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This month you can read all about some new Peak partnerships, and we’ve locked in the dates – and a more ambitious fundraising target – for this year’s Long Drive for Drought.
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Welcome to 2021 and our first ‘News from Peak’ for the year - we are off to a busy start.
We're proud to be part of this initiative to support regional and remote communities.
Our final newsletter for 2020 takes you from Italy’s coastline to Cairns with a stop at Thornlands, and an eye towards Blackwater.
You’ll find Peak people placed in many of Queensland’s 77 councils, and the Peak team stretching across the state to deliver more, so a new regional office makes great sense on both fronts.
One of Queensland’s most remote councils is this year’s Butch Lenton Award winner, and they’ve managed to make WHS training cool into the bargain.
Twelve weeks to visit all 77 member councils as part of the Elected Member Update – EMU – program is more than a way to flex Peak’s logistical muscles: we’re listening to every single council.
The Long Drive for Drought brought 40 series Land Cruisers together for a great cause but you won’t believe how much they raised for Drought Angels (and not just from yabby races winnings!).
Butch Lenton Win Putting Proston in the Pink:
Last year’s Butch Lenton Memorial Bush Council Innovation Award winner invested – almost immediately – in Proston’s future and the town’s fortunes are flo
Brent Reeman is a happy MD: he has some dust on his boots again. First from a trip to the Gulf and Cape York and he’s all set for his fundraising A Long Drive For Drought.
The Barcaldine Regional Council Deputy CEO’s 2018 award submission allowed him to conduct a two-week study tour of small-town America.
Brent shares a little history on the story behind the Butch Lenton award and the search is on for this year’s $10,000 winner.