Welcome to this edition of eConnect, Gladstone Regional Council's fortnightly online newsletter. Here's a snapshot of news and events around our region:
TV presenter returns
Jerry Coleby-Williams returns as guest speaker at our free environmental awareness event, Ecofest, at Tondoon Botanic Gardens on May 31.
Green garden tips
The Calliope Garden Club is preparing to make its enthusiastic debut as a stallholder at this year's Ecofest.
Community organisations and agencies in drought-affected areas are invited to apply for a Community Drought Support grant.
Council has contracted a coastal engineer to develop concept designs and estimate costs for erosion prevention measures.
The Brother's Quibble by Aaron Blabey will be read at all libraries at 11am on May 27 as part of National Simultaneous Storytime.
Fine art exhibition
Visit local artist Marie Green's Reflections of Yesteryear exhibition at the Gallery & Museum. On display until June 20.
Lions Club sublease
A new 20-year sublease will be offered to the Miriam Vale Lions Club Inc as part of the $5 million Alf Larson/Lions Park redevelopment.
Jobs in Council
Council is recruiting for a General Manager at Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre, parks labourer, senior engineer and more.
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