Saturday, March 16, 2013

Community House leader resigns

Sheryl Rainbird
THE popular and energetic co-ordinator of the Derwent Valley Community House has resigned after more than four years of service. During her time Mrs Rainbird has given the centre a greatly increased profile in the community and in the local media, with a regular column in the Derwent Valley Gazette.

A tribute on the centre's Facebook page notes that Sheryl has implemented many new programs, and received hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants for the centre and the wider community.

In reponse, Mrs Rainbird said she had enjoyed her time at the Derwent Valley Community House and the wider community house network. "Working with Dianne and Lexia has been a real joy and as a team we have achieved a lot," she said.

1 comment:

  1. What a shame, very disappointed to see a valuable leader disappear from the New Norfolk scene and I hope Sheryl has left to move on to bigger and better things and not due to any other reason?
    Jackie

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