- Wednesday 08 July 2020
COVID-19 Community Response Grants
Many not-for-profit organisations have been doing it tough during COVID-19 and I’m proud to share that 97 groups recently received support thanks to council’s COVID-19 Community Response Grants. Much needed grants were awarded to Glasshouse Country Horse and Pony Club, Landsborough Area Community Association, Beerwah Glasshouse United Football Club, Beerwah Sportsground Management Committee, Glass House Country Community Group, Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club and Glasshouse Mountains Touch Football Association.
Have your say on new regional sport and recreation project
Please consider reviewing the draft master plan for the new 75-hectare Honey Farm Road Sport and Recreation Precinct at Meridan Plains (opposite Corbould Park Racecourse). Now is your chance to share your experience and ideas. The precinct will provide our region with a considerably expanded range of opportunities to enjoy active sports, outdoor recreation, healthy living and community events. Visit council’s website to ‘have your say’ by July 24. Feedback received will be used to guide the final design.
More Horizon Festival events on the way
Get your creative fix during July with one of the upcoming Horizon Festival online events. The program features a fun, augmented reality children’s activity A Forest in My Pocket, an Open Air concert featuring Katie Noonan and Louise King, the next two Homegrown local artist commissions and much more. Get all of the details at www.horizonfestival.com.au
Plastic Free July
It’s all about encouraging more sustainable choices and swapping out single-use plastics! For all the details head to council’s Living Smart website, www.livingsmartqld.com.au.