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South Gippsland Shire Council wants to hear from Mirboo North residents on 'things to do in and around the Boo'
An opportunity for Mirboo North to chat to Council about clubs and sports in their area.
Many people living in South Gippsland work outside of 9-to-5 hours. Because of this, being part of organised clubs and sports are often hard to commit to. Things to do in and around the Boo is a South Gippsland Shire Council event that aims to have a chat with those in Mirboo North and surrounds.
Things to do in and around the Boo is an event that aims to have a chat with those in Mirboo North and surrounding areas about the barriers to joining clubs or teams
Things to know
There are topics that can be talked about in the event, and they are:
- Are there barriers to joining clubs or teams? How can Council help overcome some of these?
- Is there something not currently offered that you would like to see offered?
We want to hear from any and all community members who have some ideas on this or even just want to say 'hello'.
Details on the event
The event will be taking place at the:
- Walter J Tuck Reserve
- Wednesday 21 July 6.00pm to 8.00pm
A free dinner will also be provided to all attendees. To register, visit in and around the Boo.
Pictures from South Gippsland Shire web page.
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