Squadron Energy was proud to support the Gundagai Business Network in staging their hugely successful Christmas on Sheridan event in early December.
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Sheridan Street was buzzing with record crowds supporting local businesses, enjoying live music and catching up with friends and family on Friday 8 December in Gundagai.
Event organiser Penny Nicholson said spirits were especially high at the festive street fair.
“Everyone in attendance had an absolute blast and we were pleased to break the attendance record from last year, we’re very proud of the wonderful evening”, Ms Nicholson said.
“On behalf of Gundagai Business Network, thank you to Squadron Energy for your support.”
Squadron Energy's Senior Project Manager Jessica Petersen said that it’s been a privilege to support events throughout the year that connect regional communities and support local businesses.
“Squadron Energy takes great pride in our long-standing relationship with the communities surrounding our projects and we are always looking for ways to support local community groups, organisations and events.”
Jeremiah Wind Farm has sponsored some terrific local organisations and events in the region this year, including upgrades to the Tumorrama Church, supporting Tumut’s Falling Leaf Festival and sponsoring Rural Womens Day events to name a few.
Local community member and Treasurer of Coolac Hall and Gundagai Country Women’s Association (CWA) Carolyn Harris thanked the Jeremiah Wind Farm team for their commitment to supporting the local community.
“The Jeremiah Wind Farm team have been terrific supporters of our local community,” Ms Harris said.
“Whether it’s helping us re-open the Coolac Memorial Hall or providing the CWA with a gazebo for future fund raising, the support brings communities together. We are very grateful for the ongoing support from Squadron Energy.”
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Applications are now open and you can complete and submit a form online: Community Sponsorship Application.
The proposed Jeremiah Wind Farm is located on Wiradjuri Country, around 25km east of Gundagai, NSW, within the Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council area.
The proposed project is expected to create 262 construction jobs and currently comprises 65 wind turbines and battery energy storage.