C4GS September Newsletter

Published Oct 10, 2017 by Bec White

c4gs newsletter

Thank you for all of your continued support of the Committee of Greater Shepparton.

We thought August was a busy month- wow how we were wrong!! It appears that coming closer to the end of the year we will keep getting busier and busier which is what we want!

Our CEO Sam Birrell visited Canberra for a couple of days which consisted of meetings with senior advisors to Minister Fiona Nash and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce.

We attended the opening of Shepparton’s newest facilities at the Shepparton Sports City.

One of our Committee for Greater Shepparton members Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority won the International Watsave Technology Award by the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage for it’s “Farm Water Program”.

Our Membership and Marketing Manager Deanne caught up with some of her Fairley Leadership fellows in Wangaratta where Christine Nixon was the guest speaker.

In our upcoming events we have the following member events:

  • Young Leaders Breakfast 25/10/2017
  • Parliament House Gold & Silver Member’s Dinner 09/11/2017
  • Manufacturing Forum 23/11/2017
  • Members Dinner 08/12/2017

Please make sure you mark these dates in your calendar and let us know if you can attend!

If you would like to become a member or would like to know further details about any of our upcoming events, please contact our Membership and Marketing Manager Deanne Armstrong on 0400 519 024.

We can’t wait to see what October will bring for Committee for Greater Shepparton.

C4GS September Newsletter

Bec White

Bec White


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