Cr Gaedtke Councillor Report – 9 May 2018

Cr Gaedtke Councillor Report – 9 May 2018

Category : General News


Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 9 May 2018


Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

11 May                 Kilcoy Art Society Inc. – Exhibition Opening

12 May                 Mixed Dinner Dance – Glamorgan Vale Hall

14 May                 Music, Munchies and Meeting of Friends – Esk Anglican Hall

16 May                 Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare Group Meeting

17 May                 Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea – LJ Hooker Esk/Toogoolawah

18 May                 Kilcoy Cares Book Launch & Purple Disco

19 May                 Esk Show Ball

20 May                 Green Leaves Garden Club 50th Anniversary – Kilcoy

21 May                 Fernvale Community Association Inc Meeting

22May                  Lowood Residents Assn Meeting

19 May                 Glamorgan Vale Fashion Parade


The Queensland Education Department has engaged an external company to undertake an evaluation of the Independent Public Schools (IPS) initiative in Term 2. This evaluation is occurring in line with the IPS Policy Framework, which articulated that an evaluation was to occur in order to identify strengths and areas for improvement, and inform future planning in the state schooling system.



Agenda Item #28 Councillors’ Report

24 April                 Joe Cross Visit – Kilcoy DHC Health Program

25 April                 Anzac Day Commemorations

– Esk Dawn Service, Fernvale Morning Service,  & Kilcoy Morning Service

25 April                 Kilcoy Christmas Carnival – Kilcoy Lions Club Meeting

01 May                 Turning of the Sod – Lowood Sewage Treatment Plant – QUU

02 May                 Somerset Dam & District Progress Assn Meeting

02 May                 Meeting with Kilcoy Volunteer

03 May                 Meeting with Kilcoy Lions Club – Theatre Project

09 May                 Kilcoy High School P & C Assn Meeting




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