Hawkes­bury’s Meet and Greet

Hills to Hawkesbury Living Magazine - - Local Politics -

Over 50 lo­cal busi­nesses at­tended Hawkes­bury City Coun­cil’s Busi­ness Meet and Greet last week at the Hawkes­bury Re­gional Mu­seum in Wind­sor. It was a great op­por­tu­nity for busi­nesses to net­work and a chance to hear about Coun­cil pro­jects and events.

This was Coun­cil’s sec­ond Meet and Greet event, with the first one held in Novem­ber 2017. Thanks to over­whelm­ing sup­port and in­ter­est, Coun­cil in­tends to con­tinue the Meet and Greet ses­sions through­out 2018.

Or­gan­i­sa­tions in at­ten­dance in­cluded Nova Em­ploy­ment, McDon­alds - Hawkes­bury fran­chises, Hill­billy Cider, Wind­sor Busi­ness Group, Blue Datto Foun­da­tion, Kur­ra­jong Com­mu­nity Fo­rum, Hawkes­bury Police, Wind­sor Angli­can Church, Rich­mond Club, Hawkes­bury Town Cen­tres Work­ing Group and Blue Moun­tains Botanic Gar­den.

If you are a lo­cal Hawkes­bury busi­ness and would like to be added to Coun­cil’s in­vi­ta­tion list for the next Busi­ness Meet and Greet, please email [email protected]­bury.nsw.gov.au

Coun­cil­lor Emma-Jane Gar­row, Joe and Colleen Vas­sallo – Blue Datto Foun­da­tion and Peter Webb – Hawkes­bury Cit­i­zen of the Year

Aaron Brocken, Joe and Colleen Vas­sallo, Coun­cil­lor Danielle Wheeler, Peter Webb, Peter Con­roy, Fiona Smith, Coun­cil­lor Emma-Jane Gar­row and daugh­ter Piper, Coun­cil­lor Paul Ras­mussen and Coun­cil­lor Peter Reynolds.

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