The Central Ranges LLEN Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 20th May at the Kilmore Racing Club, Kilmore.
The Central Ranges LLEN Chair, Doreen Power, presented a summation of activities throughout 2013 which Executive Officer, Boyd Maplestone elaborated on in his Annual Report.
Copies of the Annual Report and presentation can be found at Central Ranges LLEN Annual General Meeting 2014 page.
Kylie Lethbridge, Manager of Economic Development and Tourism with the Macedon Ranges Shire Council, gave a very informative overview on how she and her Team have established strategies to work collaboratively with the local community to develop, grow and sustain initiatives thus enabling opportunities for vibrant growth within the Shire.
The Annual Christine Cox Trailblazer Award was presented to Pauline Neil, Coordinator of Youth Development with the Macedon Ranges Shire for her outstanding leadership in analysing key local issues, specifically in the field of mental health prevention.
Acknowledgement was also given to fellow Award Nominees:
- Jim Alsop Principal Broadford Secondary College (Educational Leadership),
- Barry Van Weeghel Coordinator Satellite VCAL Kyneton Secondary College (promotion of Flexible Learning Options Programs) and
- Greg Sharp Trainer in Building & Construction, Broadford Secondary College (support of Vocational & Educational Training)
Joe Anka, General Manager Taungurung Clans Aboriginal Corporation and Doreen Power, Director Clinical Services, Tweddle Child & Family Health Services were elected to the Central Ranges LLEN Board of Management for a two year term. For information on the Board click on our Central Ranges LLEN Board of Management page.
Proceedings finished with a light lunch.
Thank you to all the Central Ranges LLEN members and guests who attended the Meeting. We also look forward to continued support from our Membership base in 2014.