Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 14 February 2018

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 14 February 2018

Category : General News

 Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

Congratulations to Donna Davidson, Christine Staats, Michelle Gorey, Christine Swinton and Kilcoy’s own Taylah Smith for representing Australia at the first ever International Women’s Tent Pegging Championship held at Khasab in Oman (Middle East) coming away with two silver medals and a gold medal in the World competition.  Overall Australia narrowly finished second in the competition to South Africa.

Congratulations to Taylah and Britney Arthurson of Fernvale for being selected to represent their club, Queensland Cheer Elite, at the NCA Nationals competition to held in the USA which attracts 25,000 cheerleaders from around the world.

14 February        Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare Group Meeting  –  The purpose of the meeting on Wednesday 14th February 2018 is for members to consider the future of BVK Landcare and decide on what action to take.    It is hoped that a successful review of the group’s direction is forthcoming.

14 February        Mt Kilcoy State School Badge Presentation

17 February        Lions Youth of the Year – Lowood & Toogoolawah

19 February        Student Leaders Investiture – Toogoolawah High School

20 February        Lowood District Residents Network Inc. Meeting

22 February        “Kilcoy Meet & Greet”   (Council – Local Business Meet & Greet)

24 February        Lowood Glenwood Aged Care Facility – Family Day

24 February        Endeavour Foundation – Mt Archer Falls


Agenda Item #35 Councillors’ Report

25 January          Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce & Community Inc. Meeting

26 January          Australia Day Celebrations – Somerset Civic Centre

26 January          Somerset Dam & District Progress Assn. – Sausage Sizzle & inspection of recent hall improvements

28 January          Bodo Muche Memorial Service – Toogoolawah The Condensery

31 January          Kilcoy District Progress Alliance Meeting

01 February        LG Sherlock Briefing – Esk

01 February        Meeting with Business Owner – Esk

01 February        Kilcoy & District Historical Society Meeting

03 February        Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users – Greeting riders at The Condensery

04 February        Kilcoy Lions Club Meeting

04 February        4D Living Healthy Lifestyle Program

08 February        Meeting at Kilcoy Skate Park

08 February        Kilcoy State School P&C Meeting

09 February        Maleny Community Centre – Roadcase Tour (Arts Qld)

09 February        White Knight – Kilcoy Art Society

11 February        4D Living Healthy Lifestyle Program

12 February        Kilcoy Show Society  –  Show Ball practice

13 February        Mt Kilcoy Sandy Creek Rural Fire Brigade AGM

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