Korumburra Swap Meet - Melbourne
CHALKING ONE UP $9 million for Korumburra Secondary College rebuild .. “ We can have up to patrons during the swap meet,” A and P Society vice . Noah's piece made it into the yearly calendar for the month of May. .. The actual amount rates rose by in /14 is now seen to be a minimum of. Second Saturday | 10 January | Phillip Island Swap Meet | VIC Second Sunday | 11 January | Korumburra Swap Meet | VIC Third Sunday | Korumburra Swap Meet will take place at Korumburra Showgrounds, South Gippsland The Korumburra Swap Meet is on Sunday 13th January at the .
The hall was built in and while a number of upgrades have been made, there are some major issues which need to be resolved. The facility is currently managed by a Volunteer Incorporated Asso- ciation.
As well as this, the hall is used for yoga sessions, the film society, a church group and as an opportunity shop. A building practitioner has identified the issues with the hall and the drainage will need to be fixed, floors need to be repaired, the electrical system needs to be upgraded and painting will have to be done once the rest of the work is finished.
Access into the hall and to use the bathroom is an issue for those with mobility troubles. They will be looking at an access ramp to improve the facility for all. The major flooring issues include soft spots and rot due to lack of ventilation.
It has been recommended a veranda be put in for extra cover. Ms Spokes and Ms McGlead said the upgrades will benefit the Fish Creek community because it will increase usage of the hall, produce economic benefits, help volunteer groups function and will enhance the streetscape.
Cr Mohya Davies congratulated them on the proposed plan as it showed Fish Creek is taking a proactive step to fixing its beloved hall. The message expressed the importance of the commitment the new citizens have made to Australia and its people and the responsibility of honouring its legacy. He thanked them for the contribution they will make as new members in society.
Mayor Cr Jeannette Harding officially announced the new citizens in front of their family and friends at the council chambers in Leongatha. Right, Mother and daughter: They live in Korumburra. Prizes will be drawn at the conclusion of the day and winners notified.
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Closed item - Community grants round 1 Closed item - two contractual matters Closed Item - personnel matter The Audit Committee meets four times per year and in will meet on 16 February, 18 May, 7 September and 16 November. An attendance fee plus travel allowance applies. The term of appointment will be for an initial three year term from the date of appointment, with a second and final three year term available at the discretion of Council.
Applications, including cover letter and Curriculum Vitae, should be forwarded to Manager Governance Services Private Bag 4, Leongatha or council southgippsland.
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Further details and an information pack can be obtained by contacting Luke Anthony on or from www. The amendment proposes to rezone the land from the Farming Zone to the General Residential Zone 1 and apply a Development Plan Overlay Schedule 10 to guide the future residential subdivision of the land.
You may inspect the amendment, any documents that support the amendment and the explanatory report about the amendment, free of charge, at South Gippsland Shire Council 9 Smith St Leongatha; Post Office, Mitchell St Nyora; and www. Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning authority. Submissions must be made in writing giving the submitter's name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the Amendment is supported or opposed and indicating what changes if any the submitter wishes to make.
Name and contact details of submitters are required for Council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend Council meetings and any public hearing held to consider submissions. In accordance with the Planning and Environment ActCouncil must make available for inspection a copy of any submissions made.
The closing date for submissions is Mon 19 January Documentation is available from www. The full deposit needs to be made within 70 days of the purchase. However Syd Whyte was not directly seeking money for the land but for improved facilities. Cr Lorraine Brunt supported the A and P society, saying it made the best of a difficult circumstance.
Works need to start to improve parking space for patrons and drainage at the Korumburra Showgrounds, which is owned largely by the A and P Society and hosts a lot of major community events. The new land will extend the Korumburra Showgrounds by 1. The shire and specifically Korumburra is becoming a home to many retirees and sea-changers.
This funding will help the A and P Society meet the expectations of all residents and provide a functioning facility.
Adequate parking needs to be put in place, tree management needs to be improved and the A and P Society want to see an improvement plan for the overall site. The skate park is popular among the youth in the town but the A and P society is pushing for relocation. Targeted at local businesses, the forum will feature four presenters: Kylie, despite specialising in social media, is no stranger to traditional media having appeared on numerous television and radio programs such as the Today Show.
An international public speaker who has trained, coached and inspired more than 1, businesses to become so- Kylie Bartlett: Grassy Spur area Minor Stabilisation Works: Station Road, Foster Rhys Freeman: There is gravel parking throughout the reserve which is poorly designed and in average condition.
Deputy mayor Cr Nigel Hutchinson-Brooks said council required a clear proposal before it can assist. Visitors were encouraged to create their own Pyrography masterpieces. December - January Kellie Smithone of the gallery's young members, had a very well received Pencil Portrait Art Exhibition of her work, attracting younger visitors into the gallery. Friday 11th - Sunday 13th September For the 59th Leongatha Daffodil and Floral Show and Festival and the Australian National Daffodil Championships at the Leongatha Memorial Hall, the Gallery was 'full of Spring' with a wide range of beautifil art and craft items on exhibition and for sale.
The exhibition team led by Alysia Norton and Karen Pendretti set up a fabulous display of members pieces of art in many media, with some pieces from the Gallery and others made especially for the event.
In opening the evening, President Noelle Walker and former President Tric Hill highlighted the important and growing part that art and galleries have in many Gippsland communities and in particular the success of the LACS Gallery in Leongatha.
Tric then introduced Pat Dale, a present and original member into give a first-hand potted history of the society in Leongatha. With Noelle and Pat by her side, Tric's creative flair came to the fore with the clever quip of the night about their three surnames - 'Walker is going up Hill and down Dale' - much appreciated by the laughter and applause from the crowd.
Tric also introduced the accomplished South Gippsland based artist and art educator Bob Hickman, who praised the work of LACS and reinforced the great value that art plays in any community. Members worked on the scroll saw and lathe at Korumburra Show on February Newer members are receiving tuition in wood turning and the use of machine tools. December 17th, — January 29th, four of our members exhibited A Day at the Beach. For this exhibition the artists concentrated on flora, fauna and the amazing scenery at Walkerville to inspire their paintings and 3D works in their individual style and medium to show their day at the beach.
The Gallery opened for display and sales over the three days of the festival and many of the festival visitors took the opportunity to visit the Gallery with the attractive displays of the diverse range of quality art and craft.
The Woodworkers demonstrated woodturning and scroll sawing in a tent in the courtyard between the Gallery and the hall. March - April for Easter Over Easter the Leongatha Embroidery Group once again showcased their beautiful work. Congratulations to Noelle Walker who was the feature artist for December and January. Noelle, who is the LACS President from Jumbunna, had a very successful exhibition of her beautiful and inspirational embroidery and jewellery 'Through the Point of a Needle' see photographs below.
Two centrepiece items were counted cross-stitch embroidered computer generated images from photographs of Noelle's mother and father. Noelle started using beading as detail in her embroidery but beading has now taken over. She runs a business selling her beaded jewellery on-line. Noelle's exhibition was featured in one of the local Leongatha newspapers.
The Christmas gallery exhibition included sections with beautiful gift items hand-made from various art and craft media. Click on the photo to enlarge: Once again the Woodworkers Group took the opportunity of the Leongatha Daffodil Festival to demonstrate their art and craft to festival visitors who also took the opportunity to browse and purchase the hundreds of diverse and beautiful art and craft items in the Gallery.
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