TV STATION AND NEWSPAPER MARRY UP FOR PROMOTION OF STAYCATIONS AT THE FRASER COAST QUEENSLAND


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FRASER COAST CHRONICLE & CHANNEL 7 TV PARTNER UP TO PROMOTE STAYCATIONS IN THE FRASER COAST

The region’s two largest media outlets, Channel Seven and the Fraser Coast Chronicle, are partnering with Council’s Fraser Coast Staycations marketing initiative by implementing a $100,000 multi-media campaign to boost the Fraser Coast economy.

Don’t miss your opportunity to leverage off this promotion for free.

If you haven’t already signed up as a business partner of the scheme and would like to know more about this free promotional opportunity, please contact:

Vanida Petts
Fraser Coast Regional Council
Phone: 4197 4731
Email: [email protected]

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CAMPING & ENTERTAINMENT AT THE TORBANLEA PICNIC RACES

SEE YOU AT THE TORBANLEA PICNIC RACES @ QUEENSLAND

HI,

It’s that time again! Thought I should give you as much notice as possible…

Planning for the annual Torbanlea Picnic Races on Saturday October 16 is well underway. This year, like 2009, Wide Bay Rural Weekly is a major media partner, and will feature the event over a 3 week series, maximizing promotion, especially to encourage bus bookings, camp site bookings, and all those people who prepare for Fashion of the Field.

The biggest advantage of featuring the event in Wide Bay Rural Weekly, apart from the hugely discounted rates on offer, is the insertion of Wide Bay Rural Weekly into Bundaberg’s NewsMail, Fraser Coast Chronicle and Gympie Times, which provides virtually triple the coverage.

This year the event is likely to be bigger than ever, bus bookings already, campsites and stalls booked already, folk from as far as New Zealand enquiring, and now even Corporate Marquee bookings available for groups 10, 20, 40 and more.

We invite you to consider participation, promote your message and support Torbanlea’s biggest fundraiser of the year. I look forward to opportunity to discuss this with you, and will follow up with a phone call in the next few days.

Should you have any query please feel free to contact me at your earliest opportunity.

  1. Bus bookings with Wide Bay Transit and G & D Ross Bus Charters
  2. Campsite bookings
  3. Entries for Fashion of the Field
  4. Team entries for the Team Tug of War event
  5. Riders and horses nominating for events
  6. The newest addition…..corporate tables and marquee bookings…groups of 10, 20 , 40, 50 or more can prebook to have a set place ready for their group, in the shade of a marquee, with table and chairs and includes the gate entry….for just $25 per head…and it’s all set up and cleaned up for you….

For event details folk can email [email protected] and for participation in the promotion, and program, supporting this major fundraiser email [email protected]

We look forward to your bookings and seeing everyone on the day…

Cheers for now,

Edith Rutherford

APN NEWS & MEDIA

SPECIAL PROJECTS

Mobile: 0409 609 971

Email:[email protected]

PO Box 100 Childers 4660

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NEW MEDICAL CENTRE & COFFEE SHOP RESTAURANT OPENING IN HOWARD – STAKE YOUR CLAIM NOW

Want an easy lifestyle in a seaside village atmosphere with easy access to all facilities?

GRAB THESE SPACES NOW AS THEY ARE AVAILABLE TO SUITABLE OPERATORS

GO FOR IT HERE @ HOWARD

THE CENTRE OF THE FRASER COAST QUEENSLAND

Talk to the people @ first national realty to put you in the picture.

The pics below highlight the prime position of the medical centre and coffee shop

Be part of the Howard / Burrum community. Secure this location quickly.

Published as a community contribution by Henry Sapiecha 1/6/2010

SES IN HOWARD NOW OPEN

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22 September 2009

Howard SES sheds – NOW OPEN

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Response from council re our posting

The State Emergency building at Howard has not been closed.

The building is ready for use and SES volunteers do not have to go to use facilities in other towns as reported on the Burrum Chamber of Commerce Website.

The council did not place a sign [above?]on the building warning people not to enter the building and that it could not be used until further notice.

Volunteers did have concerns about the safety of an electrical switchboard at the building.

Those fears were allayed after the Council employed an electrician to examine the switchboard as part of a project to rewire the building to install more lights and so it could operate on power from generators in an emergency.

The electrician told the Council that the switchboard had been added to many times and while it was cluttered and messy, it was not dangerous.

The Council resolved to install a new switchboard rather than add more wiring to the circuitry.

A contractor has been appointed to install the new switchboard and, while they have been delayed, the contractor will start as soon installing the new switchboard as they can.

In the meantime the SES can continue to use the building.

ENDS

Kevin Corcoran
Principal Officer Corporate Communications
Corporate Marketing and Communications
Fraser Coast Regional Council
Telephone: (07) 4197 4500
Mobile: 0409 724 803
Fax: (07) 4197 4455

Our initial posting was as a result of a visit from the recent leader of the SES and an inspection and photos taken of the closure notice and the buildings generally as posted into our site.

No opinion was formed nor any statements made by myself or the chamber outside of the fact that the premises were closed and the members were to go to other locations for meetings etc as stated by the recent SES leader now retired.

Great to see it back on track. WELL DONE.

