Kurri Sunrise Rotary Club raises funds for disability access hoist at Kurri Aquatic Centre

Krystal Sellars
Updated November 14 2022 - 2:27pm, first published November 11 2022 - 2:55pm
Kurri Kurri Sunrise Rotary Club members Des Mills, Linda Wood, Lynn Mills, Maria Ackermann and Ann James with Belgravia community engagement coordinator Kimberley McDeed after the hoist was unveiled at Kurri Kurri Aquatic Centre on Thursday. Picture by Krystal Sellars.
Kurri Kurri Sunrise Rotary Club members Des Mills, Linda Wood, Lynn Mills, Maria Ackermann and Ann James with Belgravia community engagement coordinator Kimberley McDeed after the hoist was unveiled at Kurri Kurri Aquatic Centre on Thursday. Picture by Krystal Sellars.

People with mobility issues can now access the 25-metre pool at Kurri Kurri Aquatic and Fitness Centre with greater ease.

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Krystal Sellars

Krystal Sellars

Senior Journalist

Krystal Sellars is the Senior Journalist at the Cessnock Advertiser. Born and raised in Cessnock, she started her journalism career at the Advertiser in 2006 after completing a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle. Contact her on krystal.sellars@cessnockadvertiser.com.au.

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