Monday, 26 May 2014
You have provided a great foundation for us to continue the progress for our community.
We are very impressed by the quality of the picnic tables that you were able to secure for the hall grounds, and the kitchen benches are going to be a great asset to being able to hire the hall out & keep the Capertee hall alive.
Thank you also Karl for the working bee that you arranged to help clean up Pearson's lookout. That is going to be an awesome tourist attraction when it is completed!
As a result of your efforts for the hall we have organised a working bee for tomorrow (27th May 2014) with the assistance of Stan Stanford and the generous donation from Bob Miller & Greg Brown on behalf of Airly Mine (Centennial Coal) who have provided the formwork, mesh & concrete to set the slabs in place for the picnic tables.
On behalf of the Capertee Progress Association Committee,
Dorothy & Graeme
Sunday, 18 May 2014
Karl Hansen, Lesley Duncan and Benita Ribaux-Dolbel would like to thank the community for their ongoing support over the past few years.
We wish the new executive of Capertee and District Progress Association Inc. the best of luck for the future.
Tuesday, 8 April 2014
Please click here to go to the Department of Planning and Infrastructure page for the Airly Coal Mine extension project.
Monday, 3 March 2014
Persons lookout is looking a bit flash with a new black and a recently painted armco railing!
Would be nice to see it all painted and get the lazy people to take their rubbish though!