Our 2013 year AGM
Held on the 17.07.14
At the AGM, Steve Walker our President for the last five years, resigned his position. Steve became President at the very start of the Obi Obi Hall renovation and has been a big part of the transformation of the hall to its now fully functioning state.
At the AGM the 2013 year auditor’s report was presented, the correspondence for the 2013 year reviewed and a new Management Committee elected.
The new Management Committee.
President Rodney Heading
Vice-President Ray Passmore
Treasurer Pam Engle
Secretary Dennis Woodford
Matt Trace (LNP Candidate for Nicklin) attended the AGM.
A morning working bee will be held at the hall next Saturday the 9th of August at 9.00 am.
Repairs are required to the fairy lights, folding tables and hall fittings. The storage areas need to be re-arranged and a water point needs to be installed at the front of the hall.
Sunshine Coast Council has provided the hall with five truck loads of recycled road base to use to improve the Stave Rd parking areas.
Celebrate with Mary – From Gympie to Connondale
The aim of the Celebrate with Mary project is to encourage more people to use the many businesses in the Mary Valley for any type of celebrations, weddings, anniversaries and birthdays.
Over thirty businesses are initially involved, all from the celebration industry within the Mary Valley – Accommodation, Caterers, Celebrant, Decorators, Entertainment, Floral, Photography, Party Hire, Transportation and Reception Venues.
Celebrate with Mary will promote Mary Valley businesses via facebook and an eBook.
The gathering started with refreshments outside around the fire.
The function was officially opened by Steve Walker
Music from Cool Lula
And That Sixties Guy
Resulting a pleasant night for all
Packing up the sound equipment, the van was already partly filled but somehow they got the remainder in.
The latest wedding
The results of the heavy frost on the 12th of July on weeds along the verges of Obi Obi Rd.
Legume burnt, caster oil plants retarded, lantana badly burned and even wild tobacco looking sick.