Another big year for Gungahlin in 2016 with more development starting, finishing and being announced. It was also another big year here at My Gungahlin HQ. We had a goal to reach 15,000 Facebook followers by the end of the year. It does look like we will fall just short of that but will start 2017 with a bang!
Here are some of the highlights for 2916.
We started a campaign about the illegal dumping at charity bins that has seen some changes implemented for the better. Gungahlin, this is not charity, it is dumping
We got a sneak peak of Casey Market Town before it was opened.
The Convoy for Cancer Families was held.
Franklin the Gungahlin Maremma made international news after the Canberra Times published an article Up close and personal with Franklin the roaming Maremma sheepdog of Gungahlin
On 10th February a earthquake was reported at Wee Jasper and felt in Gungahlin.
On the 15th February, tragically Bradyn Dillon was taken from this world too early. The Tara Costigan Foundation helped pay for Bradyn’s funeral costs to ease that burden from his mother. We know how much Bradyn’s death touched the whole Gungahlin community. Many people asked us at the time what they could do to help. If you are able to help you can donate to the Tara Costigan Foundation to repay the funeral costs they so generously paid. You can donate here: taracostiganfoundation.nationbuilder.com/donate