Fijian Kindergarten

Published

30

Oct

2018

Richard Seeley

The cyclone proof kindergarten funded to the extent of $A30,000 by Balwyn is still on schedule with work being strictly supervised to Cat 5 standard.

At this stage the Opening Ceremony is to be held on Friday 23 Nov. Rob Cromb MD of Kookai will be there at the Opening.

If any members are at all interested in coming to the ceremony let me know so that arrangements can be made.

KATALYST FOUNDATION
(Charity arm of Kookai Aust)

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