Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 24 October 2018

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 24 October 2018

Category : General News

 

Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

23 – 28 October Ken & Annie’s Music Campout – Toogoolawah

25 October         QWCA 95th Birthday Esk

27 October         Bush Breakfast under the Trees – Toogoolawah

27 October         Toogoolawah Clay Target Club Dinner

27 October         Toogoolawah Tennis Courts 110 years anniversary

27 October         Toogoolawah Clay Target Club Dinner

29-31 October   122nd LGAQ Annual Conference – Brisbane

01 November    Brisbane Valley Heritage Trail Committee Meeting

08 November    Kilcoy State School P & C Assn Meeting

09 November    Kilcoy High School 56th Annual Awards Ceremony

09 November    Exhibition Opening – Kilcoy Courthouse Art Gallery

10 November    BVRT Afternoon & Night Ride – Esk to Moore

11 November    Fernvale Memorial Park Unveiling Ceremony

11 November    Remembrance Day

13 November    Citizenship Ceremony – Esk

14 November    Kilcoy High School P & C Assn Meeting

 

There was a steady stream of vehicles that travelled Kilcoy-Murgon Road to Diaper over the weekend.   The Element Festival was held at Landcruiser Mountain Park on 19th, 20th & 21st October 2018.  When searching about the festival, I was surprised and pleased to read that the organiser was supporting the local region by advising come for the weekend, stay for the week.  The rhetoric recorded “We strongly urge all festival attendees to support the local region which hosts the festival by visiting shops and tourist attraction in the surrounding towns.  “If possible, do your food, fuel or camping shopping locally before you head into the festival.  Elements Festival is to be a positive event for the local area and by supporting local businesses you can help us achieve this”.

 

It is pleasing to see the number of people attending the Equinox event at the Toogoolawah Rambler Skydiving site.  The event seems to be attracting many lovers of skydiving.   The event runs from 20 – 28 October 2018.

 

Agenda Item #28 Councillors’ Report      (I attended)

10 October         Farmers Workshop – Kilcoy

10 October         Kilcoy High School P & C Assn Monthly Meeting

10 October         Toogoolawah Show Society AGM

11 October         Brisbane Valley Interagency Meeting – Fernvale

11 October         Solar Farm Meeting with Deb Frecklington MP – Kilcoy

13 October         Coominya Public Hall BBQ

17 October         BVRT – Community Consultation on the Strategic Plan

18 October         Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce Meeting

20 October         Kilcoy Indoor Sports Centre – Breast Cancer Fund Raising Event

20 October         Chappy Fundraising Dinner – Kilcoy

 

There were many service providers represented at the Brisbane Valley Interagency Meeting held at Fernvale with differing topics being discussed.  A meeting full of interesting conversation.

 

It is rewarding to witness community groups who make a difference to their local community, and the Coominya Public Hall Committee should be congratulated on the improvements that have been carried out to this important community asset.

 

Saturday 20th October was a day for fundraising at Kilcoy.  The Kilcoy Indoor Sports Centre hosted various activities and a free breakfast to raise funds for Breast Cancer, and Willie Wagtails Nest hosted the delightful Chappy Fundraising Dinner.

 


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After 39 years, 31 as staff and 2 terms as Councillor, I have enjoyed my journey and understand the importance of Local Government as the grass root level of government.

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