ROTARIANS with CLASS!
Written on the 3 October 2012 by Karen Goldie
CLASS was honoured to have 30 members of the Strathalbyn Rotary Club visit CLASS’ Strathalbyn facilities for a tour to learn more about the service that CLASS offers the local and wider community.
The evening commenced with a tour of the main CLASS office. Chief Executive, Mark Kulinski addressed the group and explained to an enthusiastic audience CLASS’ history, current organisational structure and future aspirations. The guests then attended a tour of CLASS’ respite service for people with a disability, Myranth House on High Street. Myranth House provides a holiday for people with a disability, arising from an acquired brain injury, physical and neurological conditions or intellectual disability. Guests staying at Myranth House were then treated to a wonderful roast dinner which was cooked and prepared for by the Strathalbyn Rotary Club, courtesy of Craig & Fran Maidment.
If you would like any information about Myranth House or any of the services that CLASS offers, please call 8536 5800.
Right: Chief Executive Mark Kulinski, taking the Strathalbyn Rotary Club on a guided tour of the CLASS head office on Sandergrove Road.
Right: Leonie Phillips, Myranth House Team Leader, demonstrates how to use a portable Overhead Lifter.
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Author: Karen Goldie
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