Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 23 August 2023

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 23 August 2023

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 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 23 August 2023

Agenda Item #5 Matters of Public Interest

The team’s Women’s World Cup semi-final against the Lionesses reached 11.15 million viewers nationally on Wednesday night 16th August 2023, drawing an average audience of 7.13 million on Seven and 7Plus.  The numbers mean it’s the most-watched TV program in Australian homes in more than 20 years and the country’s biggest-ever streaming event, with 957,000 online viewers included in the tally.  How proud we are, well done to our soccer team Matildas.

Congratulations to Toogoolawah Show Society’s Showgirl 2022 who was named runner up of the Queensland Country Life Showgirl competition at the Brisbane Exhibition this year.

The Palace Players present an afternoon of entertainment including “Tiaras at the Palace” on Saturday 26 August 2023, 2:00pm at the Moore Soldiers Memorial Hall.  Book through Bob and Linda Howe or trybooking.

Agenda Item #28 Councillors’ Report

August

09       Ordinary Council Meeting & Workshop Meeting – Esk

09       Rural Fire Brigade Quarterly Meeting – Hazeldean Rural Fire Brigade AGM

12       Indigenous Heritage Community Meeting – Kilcoy

12       Kilcoy Golf Club – Fund Raiser

15       Alkira – Blue Care 70th Birthday Celebrations – Toogoolawah

15       Kilcoy State High School P&C Assn Meeting

15       Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce Executive Meeting

15       Somerset Dam & Districts Progress Assn Meeting

16       Mt Kilcoy State School P&C Assn Meeting

16       Jhangri’s Wedding – Kilcoy

17       Traffic and Safety Advisory Committee Meeting – Teams

17       Regional Arts Development Fund Committee Meeting – Teams

17       Kilcoy Art Society Monthly Meeting

18       Somerset Art Society Incorporated Annual General Meeting  – Esk

19       Mayoral Ball – Somerset Civic Centre – Esk

21       Kilcoy District Progress Alliance meeting

I was delighted to be invited to a wedding held between a Bangladeshi member of our community and his bride to be, who currently lives in Bangladesh.  We were treated with Bangladeshi custom, with traditional wedding attire worn by the husband and bride.  Home cooked meals were provided which consisted of Bangladeshi culinary at its best with pungent spices cooked with fish, mutton and chicken, and specially cooked rice.


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I believe in open communication, active listening and a common sense approach, always.

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