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Update ***The special planting day scheduled for Wednesday 21st July has been postponed due to extended Covid-19 restrictions. Thank you to volunteers who responded. We hope to have a rescheduled planting day in the near future and we look forward … Continue reading
NEWSLETTER JUNE 2021 KANANOOK CREEK INDIGENOUS BOTANIC GARDENS Council have shocked KCA by downgrading their proposed vision for the Kananook Creek Indigenous Botanic Gardens to a “garden” just before community consultation. Why?” No explanation was provided and no consultation was … Continue reading
At today’s Australia Day ceremony at Frankston Art Centre, our own Rob Thurley was honoured by Mayor Kris Bolam, in the presence of many other dignitaries, by being named “Frankston Senior Citizen for 2021”. The dedication from the Mayor reflected … Continue reading
Great News! We have the go ahead (from DHHS via FCC) to resume KCA Working Bees! We are looking forward to catching up with our lovely volunteers. To ensure everyone’s health and safety, working bees must adhere to Covid-safe guidelines. … Continue reading
The text only version of our Spring newsletter is now available on our News Page. The newsletter is also available in .pdf format (below) so that you can download it and share it with your friends.
AGM The Kananook Creek Association Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 6th August at 8.00 pm at Seaford Community Centre. Please see newsletter for further details and alternative AGM (via Zoom) arrangements should Covid-19 restrictions intervene. News Other … Continue reading
Dear Friends of Kananook Creek Association, Leading up to the AGM, we have had 3 of our 5 committee members retire this year and we are no longer able to form a quorum. Despite several requests for volunteers, we are unable … Continue reading