Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 12 April 2023 

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 12 April 2023 

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Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 12 April 2023 

Agenda Item #5 Matters of Public Interest

I encourage our residents to ensure that they are receiving a copy of  Council’s Welcome to SomArtset quarterly e-newsletter which promotes, encourages, and supports an artistic and vibrant Somerset Region.  The publication will tell you about what’s happening in arts and culture locally and further afield, profile community groups, and let you know about exciting arts and cultural opportunities on offer.

Congratulations to woodchopping Mother and Daughter team, Renee and Millee Retschlag competing in the same championship chop (275mm ladies’ underhand championship) and further congratulations to Renee Retschlag and partner coming third in the Jill and Jill double handed 375mm cross cut championship at the Sydney Royal Easter Show 2023.

Somerset Dam General Store held a very successful Easter Twilight Markets, so congratulations go to the new owners of this idyllic location.  I am sure this will be the first of many future community events.


Agenda Item #30 Councillors’ Report


22   Ordinary Council Meeting  –  Kilcoy

22   Council Workshop  –  Kilcoy

23   Open Class & Harmony Day – Kilcoy Primary School

28   Teams Meeting

28    Mount Glen Rock Steering Committee Meeting – Teams

29    Mt Beppo Art Group Meeting

31    Slim Run – Kilcoy Primary School


04    Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce – Lunch meeting

04    Kilcoy Indigenous Meeting – KIC

05    Mad Hatters Tea Party – Lowood

05    Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce Networking evening

11    Teams Meeting


Another wonderful Mad Hatters Tea Party was held at Lowood with a great community response and the event was blessed by beautiful weather.  Well done to Council staff who have worked effortlessly to provide this popular yearly event.


Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce held a collaboration – working together discussion at its Business at Dusk event held at the Exchange Hotel.  The workshop was well supported and the event provided an opportunity for businesses to network and to learn more about each other.  Businesses were eager to learn if it would ever be possible for Kilcoy to be on the rail trail path either from the Brisbane Valley Rail Trial or the Wamuran/Woodford Rail


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