C4GS August Newsletter

Published Sep 7, 2017 by Bec White

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

As you will find, we have had a very busy month.

National Irrigator’s Council CEO Steve Whan was our guest speaker at our members breakfast function. We thank Steve for coming to visit our community. For more information regarding what Steve got up to whilst he was in our region please click on the link in our newsletter.

Committee for Greater Shepparton was also delighted to welcome he La Trobe University Council for lunch. We are excited about what the future holds for the regional tertiary education.

We were also fortunate enough to have 2 of our board members Lesley Hart and Rebecca Woolstencroft as well as our CEO Sam Birrell speak at the NAWO ( National Association of Women in Operations) event.

Deanne also caught up with our sister Victorian Committee 4’s in Melbourne to discuss some very important topics in our regional cities.

And good news, applications for the 2018 Fairley Leadership Program are NOW OPEN!

In our upcoming events we have the following members events:

  • Young Leaders Breakfast 26/10/2017
  • Manufacturing Forum 23/11/2017
  • Members Dinner 08/12/2017

So make sure you mark these dates in your calendars.

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

We can’t wait to see what September will bring for Committee for Greater Shepparton!

C4GS August Newsletter

Bec White

Bec White


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