Tran­si­tion team cel­e­brates

The Tatura Guardian - - News -

Tran­si­tion Tatura cel­e­brated Christ­mas early this year meet­ing at the Tatura Ho­tel for ameal to dis­cuss the year that was and all to be thank­ful for.

High­lights for 2018 in­clude suc­cess­ful road­side (Adopta-Road) rub­bish col­lec­tions in May and Novem­ber, Boomerang Bag seed fund­ing, a 12-step guide to lower en­ergy bills flyer and Prac­ti­cal Liv­ing Sem­i­nars.

Mem­ber Ross Mu­solino said the group would con­tinue to meet ev­ery fourth Wed­nes­day of the month at 7.30 pm at Tatura Com­mu­nity House (en­ter via rear, car-park en­trance).

‘‘Plans for 2019 will in­clude ‘The Power of Youth’, work­ing with both schools in Tatura and fo­cus­ing on our young peo­ple,’’ Mr Mu­solino said.

Ex­am­ples will in­clude pre­sen­ta­tions at Tatura Pri­mary School and Sa­cred Heart Pri­mary and a film fes­ti­val in late Au­gust with short films made by lo­cal young peo­ple.

‘‘There will be prizes,’’ Mr Mu­solino said.

More than 10 mem­bers at­tended the cel­e­bra­tion to cheer the year of suc­cess­ful projects to pre­serve the fu­ture of Tatura’s green foot­print.

Party mode: Tran­si­tion Tatura cel­e­brates the year that was.

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