Cham­ber steps in on rail­way project

Central Telegraph - - LIFE - THEODORE DENISE & PAUL FOWKES theodor­e­news@cqs­copes.com.au

Gyranda news

NIKKI and Peter Ma­hony at Gyranda Sta­tion are of­fer­ing cour­ses for prac­ti­cal cat­tle han­dling.

A low-stress ap­proach, the LSS school is a re­mark­able two-day pro­gram that can leave you want­ing to do stock work, see­ing the eco­nomic ben­e­fits in the ki­los gained and the ease in which stock han­dling can be achieved.

Schools cater for some­one who has lit­tle or no ex­pe­ri­ence in han­dling stock, as well as highly com­pe­tent stock peo­ple.

The school is on Mon­day, May 22, and Tues­day, May 23. Con­tact Gyranda for de­tails and costs.

Aussie Camper Rally

Theodore is part of this year’s Aussie Camper Rally, start­ing on the Dar­ling Downs and fin­ish­ing in Nor­man­ton 10 days later.

Theodore is stage three in the rally, which is pro­mot­ing the Aussie Helpers pro­gram that keeps in touch with hun­dreds of farm­ing fam­i­lies to en­sure their well-be­ing through good and bad times.

On of­fer are two nights in Noosa spon­sored by Pep­pers at Noosa and NBN sub­scrip­tions for de­serv­ing per­sons in the area.

A nom­i­na­tion box is at the ho­tel.

Also on of­fer is a raf­fle for three nights ac­com­mo­da­tion at Ivory Palms at Noosaville.

Tick­ets for that are available at the youth cen­tre and it will be drawn at the Theodore Ho­tel on Tues­day, April 4.

Cham­ber meet­ing

Last Wed­nes­day, Theodore Cham­ber of Com­merce held its monthly meet­ing with a huge turnout.

One of the hot topics again was the in­com­plete rail­way build­ing project.

Mem­bers pro­posed the cham­ber for­mally take over the project due to very slow progress in the past eight months.

Mem­bers felt they had been let down by key per­sons in­volved in the de­vel­op­ment role, while some in­di­vid­u­als had done a fan­tas­tic job.

In a short time prior to the meet­ing, mem­bers were able to put to­gether an ac­tions plan as well as ob­tain sev­eral quotes, in­clud­ing for paint­ing and spe­cial­ist sand­blast­ing, as well as key ad­vice on get­ting the project mov­ing.

The coun­cil has been help­ful in pro­vid­ing in­for­ma­tion to get the project mov­ing.

A spe­cial on-site meet­ing was called for Tues­day to de­cide on the scope of de­vel­op­ment for the build­ing and where nec­es­sary ob­tain suit­able coun­cil ap­provals.

The aim now is to get it fin­ished.

Prop­erty boom

Fol­low­ing suit with other re­gional prop­erty sales, Theodore has had a num­ber of re­cent de­vel­op­ments.

New res­i­dents Mr and Mrs Trus­sell – lo­cally nick­named Mr and Mrs Monster Truck due to the size of their ve­hi­cle – ar­rived in Theodore a while ago and liked it so much they de­cided to stay, buy­ing a house on Eleventh Ave.

Theodore Men’s Shed

Theodore Men’s Shed will hold its AGM on Satur­day, March 18, at 10am at the Men’s Shed on Western Lane. New mem­bers are wel­come.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, please phone Peter Oelk­ers on 0409 631 538.

Golf re­sults

The club played a Monthly Medal with 14 play­ers. The men’s win­ner was Bill Stevens and the ladies’ win­ner was Mar­i­anne Van Drunen. The win­ner of the pin shot was John Clifton.

There were two match play games – Bill Stevens v Peter French and Dale Woods v Todd Car­ney. Bill and Dale won their matches.

Cent sale

The Theodore Lo­cal Am­bu­lance Com­mit­tee is hold­ing a cent sale on Satur­day, July 15.

The com­mit­tee is seek­ing new, un­used items to go to­wards the prize pool.

Please email theodor­elac @out­look.com.au to be put in touch with a com­mit­tee mem­ber.

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