One Year On: Catch Up & Book Launch
Moorabool’s Storm Recovery Team are hosting two community catch ups to acknowledge one year since the June 2021 storm.
With over 1,000 properties impacted across the Shire and thousands of trees down in our forest and on private land, we’re holding these get togethers to acknowledge the impact this event had on our communities and the recovery journey since.
We’re also launching our Storm Recovery Book at these events – a collection of community stories and photos that document the night of the storm and the ongoing recovery journey.
One year is a significant milestone to acknowledge in terms of recovery – which is still ongoing.
The community catch up events will include:
- A chance to chat to representatives from emergency services & recovery agencies
- Free spit roast lunch
- Face painting & activities for kids
- Coffee van
- Fairy floss/popcorn/slushies
- BYO chair & coat
- Free copy of the Storm Recovery Book
Moorabool’s Mayor, Cr Tom Sullivan, will launch the book at midday at both events, with lunch from 12.30pm.
The book project was jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Victoria under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.
RSVP to email@example.com by Sun 12 June for the Blackwood event and Sun 19 June for the Korweinguboora event to assist with catering numbers.