Clean up the Campbell bush with the Russell Reservists

Some Campbell residents have formed the Russell Reservists, a group to clean up the bush in Campbell.  We meet at the end of the lane between number 56 and number 58 Vasey, at 8.30 on the third Sunday of every month, and all residents are welcome to join us. We work in the area enclosed by Blamey Cres, Vasey Cres,  Holmes Cres, Northcott Drive and Constitution Ave, and our activities are authorized by ACT Park Rangers.

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Hackett Community Association

Aims The Aims of the Association are to – promote, protect and enhance the social, cultural and physical environment of the community of Hackett; promote the welfare, community spirit and quality of life of residents of Hackett; raise funds and expend them in the pursuit of the other objectives of the Association; inform the community about issues concerning Hackett; and engage in any other activity conducive to these objectives. Membership Membership of the Hackett Community Association is open to anyone who lives, works or has a business or property in Hackett, and to local elected representatives. Membership form Membership

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Hackett Neighbourhood Watch

Contact Details: Chair, Newsletter Co-ordinator: Dorothy Mackenzie, Telephone: (02) 6248 9281 Email: mackenzie2602@optusnet.com.au Newsletter editor Barbara Inglis Telephone: (02) 6247 5797 Email: inglisjb@bigpond.net.au Treasurer Pat MacNamara Telephone: (02) 6249 1669 Email: pmcn@webone.com.au Engraver Hillig Volker Telephone: (02) 6257 0506

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Watson Community Association

The Watson Community Association was formed in the late 1980s and incorporated in 1995 with the object of promoting the social, economic and environmental amenity of Watson residents. After a sustained 10 year community campaign against a housing development proposed in 1992, the Watson Community Association was successful in achieving the conservation of a 18 hectare native grassy woodland at north Watson in July 2002. Less than 5 per cent of the original extent of this Yellow Box Grassy Woodland ecology remains in Australia, and less than a half a per cent is in reserves. Members of the Association

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Turner Residents Association

The Turner Residents Association Incorporated was established to foster an appreciation of the present Turner environment and encourage its preservation, taking account of the interests and welfare of the community and to support and implement agreed action on Turner community welfare, rights, interests and projects. Contact Details: See Turner Residents Association website

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Downer Community Association

The Downer Community Association is a not-for-profit organisation, whose goals are to: Promote, protect and enhance the social, cultural and physical environment of the community of Downer; and Engage in activities conducive to the attainment of these objects. Membership of the DCA is free, and open to all residents of the suburb. Non-residents are welcome to submit an application to the Management Committee for approval. Contact details: The Downer Community Association Frencham Place, DOWNER 2602 Webpage: http://www.downercommunityassociation.org/ Telephone: (02) 6249 6443 Primary Email: downerassociation@gmail.com Downer Community Centre: downercentre@gmail.com

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