Councillor Report – Ordinary Meeting 12 December 2018

Councillor Report – Ordinary Meeting 12 December 2018

Category : General News

Councillor Gaedtke

Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

12 December     Mt Kilcoy State School Awards Night

14 December     Lowood Lions Christmas in the Park

14 December     Picturing Innovation Exhibition Official Opening – The Condensery

15 December     Christmas Carols – Fernvale and Kilcoy

15 December     Toogoolawah Christmas Tree Carnival

15 December     Esk Christmas Races

18 December     Official Opening Kilcoy Police Station

Agenda Item # 43 Councillors’ Report      (I attended)

28 November    Kilcoy & District Progress Alliance Inc. monthly meeting

29 November    Kilcoy Showground Reserve Overall Management Committee Meeting

05 December     Somerset Dam & District Progress Assn monthly meeting

05 December     Somerset Tourism Volunteers’ Day

06 December     Brisbane Valley Heritage Trails Inc. monthly meeting – Nanango

08 December     Back to Jimna

08 December     Kilcoy Lions Christmas Carnival

10 December     War on Waste – Kilcoy State High School

11 December     Kilcoy State School Awards Ceremony & End of Year Celebration

I have received many favourable comments regarding Back to Jimna and the Kilcoy Lions Christmas Carnival.  I would like to acknowledge those responsible for organising the events.  Hopefully both events will become regular entries on our calendar of events.

Congratulations to the students involved with “War on Waste” (Kilcoy State High School) and Kilcoy State School Awards Ceremony and End of Year Celebration.  When asked about each project on War on Waste, students were eager to share their knowledge of the subject and how they researched their particular project.  It is reassuring that this important universal issue is gaining greater understanding at school level.

I was impressed by the delivery of the Kilcoy State SchoolAwards Ceremony (Year 3 – 6) and End of Year Celebration (Prep to Year 2).  Students of all ages displayed confidence by hosting their end of school year events.



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