Peace path to honour those who have contributed to greater good

MAKEOVER: Rotarians Hugh Hamilton and Neil Wilcox with council administrator at the date of the garden makeover completion Christine Ferguson. Rotary is now focussed on a path from the main structure in the direction of the Thompson and Adams Streets intersection. Picture: Jennette Lees
MAKEOVER: Rotarians Hugh Hamilton and Neil Wilcox with council administrator at the date of the garden makeover completion Christine Ferguson. Rotary is now focussed on a path from the main structure in the direction of the Thompson and Adams Streets intersection. Picture: Jennette Lees

Cootamundra residents have until an extended deadline of Friday, July 21 to purchase an engraved paver which will become part of the path at the Rotary Club of Cootamundra’s Peace Pavilion in Albert Park. 

Pavers can include the names of people or organisations which have worked to contribute to the wellbeing of communities locally or around the world.

There is no time-frame for where this assistance may have taken place; it can be a recent act of peacekeeping or some from decades, even centuries ago.

People do not have to have volunteered their time to qualify to have their name on the path, it can be anyone who has lived up to the expectation to help others to have a more enjoyable and fulfilling life.

Space on each paver is limited to three lines of 16 characters.

The path will head towards the Thompson and Adams Streets intersection and will include four plain pavers to every engraved paver.

Application forms can be collected and returned to Braybrooks Pharmacy, Thompson’s Rural Supplies or PO Box 260, Cootamundra.