Association is on the right path

Wandandian Progress Association's hangi and music evening.
Wandandian Progress Association's hangi and music evening.

The Wandandian Progress Association have been busy raising funds to complete Stage Two of the Wandean Road Community Pathway.

Stage One was completed in February with some welcome support and financial assistance from the Shoalhaven City Council, while the machinery work for the pathway was done by local volunteers.

To raise funds for Stage Two raffle tickets have been selling and a hangi and music evening was held in the local hall recently.

Being overwhelmed with interest, 140 hangi tickets and 761 raffle tickets were sold raising approximately $6000.

A great evening was had by all and although the hangi meal was a little late coming out of the ground, no one really seemed to care as they rocked away to the fabulous 70’s music of the V.I.C.E Squad from Vincentia.

Wandandian Progress Association's hangi and music evening.

Wandandian Progress Association's hangi and music evening.

The band started at 6pm and they were still going at 11pm. 

The hangi fire and a couple of fire buckets burned and kept some outside while others danced the night away inside the hall. 

The atmosphere was fabulous as was the food, the music  and the company – a great mix for a great evening.

Sue Blessing from St Georges Basin won the television in the raffle, Glen Simpson from ACT won the BBQ, Ken Rankin from Wandandian won the Bewong River Retreat o’nite stay and Rob Young from Sanctuary Point won the travel luggage.

Wandandian Progress Association would like to thank those who participated and helped raise this money for Stage Two of the pathway where work will soon commence.

Wandandian Progress Association's hangi and music evening.

Wandandian Progress Association's hangi and music evening.