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Story: Brooke Jacobson
Published On : May 26, 2022
LILLEY CITIZENS HONOURED 

Congratulations to the 2022 Lilley Honours List recipients, who received their awards at a recent ceremony hosted by Federal MP for Lilley, Anika Wells.

The award recipients were:


  • Ted Tremayne Business Award: Espresso Train

  • Marchant Family Award for Active Citizenship: Kane Jacobson from Sandgate State School P&C

  • Anne Stanton Award for Fostering the Development of Young People: Christopher Reid from Wavell Heights Scout Group

  • Elaine Darling Award for Community Leadership: Sharyn Furze from Share the Dignity


A number of people were also named as being Lilley Flood Heroes – Mark and Rhonda Lester; Daniel Friske; Oahk Mueangnoi; Matthew Blyth; Troy Schultz; Kara Rigg; Eden Taylor; and Lee O’Neill.
 
FREE PILATES CLASS

Try Pilates in the calming surrounds of the Boondall Wetlands. There’s a free class on Friday 3 June at 8am at the Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre, 31 Paperbark Drive, Boondall.

To book, or for more information, phone Sharon on 0439 996 049 or email her on sharon@precisionpilates.com.au
 
DAMP KEEPS ON RISING

If there’s one thing residents of the 4017 have been discussing on social media in recent weeks, it’s mould. After weeks of rain, followed by humidity, it seems we’re all experiencing mould and damp conditions at home. Some of the solutions offered on local Facebook pages included: wiping over surfaces with white vinegar; investing in a dehumidifier; moisture absorbers in the cupboards; and even equal parts isocol and water, used as a spray for surfaces. Other suggestions included: clove oil and water; leaving “jumbo chalk” around the house and when it changes colour, put it outside to dry before bringing it back in again.

Do you have any tips for getting rid of mould? If so, email them to Bramble Bites so we can share with our readers!

 ACE NEW LIGHTING FOR TENNIS CLUB

State MP for Sandgate, Stirling Hinchliffe, has announced the Sandgate and District Youth Tennis Association is set to receive $78,291 to upgrade their lighting to lux 250.

“This funding is a part of the more than $9.7 million which has been approved to 104 Queensland sport and active recreation organisations and local governments so they can build or upgrade their playing facilities as part of the Active Gameday Projects fund,” he said.

“The State Government is committed to providing our community with funding and support for minor infrastructure projects which make the place we live, that little bit better.”


HEALTH AND WELLNESS FOR WOMEN

The Women’s Health and Wellness Expo will be held on Saturday, June 4 from noon to 4pm, at the Bracken Ridge Community Hall (next to the Bracken Ridge library). Come along for talks about nutrition, health and wellness, as well as stalls selling plants, candles, crystals, make-up and skincare, and crafts. There’s a lucky door prize and a free clothes swap as well.

For more information contact Haley on: 0411 357 320 or Kristy on: 0421 868 867


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