Ordinary Meeting 10 October 2018 – Councillor Report

Ordinary Meeting 10 October 2018 – Councillor Report

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 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 10 October 2018

 

Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

10 October         Farmers’ Workshop – Kilcoy Information Centre

10 October         Toogoolawah Show Society – AGM

13 October         Coominya Public Hall Celebrations

13 October         Kilcoy Rodeo & Kilcoy Konvoy

14 October         Esk Community Choir Gala Choral Concert Somerset Civic Centre

16 October         Mt Kilcoy & Sandy Creek Rural Fire Brigade AGM

18 October         Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce Monthly Meeting

20 October         Jacaranda Festival – Esk

20 October         Chappy Dinner – Kilcoy

21 October         Jammin in Esk

24 October         Kilcoy District Progress Alliance Inc. Monthly Meeting

 

Recognition and sincere congratulations to our local team who are now the PCQ Mounted Games State Champions 2018, and especially to Mikayla Symonds for being awarded the 1st – Australian Champion in Combined Training.

 

As part of The Courier-Mail’s Future SEQ campaign, tickets to the most compelling business and community event in southeast Queensland are now available.  Topics will include population growth, development, infrastructure, technology, education, sport and tourism.

 

Agenda Item #33 Councillors’ Report      (I attended)

26 September   Kilcoy Interagency Meeting

26 September   Kilcoy District Progress Alliance Inc. Monthly Meeting

03 October         Somerset Dam & District Progress Assn Monthly Meeting

03 October         Teddy Bears Picnic – Fernvale

06 October         Mayoral Gala Charity Ball – Esk

09 October         Masquerade Party – Unmask Mental Health – Kilcoy

 

The Teddy Bears Picnic held at the Fernvale Community Hall was very well supported by service providers, parents, grandparents, children and teddy bears.   Analysing and including where appropriate the positive feedback shared with us will only see a bigger and better 2019 picnic.  Well done to staff.

 

Congratulations to all involved with the organisation of the 2018 Mayoral Gala Charity Ball.  Along with eighteen other guests, John and I had a truly enjoyable night, which was full of wonderful entertainment, pleasant surprises, an absolutely mouth-watering dinner and lots of joviality.  We all look forward to the 2019 Mayoral Gala Charity Ball.


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