Published on: June 2022
Neutral Bay Public School Pampered Pooch Parade
Ms FELICITY WILSON (North Shore) (16:23:32):
I spent a "pawfect" Sunday this week with the Neutral Bay Public School community and members of the Neutral Bay Club as a judge at the inaugural Pampered Pooch Parade. It was one of the toughest roles I have had but also one of the best. The event was the shared vision of Liz Henry, the Neutral Bay Public School P&C president, and Peter Lewis, the general manager of the Neutral Bay Club, who wanted to bring the community together to raise funds for Neutral Bay Public School in a safe, fun and social way, and they did. I acknowledge the Neutral Bay Public School P&C, which was instrumental in pulling the whole event together, and Liz Henry, Elizabeth Barnett and Rachel Thompson in particular. I acknowledge Peter Lewis from the Neutral Bay Club, as well as the outstanding effort of the members of the Neutral Bay Club, the paw patrol, who were selected from the bowls committee and were given the rather onerous task of organising human and dog contestants alike. Congratulations to everyone who entered and competed on the day, particularly to over 350 members of our community, human and animal, who attended to help raise funds for Neutral Bay Public School, along with their sponsors. It is safe to say that, after such a successful event, plans are already underway for next year's parade.