After 13 years of service on the Kurrajong Board, Chairman Dr Max Graffen has resigned. He and his wife Sue have made the difficult decision to leave Wagga Wagga after 40 years and relocate to…
Kurrajong Supported Independent Living, West Wyalong client Lesley has been working extremely hard alongside staff at West Wyalong Lifestyle Choices to produce some spectacular artwork.
Lesley had a goal of having her paintings in an art exhibition on display and sold. However, her chosen exhibition no longer was available, so we thought of another platform where her artwork could be on display for all to see and admire – on the walls at Kurrajong!
We have purchased the paintings to be displayed in the Leeton, Narrandera, and Griffith Supported Living and Lifestyle Choices facilities.
Lesley said, ‘ooh goody, I can’t believe I’ve sold some; this makes me very happy!’
When asked what she was going to do with the money from the sale of her artwork, she said, ‘I’m going to buy myself some jewellery’.
Lesley is looking forward to seeing her artwork on display at Kurrajong.
When we hear the words kindness and community spirit, front of mind is Griffith’s Bunnings Warehouse Australia team and their amazing manager Peter.
Paul has received services from Kurrajong for almost his entire life commencing at Kurrajong in the mid 1960’s.
Kurrajong supported employees Nicholas Fletcher and Stephen Gould celebrated their 45 and 35 years!