New Kitchen Rules - Moruya Pony Club

Above: Ann Sudmalis MP joined by Madeline, Chelsea, Michelle and Amelia Nickson, along with Moruya Pony Club President, Graeme Hargraves. Fresh new ingredients have been added to the Moruya Pony Club today, as the popular local sporting organisation along with Member for Gilmore, Ann Sudmalis unveiled the new kitchen facilities at its annual Gymkhana. Mrs Sudmalis said “$6,500 of Federal Government funding was provided through the Stronger Communities Program.” “For the local community, this is a wonderful outcome that will undoubtedly go to good use for years to come.” Moruya Pony Club President Graeme Hargraves said he and the committee members where grateful for the support of the local community and Mrs Sudmalis. “Thank you to our Federal Member Ann Sudmalis, and to our local businesses and club volunteers who helped in securing the much needed funding to refurbish the previous and very primitive facilities, transforming them into an efficient, highly functional set-up.” “We have been raising funds for the new kitchen for three years and the refurbishment has certainly been boosted by the generous support of the Federal Government.” Today’s NSW Zone 14 Gymkhana drew over 60 riders (3-25 years of age) from the 10 zone clubs from Eden to Milton. The Moruya Pony Club conducts monthly “Rally Days” at the Noads Road, Moruya facility, and offers training in horsemanship skills and provides fun equestrian activities for all ages and abilities. Media Release

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