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WHO WE ARE

Howlong Community Progress Association Inc (HCPA) was registered as an incorporated body with NSW Fair Trading on 25 September 2020, and a volunteer working group was formed to organise a public meeting to launch the association.  Unfortunately with the Covid pandemic lockdowns and ongoing restrictions, the launch was delayed until 24 May 2021 when the inaugural HCPA committee was finally formed. It is a not-for-profit community group consisting of 7 voluntary committee members.


The current committee is:

  • Stuart Sizer (President)

  • Robyn Roland (Vice President)

  • Cheryl Cook (Secretary)

  • Sue Wearne (Treasurer)

  • John Skinner

  • Liz Hall

  • Veronica Husted

 

The goal of HCPA is to work for the benefit of the Howlong community and to achieve positive community outcomes. 

The Objects of the HCPA are:

  • To promote positive community spirit, and support activities and groups of benefit to Howlong and its people.

  • To provide a forum for the exchange of information and views which enables the Howlong community members to make informed decisions about issues affecting the locality.

  • To represent the wishes of Howlong residents, and to be a voice of the community at all levels of government and government authorities.

  • To assist private enterprise and other organisations in matters that affect the local community.

  • To provide a forum for the presentation of expert advice to community members.

Volunteers are Welcome:  You don't need to be a committee member to help our cause. There might be a particular project that you have an interest, skill, or passion for, and would like to volunteer your time and/or expertise at some point.  Alternatively you might want to start a sub-committee (auspiced by HCPA) to help drive a project that is aligned with your strengths and values.  Feel welcome to send an email with your thoughts via the Contact tab.

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