The Surf Coast Energy Group (SCEG) is proud to present:
Growth and its Impact on Spring Creek
The Forum features two prestigious speakers:
Bob Abbot - Former Mayor Noosa Heads - Making a Case for Town Boundaries
Charles Kovess - Motivational Speaker - Can the Surf Coast become a leader with Industrial Hemp?
SCEG Production’s vignette - ‘Saving the Nature of Spring Creek’ starring Torquay Primary College students and community leaders.
SCEG’s hard work to provide policy direction for a 21st century is given voice though our guest speakers with actions for our local community; for our environment and for our local economy. We believe the insights offered will be invaluable as important reference points for decision-making and makers!
We sincerely hope you can attend and look forward to seeing you.
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The Forum on ‘Growth and its Impact on Spring Creek’ will take place from 6.00pm – 8:30pm Saturday, 29th April at the Torquay Improvement Association Hall, 8-12 Price St, Torquay.
Doors open @ 6:00 pm for art exhibition of local native wildlife by Surf Coast artist Mark Trinham.
Free admission with donation to support SCEG
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