The Association is an apolitical incorporated body which provides an opportunity for the people of Sisters Beach to get to know each other and to discuss relevant issues and concerns: pursues actions on these issues and concerns by taking them to the relevant individuals, organisations and government departments; and acts in practical and caring ways for the benefit of the community and local environment.
The day was a huge success. Thanks to Betta Milk, Bayviews Restaurant and Seabreeze Killynaught for their kind donations.
Target – $2,350
Funds Raised – $2,492
Excess funds raised will go toward an outdoor cabinet to enable 24hr access.
Thanks to all who donated and bought raffle tickets.
Special Thanks to:
Grange Resources – $1175
Sisters Beach old blokes/Men’s shed – $700
Edwards Landscaping – $50
Saunders Street Clinic – $50
Raffle donations- Edwards Landscaping/Garden Centre, Wynyard Home Hardware, Sisters Beach Shop, Brett Whiteley.
The AED/Defibrillator is now located at the Sisters Beach Shop for public use in an emergency. They can save lives. The AED unit is very easy to use and will give audible instructions when opened. Click here to watch training video.
At the Pear Tree Café/Sisters Beach General Store.
$10 per family per year.