Please join us for our 2021 AGM!
We invite you to arrive at our office (114 Boundary St, Railway Estate) from 6pm on Wednesday 29th September for a light dinner while you mingle with other members, our Management Committee and staff. Drinks will be available for purchase, along with tickets into a fundraising raffle to be drawn on the night.
The official business will kick off at 6.30pm. Non-members are welcome to attend but only current members will be invited to vote.
- Welcome and determination of quorum
- Acknowledgement of Country
- Update from the President and Management Committee
- Coordinator's Report
- Community Engagement and Fundraising Report
- Acceptance of minutes from previous AGM
- Business arising from previous AGM minutes
- Tabling of NQCC Annual Report
- Presentation of Annual Financial Reports for 2020/21
- Proposed amendments to NQCC's Rules of Association
- Election of Office Bearers for the next Management Committee
- Appointment of the auditor for the next financial year (2021/22)
- Meeting close
We will be adhering to the latest Covid-19 health advice. If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you stay at home.
If required, please submit any of the following forms to [email protected]
As another September rolls around, it's a great time to reflect and celebrate the activities and achievements of a year gone by.
On Wednesday night we were joined by twenty-two loyal members in our balmy backyard under the mango tree...Read more
Ok, so this month may not have reached the heights of excitement experienced last month, but July has still been a busy time for us. Much like a duck paddling away under water whilst floating calmly along the surface, we've been working quietly yet furiously behind the scenes. So, while we have no exciting events to reminisce upon this month, we hope you'll enjoy this rather informative edition of Paperbark, containing some important updates on some of our biggest campaigns.
Also, if you've been attempting to limit your use of plastics this month, well done! The most important step is raising awareness around how prevalent it is in our lives and how dangerous it can be for the environment. Feeling overwhelmed by the endeavour to reduce your impact? Read this article.
In this edition:
- Polystyrene balls on Magnetic Island
- "One in a Billion" - Starting Conversations
- National Parks campaign update
- Toolakea Beach Development Submission
- JCU Intern Placements at NQCC
- August Green Drinks
- AGM coming up!