Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 24 February 2021

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 24 February 2021

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 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 24 February 2021

 Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

 There is a group of artists from Fernvale who are currently working from a container in Lowood and who would much prefer an art space more conducive to their hobby.  I am asking on their behalf if there is a space local to Fernvale that would be suitable.

Absolutely fabulous news that Queensland’s Anzac Day Dawn Services, marches and public commemorations will go ahead as normal in 2021 as announced by the Premier of Queensland.

Agenda Item # 35 Councillors’ Report

February

10 Council Ordinary Meeting

10 Council Workshop

10 Kilcoy State High School P & C Assn monthly meeting

11 Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association – Nurinda Underpass Mural – Inspection of progress of works via bikes

11 Brisbane Valley Interagency Zoom Meeting

11 Esk Hospital Auxiliary

13 Over 50’s BVRT Bike Ride – Yarraman to Moore (49 km)

15 RADF Assessment Meeting – Esk

16 Economic Development and Tourism Committee Meeting – Esk

16 Esk Recreation Reserve Committee Meeting

17 Yowie Park Tree Planting

17 Kilcoy District Progress Inc. monthly meeting

17 Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare Group Meeting – Kilcoy

18 Woodfordia – Creative Alliance First Nations Visual Artists Residency Industry Information afternoon

19 Special Meeting – Non-Profit Organisation

22 Toogoolawah State High School Investiture

23 Lowood QCWA Community Morning Tea

23 Kindred Spirits – catch up with the business owners

I was informed at the Kilcoy State High School P & C Assn meeting, that the school has been advised that it will receive a grant of $5.8m to build a two-story school hall.  This need has been identified years ago, and it is absolutely fantastic news that the growing school will enjoy such a wonderful achievement and a very needed hall!

Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare Group are keen to arrange the showing of Kiss the Ground at Toogoolawah and Kilcoy.  The documentary will open after a guest speaker will share current information about the alternative farming methods.  The group look forward to working with Council in supporting the regenerative agriculture workshops being planned in the region during April and May.

There were around 25 artist that took part in the Creative Alliance First Nations Visual Artists Residency Industry held at Woodfordia over a four-day creative development intensive program.

 


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