Tulgeen Pop-Up Shop In Sapphire Market Place!

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Stitches and Print have a Pop-Up Shop in the Sapphire Market Place from the 25th till the 26th June.

The goods on sale are a fine example of the new range of products that supported employees and their supervisors are now producing.

Why not come and say hello?

The S&P Team would appreciate your support by visiting the stall (located near Woolworths) and checking out our great range of products for sale.

Lunch at Pearl’s Place

Pearls Place 17 June Paul West with guests from Tulgeen

On Wednesday the 17th of June, Tulgeen clients enjoyed lunch at Pearls Place, Merimbula.

Paul West, host of television program River Cottage, provided his culinary skills for the occasion.

Pearl’s Place is a imitative of the Reaching Out Program. In conjunction with the Uniting Church, it assists vulnerable people by providing a meal and some company. This program is currently in a 3 month trial period.

Tulgeen is a proud supporter of this ventureand our clients are thoroughly enjoying it. This was their second visit and with their ongoing interest, a visit will become a regular program offered by INSYNC.

Riverside Nursery Raffle

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Riverside Nursery is having a raffle for fire wood!

Tickets: $2.00 each, available at our retail shop and are selling fast!
Raffle will be drawn when they’re all sold.

Pumpkins – we have pumpkins grown at the nursery. Price range from $2.00 to $6.00
Be quick, great for pumpkin soup.

Also don’t forget our bare root trees and roses arrived last week – discounts for staff!

See you at the nursery.

MORGANS MERIMBULA DONATES TO TULGEEN AGAIN

Following their support of Tulgeen’s Christmas party last year, Morgan’s Merimbula has provided a donation of $700 to Tulgeen Group’s INSYNC.  INSYNC creates opportunity and choice for people with disability to participate in communities, realise their potential and lead full and abundant lives.

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Catherine sings her heart out during Studio INSYNCs Christmas 2014 production which was supported by Morgans Merimbula

The donation will be used to purchase sound equipment for INSYNC’s music program as well as for use in Studio INSYNC which is a fledgling drama, film and theatre troupe.

In providing the payment, Silas Dunstan from Morgans said “we are always grateful for the work that organisations like Tulgeen undertake in our local community and it is an honour to support Tulgeen whenever we are able.”

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Taylor (left) and Damon making music

The Tulgeen Community offers heartfelt thanks to Morgans Merimbula.  Click Morgans Merimbula to find out more about them.

BAREROOT STOCK NOW AVAILABLE AT RIVERSIDE NURSERY

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Bare root in winter

Riverside Nursery has a comprehensive range of deciduous trees in stock right now.  

These trees are bare rooted meaning they have been grown in the ground and have been dug up ready for sale in the winter. We have  carefully replant the trees in potting mix in mass beds in the nursery ready for you to select from. When you make your choice, the trees are packed in wet shredded paper in plastic bags to keep the roots moist for your transportation home to plant.

If you are planning an orchard, now is the time to get the best range and price for deciduous trees, plus we also have bare rooted everything from strawberries to asparagus to rhubarb.

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Blossoms in Spring

Riverside also has a great range of deciduous ornamentals from birches to crab apples or flowering pears to plums and much much more.

A full range of bare root stock will be uploaded shortly. Please check back shortly.

For advice on height, flower and autumn colours, pollination, fruit maturity timing, cultivation and pest control come in and see our experts.

Tulgeen Riverside Nursery, Taronga Crescent, Bega (off the Bega-Tathra Road)

Phone: 6492 4151.  riverside.nursery@tulgeen.com.au

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Bounty in Summer

Tulgeen receives $100,000 donation from Bega Cheese

Each year the Bega Cheese Company holds a Corporate Event.  It is an opportunity to showcase its home and the origins of the now AXS200 listed company.  Customers, suppliers and corporate colleague from Malaysia, Japan, United States, New Zealand and throughout Australia enjoy the opportunity to catch up, discuss the year past, socialise, and importantly support eh local businessmen and community organisation.

A charity auction at the Bega Cheese Corporate Event formal dinner has become a key part of the annual event.  Each year Bega Cheese selects a local charity and donates the proceeds of the auction.  This year’s auction anchored by comedian Mikey Robbins raised a staggering $100,000 which has been donated to Tulgeen Group.

Pete Gorton, CEO, Jen Russell, Client Services General Manager and Paul Spiteri, Operations Manager—ADEs attended the corporate event to represent Tulgeen.  As part of the fundraiser, Pete Gorton presented information about Tulgeen’s services and role in the local community.  He presented Tugeen’s intentions for the donation which include the development of an onsite respite service within the INSYNC premises, redevelopment of the Bega Valley Work Crew and Riverside Nursery site to ensure investment in a sustainable business and independent income for Tulgeen and additional solar power to reduce Tulgeen’s reliance on grant money for utilities into the future

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From L to R back row – Aiden Coleman, CEO Bega Cheese, Barry Irvin, Executive Chairman of Bega Cheese, Pete Gorton. Front row L to R – Annie Russell and Cornelius ‘Corny’ Moon.

The cheque was officially presented on 1 June to Tulgeen at the Bega Cheese Headquarters.  On presenting the cheque to Tulgeen, Bega Cheese Executive Chairman Barry Irvin said “We are proud of our many business relationships and always ask them to also take our community into their hearts when they visit the region.”  Mr Irvin added that Bega Cheese believed it was important to support local organisations that help those in need.

Accepting the cheque on behalf of Tulgeen Group, Pete Gorton said  “I am honoured and delighted to accept this very generous gesture on behalf of the Tulgeen community” he said.  “It is heartening to know that the spirit of service and giving is alive and well in the Bega Valley in both a not for profit as well as in a listed Company.”

Tulgeen clients Annie Russell and Cornelius Moon accompanied  Mr Gorton to the presentation.  The Bega Valley Workcrew and the Riverside Nursery where Cornelius and Annie are respectively employed are beneficiaries of the donation.

A Very Heartfelt Thanks to Bega Cheese from the Tulgeen Community!!

Read about it in the Bega District News.