C4GS Annual General Meeting Dinner 2018

Published Feb 16, 2018 by Bec White


C4GS Annual General Meeting Dinner 2018

Committee for Greater Shepparton held our 2018 Annual General Meeting Dinner last night and hosted the Education Minister, James Merlino. The Shepparton Education Plan is an exciting development for our region and we look forward to more progress toward a better education future for all of our young people.
To paraphrase Pink Floyd in a contradictory way ‘we do need education – hey Minister, don’t leave them kids alone’!

Thank you to all that helped make the night a great success.

Thank you Angela and Cam Mangimeli – The Woolshed at Emerald Bank, for hosting us and to all your staff for making our night such a success. It is always a pleasure working with you as the night always runs smoothly, looks professional and meals are amazing.

Jamie Noonan, thank you for allowing us to use some of your amazing photos in our Annual Report. You have captured just how beautiful our landscape really is in the Shepparton Region.

On behalf of our Board and Executive, thank you to our members for your ongoing support and we look forward to working with you in 2018. Below are some of our photos from the night.

C4GS AGM Update:

Two of our current Board members stepped down this year; Rebecca Woolstencroft and Peter Gray. On behalf of our Board and Executives thank you for your contribution to our region.

We also welcomed two new Board members Jane Macey and Scott Kelly. To find out more about our new Board please refer to our ‘About’ section on our website.


Bec White

Bec White


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