Freeling Agricultural Multi-Purpose Centre support continues

Freeling Recreation Park chairman Ian Carmichael, Landmark Gawler branch manger Karyn Reynolds, and Bayer's Graham Hatcher.
Freeling Recreation Park chairman Ian Carmichael, Landmark Gawler branch manger Karyn Reynolds, and Bayer's Graham Hatcher.

Smiles continue as Landmark Gawler raised $4260 to assist the new Freeling Agricultural Multi-Purpose Centre through the Bayer Grow4Good program.

Bayer supported Landmark Gawler by donating a dollar amount for every Bayer post-emergent herbicide sold during the fundraising period, with the challenge receiving amazing support from the community.

Handing over the cheque in late 2018 to a delighted Ian Carmichael, Freeling Recreation Park chairman, was Graham Hatcher from Bayer and Karyn Reynolds, Landmark Gawler branch manager.

The funds will be put towards a meeting room in the new community centre.

According to Bayer national key account manager Ben Thompson, “it is clear that our customers are committed to their communities and it’s great that the Grow4Good program has made a major contribution to the already fantastic fundraising efforts of dedicated locals.”