Association gives back to community

The Spiers Centre chief executive Rhonda Adamsam, JBA president David Curry, JBA board member Martin Smith, Beyond Bank branch manager Karen Lees and The Spiers Centre chairwoman Sarah Schmitt. Right: Clive Haddow with the car donated to the JBA.
The Spiers Centre chief executive Rhonda Adamsam, JBA president David Curry, JBA board member Martin Smith, Beyond Bank branch manager Karen Lees and The Spiers Centre chairwoman Sarah Schmitt. Right: Clive Haddow with the car donated to the JBA.

It also supported Community Vision through its recent hosting of businessman and author Bernard Salt at Joondalup Resort.

President David Curry said the association had put nearly $20,000 into the local community this year. ‘Watch this space; we have some ambitious plans for 2014,” he said.

The association auctioned a car from Wild West Hyundai at its wild-west themed charity auction, which was sponsored by Beyond Bank and attracted more than 220 people.

The winning bidder was Michael Van Heek, of Autobahn Joondalup.

Meanwhile, the JBA has unveiled its new car, provided by Wild West Hyundai.

‘I would like to personally thank dealer principal Craig Tickner for having the foresight to be involved in a project that will benefit all parties,’ Mr Curry said.

‘The use of this car has allowed the JBA to sell its existing vehicle and plough funds back into the JBA for the benefit of its members’ association chief executive Clive Haddow said. n The JBA’s Christmas sundowner is at McKinley Plowman and Associates, Joondalup, on December 6 at 5.30pm. Call 9300 1414.