Councillor Report – 28 February 2018

Councillor Report – 28 February 2018

Category : General News

 

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 28 February 2018

 

Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

Congratulations to Graham Retschlag of Kilcoy for successfully claiming two Australian Titles and representing Queensland in the chainsaw racing competition held at Tenterfield.

I would also like to report that the free Diabetic Health Program being held every Sunday evening in Kilcoy is to date, being very well supported with over 250 community members learning of lifestyle eating changes that will improve general health and wellbeing.

02 March             St Mary’s Anglican Church Kilcoy World Pray Day

10 March             St Mary’s Anglican Church Kilcoy Cent Auction

10 March             Esk Races

10 March             Colours of Somerset Art & Culture Festival – Fernvale

10 March             Kilcoy Show Ball

13 March             Crime Prevention Public Meeting – Fernvale

 

 

Agenda Item #30 Councillors’ Report

14 February        Kilcoy State High School P & C Meeting

15 February        Councillors’ Role & Responsibilities – Newstead

17 February        Lowood Lions Youth of the Year Quest

18 February        Diabetic Health Program – Kilcoy

19 February        Student Leaders Investiture – Toogoolawah State High School

19 February        RADF Committee Meeting – Esk

20 February        Kilcoy State High School Council Meeting

20 February        Lowood District Residents Network Inc. Meeting

21 February        Traffic Safety Advisory Committee Meeting

22 February        Kilcoy Showground Reserve Overall Management Committee Meeting – Apology given

22 February        Meet & Greet Kilcoy Businesses

23 February        Rv. Jilleen Chambers Commissioning as Priest-in-Charge St Mary’s Anglican Church Kilcoy – Apology given

24 February        Glenwood Aged Care Facility Family Day Lowood –  Apology given

24 February        Go Nuts with Salubrious – Mt Archer – Apology given

26 February        Student Leaders Investiture – Kilcoy State High School  –  Apology given

26 February        Somerset Condensery Gallery Advisory Committee Meeting – Toogoolawah –  Apology given

27 February        Kilcoy Interagency Meeting

28 February        Kilcoy District Progress Alliance Inc. Meeting

Due to a very sore back I was forced to take time out, hence the apologies as given.  My husband also ended up at Caboolture ED Sunday night and then at RBH Monday 25/26 February.  (If it doesn’t rain, it definitely pours at time.)

 


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