Ever had a hassle which has nagged you? It may be a noisy car or some other action around you. It may be a parking issue or an uneven footpath. Tomorrow night’s BeCA Public Meeting at 6:45pm in the Bellvista Meeting Place is a meeting you should get to.
Because not only will there be a member of the Caloundra based Police Service in attendance, but also Cr Rick Baberowski will be there as well. There is nothing like a little one on one conversation to get an issue which is really nagging at you to be heard and hopefully responded to. This is the best chance ever for you to catch up with the relevant official and get your 10 cents worth in.
See you there.
There will be presentations from Tony Mohr and the 106 Caloundra Cadets and the amazing Caloundra Arts Centre Association. In 2017 Tony’s Cadets put on a supremely impressive presentation and a credit to the man and the young adults involved. Come along and enjoy Tony and the cadets.
Did you know the Caloundra Arts Centre Association (CACA) has well over 500 members? Operating out of the amazing facility in North St Caloundra, CACA provides a wide range of art and craft groups. There are knitters, quilters, stitchers, painters, sculptors and a wide range of art craft groups to be involved with. If you are new to the area or even a long term resident, then CACA is a great way to meet new people. And don’t think it is a women’s only association, there are numerous men involved, even into the knitting and crocheting groups. Of course painters and sculptors have a mix of men and women attendees.
At Monday’s BeCA meeting you will have a chance to learn more about CACA and what they have to offer. You can expand your skills and an even better opportunity to meet new people and make new friends.
So remember, Monday night, 6:45pm at the Bellvista Meeting Place. After the meeting there is a chance for that one on one discussion you wanted and to enjoy a chat and a warm drink.
See you there!