Most of these happenings are a long way off at this early stage but here are some interesting dates to note in your diary for upcoming BeCA events.
Chopperline will be holding another Open Day on 29th & 30th June 2013. They have chosen this weekend as it coincides with Queensland Air Museum’s Annual Open Cockpit weekend.
Here are the details and an outline of some of the things happening at Chopperline on the day:
Date: Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th June 2013 – 9am – 3pm. Address: Caloundra Airport – 12 Pathfinder Drive, Caloundra, 4551. Contact: Tara James or Jodie Moffatt – 07 5491 8588
- jumping castle for the kids
- aircraft displays (on ground)
- a sausage sizzle to raise money for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter
- scenic and trial flights for both helicopter and aeroplane (between 15-30 minutes each in length)
Residents could expect extra flights overhead on this weekend. Chopperline only plan to be running between 9am & 3pm.
The Bellvista Community Association AGM is due to be held on Monday August 5th. There will be an election for the BeCA Management Committee on that date and we have been notified that one current member won’t be standing as they are leaving Bellvista. There is a vacancy to fill for an interested resident. You can download a Nomination Form from HERE. We are awaiting confirmation from Stockland regarding attending the AGM and providing an update on Caloundra South. Local MP Mark McArdle has a Parliamentary Commitment and is unable to attend the AGM.
The Public Meeting to be held on Monday November 4th should be a bumper meeting with SC Mayor Mark Jamieson accepting an invitation to address the community. We are also awaiting confirmation from a senior official of the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital to attend as well.
These are dates for you to mark on your calendar now.
BeCA is meeting with SCRC this Wednesday to discuss the future of the old Land Sales Office from the SCRC perspective. BeCA is keen for it to become a community facility. Council Officers believe the building fails to meet numerous criteria for it to be nominated as a Community Facility. There has not been any response from residents or local groups at this stage who would be prepared to assist with the possible future management of the building if it were to be approved.