next meeting

2 August 2010 at 8 pm St Stephen’s church hall (opposite Allwood Crescent)

Guest speaker for our next meeting on 2 August will be Dave Lohman & Luke McDonald from the Botany Bay water police

6 September 2010
11 October 2010
1 November 2010
6 December 2010

New residents are encouraged to participate in this valuable community organisation.

President: Joan Curtis
Vice President: Tony Alifano
Secretary: Sandy Russell

Treasurer: Peter Grimshaw
Minutes Secretary: Peter Russell
Newsletter: Glenyss Barnham

Committee Members:

Rob Clarsen, Tony Corcoran, Kevin Whitten.

Contact Us lpa40@hotmail.com

Read the August Newsletter

or see what was happening in November 1976

Become a member. Download Application Form.

Membership renewals are due in February each year.

Membership Drive Raffle
Our Membership Drive Raffle was won by ticket No. C14 in the name of W Bradley
The prize of a basket of goods wasvdonated by Lugarno IGA




Lugarno Progress Association wants you join the committee in 2010. 
We have many things to work on and improve in Lugarno and YOUR fresh ideas to continue this tradition into its 87th year. We have achieved a lot in those years and we  continue to do so, reward yourself by giving back to your suburb and community with your enthusiasm and ideas.
We have a project going called the Lawrence Park project, this involves a plaque being erected in Lawrence Park which is that little piece of grassy land at the beginning of the Lime Klin shops,it will be dedicated to the early pioneers of Lugarno, our next project is to have Webb's Dam tided up

So think about it and join us !
To find out more call Rob on 0418166901


Whilst 31st October 2008 was the schools true 75th anniversary there was a special celebration picnic held on the preceding Friday in the school grounds.

Cutting the Cake

Click here for the full story and more photographs



Want to see some historic photographs of Lugarno

Click here and see if you can spot the place where your house now stands

  • Lugarno Progress Association was established in 1922

  • Is a non party political association

  • Is financially sound

  • Seeks direction from its members

  • Produces regular newsletters

  • Maintains good communication links with Hurstville City Council and our local state government member

  • Responds to local community issues

  • Is concerned with preservation of the natural environment

  • Liaises with other community groups such as Oatley Flora and Fauna, Lions and VIEW

  • Is concerned with fire safety and protection

  • Promotes care of Evatt Park

  • Promotes a cleaner Georges River

  • Is proactive in keeping Lugarno "Naturally Beautiful"


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