BOOK IN FOR DINNER

Red Earth Community Foundation (RECF) and Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) are proud to bring to you, this years amazing group of presenters. Book in for dinner, meet the presenters and hear their wonderful presentation on various topics

Building a Stronger South Burnett

 Dinner $53.50 (2 courses)

Licenced Bar

Dinner 1 - 23rd May 2018
Philanthropy - Natalie Egleton - CEO FRRR

Guest speaker, Natalie Egleton, will provide a presentation on the topic of Philanthropy and will provide an insight to the workshop delivered earlier that day, highlighting information that participants came up with on how we can use the RECF to build a better South Burnett. 

Dinner 2 - 13th June 2018
Social Impact - Lisa Ryan - Adaptive Leadership Australia

Guest speaker, Lisa Ryan, will provide a presentation on the topic of Philanthropy and will provide an insight to the workshop delivered earlier that day, highlighting information that participants came up with on how we can effectively capture the buzz around social impact to build a better South Burnett, and how can we strengthen our existing social enterprises to benefit more people.

Dinner 3 - 12th September 2018
Communication - Pete Lewis - 

Guest speaker, Pete Lewis, will provide a presentation on the topic of Communication and will provide an insight to the workshop delivered earlier that day, highlighting information that participants came up with to effectively explore how we can effectively utilise communication tools to connect with others, and promote our region and help others collaborate with us/our groups/our business.

Dinner 4 - 28th Nov 2018
Effective Mentoring - Jo Eady - Director of RuralScope

Guest speaker, Jo Eady will provide a presentation on the topic of Effective Mentoring and will provide an insight to the workshop delivered earlier that day, highlighting information that participants came up with on what mentoring may have to offer our region, addressing the needs of both community and alumni (South Burnett Community Leadership Program SBCLP) development.

Catered by Roberta Schablon - The Saucy Fork

The Saucy Fork started in 2010 with small cooking classes, catering services, with a focus on pre-prepared meals for busy people. 
Roberta grows an array of beautiful produce on her family property and uses fresh harvest in her cooking, purchasing local produce from farmers within an 160km radius.

Images from The Saucy Fork FB Page

Click for Roberta's full bio

TAFE Queensland - Kingaroy Campus

The venue for the Workshops and Dinner is at TAFE Queensland - Kingaroy Campus , located on the corner of the Bunya Highway and Geritz Road, Kingaroy Q. 
TAFE Queensland play a huge role in supporting the community and we are thankful to be able to hold these events at the Kingaroy Campus.
Local TAFE Queensland students will further hone their skills by providing food and beverage service during the workshops and will assist The Saucy Fork during the dinners.......
 

Local Produce Sourced from these Businesses

Cookies

Bread

Cakes

Donuts

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