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HDPA

 The Hartley District Progress Association 

 
 
 
 

 

Initially established in 1956, the Hartley District Progress Association’s objectives are to generally improve the living conditions within the District of Hartley, and to provide cultural, social, sporting and other advantages for the residents of the District of Hartley.

 

President: Renzo Benedet        0418 424 452

Vice President: Sebastian Caruso 0424 261 131

Secretary: Rosemary Barber     6355 2186

Treasurer: Warren Elgar               6355 2152

Ordinary Committee Members: Ian Campbell, Ramsay Moodie, Peter Hurenkamp, AJ Jack

Hall Hire: Kerrie Elgar   6355 2152,    & AJ Jack

Newsletter: Position of Facilitator of the Newsletter is vacant. 

Website  Diane Green & AJ Jack   & Facebook Pages: Diane Green, Karen Edwards, & AJ Jack

Postal Address: PO Box 123, Lithgow, 2790

Email address:  hartleyprogress@gmail.com

Meeting times:

the first Monday of each quarter (March, June, September,  December)

at the Hartley Community Hall from  7.00 pm

cnr GWH and Mid Hartley Road

All welcome

Membership only $10pa 

Here are some photos that illustrate what the HDPA has done within the Hartley Community since 2002, be it Garden Club, the Hartley Big Backyard (2000 – 2010), Community consultation & support regarding Highway re-routing, Local Environment Plans, television reception and broadband access, Concerts, Trivia Nights, Dances, Business Directories, Education, celebration of Historical Milestones, Newsletters, Clean Up Australia, celebrating our diversity, or just getting together and having a good time.

If any of these images inspire you, please come and join us.

 

One Comment

  1. Well, where do you start – ‘Hartley Rocks’ alright!!
    Congratulations to all for producing a wonderfully informative, interesting exhibition. I look forward to the book. I went on the day walk yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed my day, to walk on large remnants of Cox’s Road on private properties was an absolute privilege. Thank you to the property owners, Dennis and Connie and to Dick Austen. Thank you to our guides yesterday, Ramsay Moodie, Suzie Moodie and Ian Campbell and thank you to all those back at the Old Hartley School, who handled the registrations, catering and the exhibition, including Barb & Duncan Wass, Trish Ryan, Barb with the teas & coffees and others. It was good to get back to the school house at lunch time to sit and have our lunch before we took off again.

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