North Wangaratta storyboards among state’s best, vyving for title
THE North Wangaratta Historic Storyboard Trail is a finalist in the Cultural Heritage category of the Keep Victoria Beautiful Awards.
Sabina Wills, chief executive officer of Keep Victoria Beautiful presented members of the North Wangaratta Community Group with their finalist award on Monday evening at The Vine Hotel.
The large number of members present at the meeting were thrilled to learn this outstanding project made the finalist ranking.
Rural City of Wangaratta Councillor Harvey Benton added his congratulations to the group for their achievements, not only the storyboards, but how the group is working to enhance the ultimate in liveability within the community.
The five storyboards are located in four strategic sites along the Murray to Mountain Rail Trail from Reedy Creek to Bowser.
The winners will be announced at the 2018 Tidy Towns Awards which will be held on October 13 at George Kerford Hotel in Beechworth.
PROUDLY NORTH WANGARATTA: Celebrating their achievement to reach the finals of the Keep Victoria Beautiful Awards were (standing from left) Ian Ladgrove, Joe Caruso, Clive Pullen, Cr Harvey Benton, Sue Chatfield, Brien Jones, Rob Steel, Brian Reid, Rob Chatfield, John Booth and John Walker, (seated from left) Marg Pullen, Mary Caruso and Jenny Gilmartin with Sabina Wills (chief executive officer of Keep Victoria Beautiful).