Project partners & acknowledgements

Brunch On The Bridge community planning workshop held on 19 March 2011
The Brunch co-hosts and conveners of the inaugural Kalari-Lachlan River Arts Festival and The Kate Kelly Project would like to thank Forbes Shire Council, Ron Kenny of Baa, Moo, Oink Wholesale Butchers,  Lachlan Valley Party Hire, and Trevor Reece Communications for their generous support of the Brunch On The Bridge; Forbes Sport & Recreation Club’s green keeper, Greg Ward, for helping to carry the Club’s table and chairs to and from Bates Bridge; and the Lachlan Catchment Management Authority for the use of their legendary bush barbecue.

The Kate Kelly Project thanks the following people and organisations who have contributed or are contributing to this project, and gratefully acknowledges their support.

Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney (for our first grant)
Regional Arts Fund (for our second grant)
Forbes & District Historical Society
Forbes Shire Council
Mitchell Conservatorium, Lachlan Campus
The Forbes Advocate
Kerry Neaylon, Forbes
Wendy Gross, Forbes
Carissa Bywater, Forbes Shire Council’s General Manager and staff
Hannah Semler, Canberra
Arts OutWest, Bathurst
Jane Bennie, Warroo
Rob Willis, Forbes
Joy Russell and the NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group, Forbes
Sue Riley, Wagga
Peter C Smith, Illawong, NSW
Librarian Bronwyn Clark and Forbes Library
Forbes Arts & Culture Working Group
Norm Wilkinson, Orange
Nancy Gordon, Orange
Gillian Whitehead, New Zealand
Catherine McGrath, Sydney
Carol Dukes, Forbes
Forbes Family History Group
Robert Read, Forbes
Bill McFeeters Wool, Forbes
Elders, Forbes Branch
Karen Purnell, Queenland
Ellen Hollow, Victoria
Louise and Tom Dwyer, Court Press, Forbes
Helen Herbert, Forbes Heritage Committee
David Scobie, Heritage Consultant
Forbes Urban Landcare Group
Parkes and Districts Landcare Group
Russell Hill and Larry Towney, Lachlan CMA

To be continued …

More on The Kate Kelly Project (KKP)
The KK Song Cycle >>
The KK  Walk >>
On The Death Of Kate Kelly >>
Themes linking Kate Kelly’s time with our own >>
Kate Kelly On The Lachlan 1886-1898 >>
In Memory Of Kate Kelly 1863-1898 >>
Project partners and acknowledgements >>
Quong Lee’s Store >>

Project media
2008 >>
2009 >>
2010 >>
2011 >>

More on Merrill’s project work >>

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