Councillor Report Ordinary Council Meeting 24 April 2018

Councillor Report Ordinary Council Meeting 24 April 2018

Category : General News

 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 24 April 2018

 

Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

25 April                 Anzac Day Commemorations – Regional wide

28 April                 Lowood Utes & Chutes Rodeo

29 April                 Social Sequence Dance – Coominya Public Hall

02 May                 Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare Group Meeting

03 May                 Brisbane Valley Heritage Trail Committee Meeting

05 May                 Garden Party Theme 1950’s Toogoolawah

05 May                 Lowood Art-Cultural Festival

06 May                 Esk Community Choir – Toogoolawah

 

I had the privilege of meeting the Barnardos Mother of the Year award recipient (Queensland) on Saturday (21 April) at the Prenzlau Pride’s Car & Music Show held at the Lowood Showground.  Ms Cindy Rigby has fostered more than 90 children over a twenty years period.  Ms Rigby will travel to Sydney for the final judging.

 

Agenda Item #29 Councillors’ Report

12 April                 Skateboarding Championship – Esk

14 April                 Somerset Dam & District Progress Assn. AGM & General Meeting

16 April                 Yowie Statue arrival – Kilcoy Yowie Park

17 April                 Lowood Residents Assn Monthly Meeting

18 April                 Kilcoy & District Progress Alliance Inc Monthly Meeting

21 April                 Kilcoy Diggers Races

21 April                 Prenzlau Pride’s Car & Music Show – Lowood Showground

23 April                 Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce & Community Monthly Meeting

 


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