Saw the lights on again there with some of the lads last night

Received and posted by Henry Sapiecha 23rd Sept 2009

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FUN RIDE – MEALS ON WHEELS FUND RAISER – HERVEY BAY QLD

Wheels 4 Meals is a fun ride to raise funds for the Hervey Bay Qld Meals for wheels

31st October 2009

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With over 65,000 meals prepared and delivered in the Hervey Bay area each year, this group of dedicated staff and volunteers has out grown their current kitchen premises and requests your support in building their new kitchen centre.

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The Wheels for Meals Fun Ride is open to all ages and runs from Point Vernon to Dayman Park over an easy 1hr course (12km) along the picturesque Charlton Esplanade Hervey Bay. Download course map

At the finish line there will be a BBQ lunch with stalls and Family style entertainment. Singles, Families and corporate groups are welcome and imagination in their wheeled, non motorised transport is encouraged.

Money raised from this event will aid Meals on Wheels Hervey Bay in funding a larger meals preparation site, to cope with an increasing demand for the support of the frail aged, people with disabilities, and their caregivers, in our community, to assist them to continue living in their own homes.

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Register now to start fundraising using our online donation and tracking system. You can register as an individual, family, or corporate team

If you would like to help out but a bike ride is not your thing, you can donate or volunteer.

Notified by HB Chamber

and posted by Henry Sapiecha 7th Sept 2009

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BOB CARLSON BENEFIT CONCERT – BROLGA THEATRE – MARYBOROUGH QLD

YOU ARE INVITED TO

ATTEND, SPONSOR OR

DONATE


THE BOB CARLSON

BENEFIT CONCERT

‘Help Bob in his personal fight against Motor Neurone Disease’

www.newcures.info


Well known and well loved rock and roll, country, and jazz keyboard player Bob Carlson, who formerly worked with The Blue Heeler Band and many of Australia’s biggest music artists, needs your support to raise funds for him to undergo Stem Cell treatment.

Bob is fighting Motor Neurone Disease

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Full program of entertainers

to be anounced soon

Some of Australia’s finest national and regional artists will be performing. Entertainment packed show not to be missed!!!

Host: KERI McINERNEY

Time: 6:30PM Thursday, October 22nd

Location: The Brolga Riverside Theatre

BOOKINGS, DONATIONS OR SPONSORSHIP

Please contact

Keri McInerney
KMM MUSIC AUSTRALIA
Email:
[email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Official Website: http:www.kerimcinerney.com
Phone: (0407) 155993

or

BOOKINGS ONLINE FROM SEPTEMBER 14TH 2009

http://www.brolgatheatre.org/default.asp?PageID=43&n=Purchase+Tickets

Received and published by Henry Sapiecha 3rd Sept 2009

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FREE MONEY GRANT FROM GOVERNMENT TO YOU OF $1,600 – GRAB IT NOW

GET YOUR $1,600 FREE GOVERNMENT MONEY NOW

Insulate your home and get the government to pay $1,600

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Published by Henry Sapiecha 25th August 2009

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GOLF CLASSIC @ HERVEY BAY – FRASER COAST Queensland

GOLF DAY

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Raising funds for local Special Schools

When:   18 September (Friday)
Where:  Hervey Bay Golf & Country Club

Bob Bridgestone Tyre Centre is organising a 3 Ball Ambrose Golf Day in which it is hoped they will raise $5000 towards a new bus for the Hervey Bay Special School and a further $5000 for the Maryborough Special School.

There will be food and drinks provided on the course + lots of raffles (so bring your wallet).

The day is all about raising lots of money for the local Special Schools.

Sponsorship fee is $350 or goods to that value.

Please contact Bob Wicks on 0419 722 746 or Steve at Hervey Bay Golf Club on 4124 4544 if you are interested in attending or putting a team together; or interested in sponsoring this event.

Received and published by Henry Sapiecha 17th August 2009

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MARYBOROUGH CHAMBER AGM BREAKFEST @ BROLGA THEATRE-EXECUTIVE ELECTIONS

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Maryborough Chamber of Commerce Inc.
ABN 61648026769
PO Box 282, Maryborough Qld 4650
[email protected]
www.maryboroughchamberqld.com.au

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Maryborough Chamber of Commerce

Nomination of Executive

AGM  Breakfast Reminder :

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Tuesday 8th  September

@ The BROLGA
6.30am for 7am start
Speaker : TBA
Members $20    —    Non members $25
All positions are declared vacant!
We are experiencing incredible interest in nominations this year which is very exciting and augurs well for the future!
Regards

Shona Soenaid Mulholland

Secretary

Published by Henry Sapiecha. Publicity officer 12th August 2009

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FREE MONEY FOR JAM – YOU ARE INVITED

create-links-logoRADF Community Workshop

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Arts workers, arts groups, community groups, do you want money?

Whatever you or your organisation does, you might do it better by using arts and cultural activities. If so, the RADF is for you!

The Regional Arts Development Fund can provide funding to you as an individual or an organisation for a wide range of arts and cultural activities.

Your local RADF Committee is holding a workshop that explains how the fund works and how to access the money. If you have ideas for arts and cultural activities that you think may be eligible for funding, come and talk about them and get yourself started on the application process.


Time: (Approx. 3 hrs)

Date: 14 August , 2009 from 5.30 pm

Venue:

Reception Room Maryborough City Hall

Refreshments provided

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Received and published by Henry Sapiecha

8th August 2009

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