Councillor Report – 28 March 2018

Councillor Report – 28 March 2018

Category : General News

Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

29 March             RSL Pharmacist Advisor – Kilcoy

31 March             Blessing of the bikes – Toogoolawah

03 April                 Scooter Comp – Fernvale

04 April                 Somerset & District Progress Assn Management Meeting

04 April                 Commonwealth Games Gold Coast Opening Ceremony

05 April                 Brisbane Valley Heritage Trails Committee Meeting & Man on the $20 Note – Moore

05 April                 Kilcoy Art Society Inc. General Meeting

06/07 April          Kilcoy Show

07 April                 Lowood Spudds & Dudds B&S Ball

08 April                 Social Sequence Dance – Glamorgan Vale Hall

09 April                 BMX Comp – Kilcoy Skate Park

 

Iconic Queensland features the best of the 2017 Queensland Regional Art Awards winners, there were nine winners which includes Ms Helenna Dohle (Linville) Stairway to Heaven – People’s Choice Award (Youth).  Congratulations to Ms Dohle.

 

The Queen’s Baton Relay Community Celebrations held in Kilcoy on 27 March was a complete success.  Appreciation to all those involved with the celebrations.

 

 

Agenda Item #74 Councillors’ Report

16 March             Somerset Region Community Support Assn Meeting – Toogoolawah

16 March             Meeting with local resident – Harlin

16 March             Inspection of Kangaroo Creek Road – Harlin

20 March             Council Budget Bus Trip

21 March             Kilcoy & District Progress Alliance Inc AGM & General Meeting

22 March             KCC&C Inc Meeting

23 March             Council of Mayors – Economic Development Committee Meeting – Brisbane

25 March             Diabetic Health Program – Kilcoy

27 March             Kilcoy Interagency Meeting

27 March             Jimna Fire Tower meeting

27 March             Community Celebration – Queen’s Baton Relay – Kilcoy

28 March             Kilcoy State School P & C Assn – AGM


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