Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Councillor Report – Ordinary Council Meeting 15 December 2022

 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Councillor Report – Ordinary Council Meeting 15 December 2022

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 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 15 December 2022

Agenda Item #5 Matters of Public Interest

The ABC Drive radio show visited Kilcoy and interviewed various residents.  Markian and Ulana Drevniak who escaped Ukraine along with their children were interviewed.  Other local identities interviewed included Denise Modistach, Sarah Eaton, John McAulay, Donald Walker and Gerald Youles.  Care to listen to the interviews – www.abc.net.au/brisbane/programs/drive

Congratulations and many thanks to the Somerset Assist Team, comprising of Lyn Buchanan (President); Julie Hayes (Vice-President & Care Co-Ordinator); Brenda Moloney (Secretary); Ruth O’Dowd (Treasurer).  This very vibrant team is a new community not-for-profit which will offer older Esk and Toogoolawah residents the option for in-home care.  The team have partnered with Trilogy Care, a nationally registered home-care package provider, and Mable a platform connecting people who need support to local people who provide support.  The team also welcome interested workers to make contact to understand how they can provide personal care support.  This is not a volunteering situation.  For further information, call Julie Hayes on 0484 822 485 or email info@somersetassist.com.au

I came across a very handy Facebook page called The 2 Hour Circle & Beyond.  This page provides interesting information about local tourists’ spots.  The page features interviews and information about visited  Somerset located businesses.  Some of the reviews include feedback such as finding places that you have never heard of; learning the history behind these towns is really interesting; and also supporting local businesses.

Agenda Item #40 Councillors’ Report

November

23     Ordinary Council Meeting – Kilcoy

23     Council Workshop – Kilcoy

24    Traffic & Safety Advisory Committee – Kilcoy

24     Volunteers High Tea – Kilcoy State School

28     Kilcoy Gymnastic Presentations

29     Kilcoy Interagency Meeting

29     Economic Development & Tourism Advisory Committee Meeting – Kilcoy

30     Kilcoy’s Got Talent – Kilcoy State School – Final Show

December

01      Kilcoy Recreation Grounds Advisory Committee Meeting

  • 02     Turning on the Christmas Lights – Community Christmas Tree, Yowie Park
  • 03      Kilcoy QWCA Centenary Celebrations Morning Tea

03      Lester Kropp Bridge – Villeneuve – Photo Invitation extended by Shayne Neumann (MP)

03     Kilcoy Christmas Carnival

05     Cyber Security Training – Zoom

05     Christmas Famil/Volunteer thank you Dinner – Glamorgan Vale

06     Kilcoy State School Year 3-6 Annual Awards Ceremony

07     Mt Kilcoy State School Awards Ceremony

08     Kilcoy Golf Club AGM

12     ALGWA Management Committee Meeting – Teams

15     Ordinary Council Meeting – Kilcoy

15     Council Workshop – Kilcoy

15     Council Christmas Party – Kilcoy Showground

A huge shout out to the many months of hard work and pure dedication of the Kilcoy Christmas Carnival committee, who once again provided the highest quality of Christmas entertainment to Kilcoy and District residents. The new carnival site is definitely a winner providing much more room, a flatter and safer area.  The children provided the sweetest Christmas Carols, music and dancing, and we also enjoyed the music provided by the Morayfield State High School Band and a beautiful rendition provided by FIP Fijians singers.  Many thanks to the Mayor for officially opening the carnival.

Congratulations to the Kilcoy QCWA in celebrating its centenary, with the provision of many interesting stalls, Devonshire tea and scones, memorabilia showcase, raffles, music and a very warm welcome to the proceedings.  The President Caryl Cook explained the branch had no plans in slowing down and currently has eighteen members, however will be looking for more members to join in the new year.

I was honoured to proudly present the “George Adsett” Sporting Cup to the winning sports house for 2022 at the Mt Kilcoy State School Awards Ceremony.  The cup is in memory of my Great Grandfather who was the Chair and member of the Mt Kilcoy State School Steering Committee who shared the vision of securing a school for the Mt Kilcoy area.  An area of land was excised from Blunt’s farm to provide the perfect place for the school renowned as the school with an awesome view.  Today the school has around 120 students and provides a very high standard of education to the Mt Kilcoy and surrounding area.

 

 

 

 


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