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In Coominya this afternoon to open the brand new Brisbane Valley Protein Community Garden project. Local schools and neighbours will be part of the initial stages of the community garden, which will eventually expand across two hectares. Great to help plant the first vegies in this exciting new project for Coominya.
It was great to present a brand new Queensland Flag to Kingaroy State School recently. If your school or community organisation needs a new Qld Flag, just give my office a call on 4190 7100 and I can arrange this for you!
Check this out DUSTYBUTTS just one of the great local Goomeri businesses run by a local girl both online and in store.
I know many, many rural roads need fixing, this section of the Mundubbera - Durong Road I travelled on again today is narrow, dangerous and carries heaps of trucks, we need to fight for this one. Kathy Duff BIEDO Keith Campbell - Mayor - South Burnett Regional Council
Wet but successful Cooyar Trail Bike Ride 2017 well done to all Cooyar Events, heaps of helpers and smiling faces.
International Day of Rural Women today thanks BIEDO for organising the women in work shirts walk. Also massive thanks to QCWA Wooroolin ladies for the best morning tea.
☎️ Please share... The BIEDO girls have had a quick chat and we are not going to be put off by a little rain cloud...that and we are really looking forward to scones for morning tea today! We are sticking with our plans to meet at Dalton Place, Wooroolin at 9am and if the weather has cleared we will head off for a walk together. If it's raining, we will still get to enjoy an amazing morning tea thanks to the Wooroolin QCWA ladies. Hope you can join us to celebrate the International Day of Rural Women and how lucky we are to be getting some beautiful rain in our part of the world ☔️
Still on! See you at 9am Wooroolin.
Stella & Les were part of the original team who instigated the Maclagan Squeezebox Festival, 15 years later they are retiring - thanks for everything! Wonderful to be back again this year. The hall committee put so much work into this unique event, so it is great to see people travel from all over to attend.
Was so great to have both Coolabunia State School and Kumbia State School at Parliament House this week. The Kumbia kids had a fun time chatting to Tim Nicholls MP. School camp over for another year thanks to parents and teachers who I know were exhausted!
Kilcoy Indoor Sport Centre is a great facility - Lisa Webster talked me into coming to today's 9am session on my way home from the parliament week. The gym is mostly a community hub and it needs more people to keep it going - lots of fun, thanks Jane & Wendy for going easy!
I cannot believe the leader of this State refuses to condemn this vile behaviour by the union who is a major financial supporter of the Labor Party.