The City of Kalamunda is proud to support and promote a range of inclusive programs
The City of Kalamunda has recognised the achievements of Kalamunda Secondary Education Support Centre students with a Graduation Ceremony at the Zig Zag Cultural Centre. The students recently completed
an environmental volunteering program in partnership with the City.
Students volunteered their time to manage 7.5ha of the Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail Reserve between Collins Rd and Mundaring Weir Rd, in Kalamunda.
Over three school terms during 2018 the students contributed over 300 hours of volunteer time, undertaking weed control, rubbish collection path maintenance and wildlife surveys, in partnership with the City of Kalamunda and the Friends of Railway Heritage
City of Kalamunda CEO Rhonda Hardy commended the students for their commitment to the project. “The effort the students put along the Railway Heritage Trail Reserve is testament to their passion for the environment.”
“Celebrating successful partnerships like this is so important. It shows that working together we can support our youth, our community and our environment”.
Kalamunda Secondary Support Centre has been working with the students towards achieving their Duke of Edinburgh International Award – which provides youth with skills and experiences that are recognised by employers and educational institutions
Throughout the project the students also learnt about bird identification, the importance of native wildlife, Aboriginal cultural values and had a visit from Kanyana Wildlife.
If you would like to volunteer to protect and enhance a local reserve near you, or would like to discuss a potential environmental project, please contact the City’s Parks and Environmental Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (08) 9257 9809.
Caring for Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail
West Rise Basketball for players with intellectual disabilities
Basketball is a great way to meet people, get fit and have fun! New starters are welcome to come to Ray Owen Stadium in Lesmurdie and have a practice run before committing to play. West Rise mixed teams compete every Wednesday from 5pm.There are 2 competitions per yearAs well as competing, players are also encouraged to learn to score, coach and umpire. There are 12 teams in the competition at several levels including mainstream teams which West Rise players
can also join.
Cost: $8 per game and $60 per season (covers uniforms, umpires and coaches)Where: Ray Owen Sport Centre, Gladys Road, Lesmurdie.Teams: Lions, Suns, Rockets, Rebels, Nationals,
Hornets, East Side, Hawks, South Side, Bendigo, North Side & West Side
Chris SaligariPhone: 0439 936 563Email: email@example.comFacebook: @WestRiseBasketballMobile: 0439 936 536
Disability Access & Inclusion Plan (2017 - 2022)
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