lugarno Progress Association and getting involved.


 

Next LPA meeting

Date: Monday 3 May 2021
Time: 7:15 for 7:30pm
Location: Church Hall Anglican Church,
3a Old Forest Road Lugarno
Or join us via zoom, details below
Speaker: Dr Ricky Spencer
Floating Habitat Islands as a possible community solution for turtles and other wildlife
at Webbs Dam

Speaker Details: Dr Ricky Spencer is The head of WildLab and  Senior Lecturer of Zoology at UWS, a member of the School of Science and Health, and a member of the Hawkesbury Institute.

He has spent 15 years actively working on vertebrate pests, as well as evaluating optimal fox management strategies for managing nest predation on turtles and water birds.

Zoom Details

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89057098760?pwd=Q3k1eFpKQWE1VkdObmxCKy9reDNEdz09
Meeting ID: 890 5709 8760 Passcode: 162982
One tap mobile+61280156011,,89057098760#,,,,*162982# Australia
+61370182005,,89057098760#,,,,*162982# Australia
Dial by your location+61 2 8015 6011 Australia

Covid:
Those wishing to attend meetings will be required to register prior to the meeting. We have a NSW Services QR code, as well as an attendance record.

Meetings are subject to the Public Health orders. Please familiarise yourself with our Covid Safety Plan.

The management committee reiterates to not attend if you are feeling ill.

Next Meetings

3 May, 5 July, 6 Sept, November to be confirmed, 6 Dec – Christmas Nibbles

Annual Dinner

Missing our annual dinner? We need enthusiastic volunteers to make it happen this year. Please contact President Michael Spring, 04120640896, and help us return to normal with our Annual Dinner.


 

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Executive for 2021

President:
Vice President
Treasurer:
Secretary (2):
Committee:
Michael Spring
Ross Simon
Peter Gayton
Vacant
Bill Tobin
Lynne Slattery
Kathy Wilson
Emma Peich

Membership Fees

LPA membership fees fall due in February.
Fees are $15 per year or $30 for three years.

Payment may be made by

Direct Deposit

Account name: Lugarno Progress Association
BSB no: 062234
A/c no: 00800026

Please put a reference on the payment,
e.g.: “J Smith 1 year membership fee”

Download a Membership Application