Would you like to be involved?
The events, funded through the Queensland Government’s Tackling Regional Adversity through Integrated Care (TRAIC) Program aims to lighten the mood and spirit of North Burnett residents, encourage and support residents to access mental health services, increase knowledge of the range of services available in the region, and overcome the stigma associated with having a mental health issue.
Would you like to be involved? Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from experienced or budding entertainers, community groups and Not-for-Profit organisations, to provide catering, entertainment or volunteer their services during the ‘Reconnecting Communities’ community events. Expression of Interest close Monday, 4 February 2019.
The heavily subsidised community events are scheduled to be held at the following venues:
Biggenden Memorial Hall Friday, 1 March 06:30pm for 07:00pm start
Gayndah Community Hall Saturday, 2 March 06:30pm for 07:00pm start
Mundubbera Community Hall Sunday, 3 March 12:30pm for 01:00pm start
Monto Community Hall Friday, 8 March 06:30pm for 07:00pm start
Eidsvold Community Hall Saturday, 9 March 06:30pm for 07:00pm start
Mount Perry Community Hall Sunday, 10 March 12:30pm for 01:00pm start
For a copy of the Expression of Interest form please see the links below, or for further information about the ‘Reconnecting Communities’ events please contact Council’s Project Manager on 1300 696 272 (1300 MY NBRC), check Council’s website www.northburnett.qld.gov.au (see the latest ‘Council News’), email firstname.lastname@example.org or call in to one of Council’s Customer Service Centre’s.
The ‘Reconnecting Communities’ project was funded through the Queensland Government’s Tackling Regional Adversity through Integrated Care (TRAIC) Program, Mark’s Foundation and North Burnett Regional Council.
Proudly supported by North Burnett Regional Council and the North Burnett Community Services Advisory Committee.