Warren Supa IGA supporting the community
Last week Warren’s three schools all received a much needed boost to their funds,
thanks to the Warren Supa IGA and the IGA Community Chest program.
The IGA Community Chest program has
donated over $75 million to community
organisations nationally during the past 13
years. Once again the Warren Supa IGA has
chosen to donate the funds raised last year to
the local schools.
“This year we have raised $2,434.25 for
community based projects, which we want
to share between the schools so that the
broader community benefi ts,” Kevin Taylor
Warren Central School and St Mary’s
Catholic School each received $608.56, a
very welcome boost to both schools due to
their heavy reliance on fundraising.
Warren Central School P&C President Liz
Barnett said, “We are so appreciative of these
donations as they make it possible for the
school to do more for the children. Thanks
to the generosity of the IGA, last year we
were able to make a signifi cant purchase
for our school library, a facility that is used
by both the primary and secondary schools.
We are very grateful for the IGA’s ongoing
Warren Preschool and Kindergarten
received over $1,200. “As a community
preschool, we are so thankful for the
donation,” said Chris.
“Last year we put the IGA logo on our bus
in acknowledgment of the terrifi c support
that they have consistently given us over a
number of years.”
St Mary’s P&F President Nicole Risely
was thrilled, saying, ”St Mary’s P&F is very
grateful to IGA for its kind donation. It will
defi nitely be put to good use this year, so
Warren Supa IGA Supermarket & Warren Meat House
have some EGGCITING news!!
We are now selling Mother Clucker Eggs.
Mother Clucker Eggs are "REAL" free range eggs raised on the pastures of Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia.
At Mother Clucker Eggs we believe that both the human and the hen deserve the best! That’s why all of our hens have 24/7 access to the pastures, shelter, clean water and constant protection from predators by Maremma dogs on our farm in Dubbo NSW.
They love to roam about and eat just about anything that they can get their beaks on, though they particularly love seeds, grasses and bugs! This is only possible because they have full beaks. Most egg farms, even those who claim to be "free range" do not have fully beaked birds. This healthier, more natural diet causes the birds to lay a far superior egg!
So when you crack open one of our eggs you can feel great about 3 things;
*The hens that have laid these eggs are raised in the most humane and caring enviorment we know.
*The eggs that they reward us with are the healthiest for you,
*AND YOU ARE SUPPORTING LOCAL FARMERS WHICH IS SERIOUSLY IMPORTANT!