Open­ing of com­mu­nity cen­tre cel­e­brated

South Waikato News - - OPINION -

The new com­mu­nity cen­tre cre­ated by Diane and Kelvin Lo­gan was opened to the public on Satur­day.

Barn­abas House was a multi cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ence with per­for­mances by For­est View High School as well as Samoan dancers en­ter­tain­ing the crowd.

Mr and Mrs Lo­gan thanked the 50 strong crowd for their sup­port and said the real thanks must go to God.

Deputy Mayor Jenny Shat­tock armed with scis­sors of­fi­cially opened the cen­tre to cheers.

‘‘Diane and Kelvin came to me three months ago and I sent them to the mayor. This place in­stantly ticked all the boxes for the coun­cil, it was truly meant to be,’’ Mrs Shat­tock said.

Barn­abas House is sit­u­ated at 4 An­chor Place and will be open daily be­tween 10am and 5pm. There is no charge and all are wel­come.

DANCERS: A Samoan dance was per­formed dur­ing the open­ing of the cen­tre.

CRE­ATORS: Kelvin and Diane Lo­gan ex­press their thanks to God and the com­mu­nity for their sup­port.

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