Obi Obi Hall

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OBI OBI AND KIDAMAN CREEK DISTRICT COMMUNITY HALL 

  2016 Annual General Meeting

All members of the Obi Obi And Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Inc, friends of  the hall and other interested people are invited to attend our  Annual General Meeting

at the Obi Obi Hall  856 Obi Obi Rd Obi Obi

Thursday, 8th June 2017 at 7.30 pm.

 

Latest wedding

 

The quarterly meeting of Rural Fire Brigade Officers was held at Obi Obi Rural Fire Brigade Station on 23.05.2017

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Gheerulla Country Fair 10.06.17

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Eudlo Community Hall June 15th

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Kureelpa Tramstop Festival – AUGUST 26th. 2017

11:00 am – 4: 30 pm.

The Kureelpa Hall situated right beside the historic tram line which ran between Nambour and Mapleton in the early 1900’s, will offer, real life connections with the tramline in Kureelpa, by guided walks and talks. There will be a viewing of the documentary “Full Steam Ahead” – a recently released DVD.

 

Kureelpa Hall

 

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Obi Obi Hall

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OBI OBI AND KIDAMAN CREEK DISTRICT COMMUNITY HALL INC

  2016 Annual General Meeting

All members of the Obi Obi And Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Inc, friends of  the hall and other interested people are invited to attend our AGM at the Obi Obi Hall  856 Obi Obi Rd Obi Obi

Thursday, 8th June 2017 at 7.30pm.

For applications for new membership, contact the Secretary.

AGENDA

Election of the Management Committee.

Nominations for management committee positions can be made in writing, signed by        the candidate, their nominee and seconder and lodged with the Secretary. Nominations can be taken at the AGM.

For further information, please contact the Association Secretary,

Dennis Woodford on 54469154, or P O Box 276 Mapleton Qld 4560.

Email   denwood@skymesh.com.au

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Wedding 06.05.2017

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Obi Obi School – 1959

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Obi Obi crossing number four – 1936

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Palmwoods Memorial hall – History Gathering Day 28.05.2017

Palmwoods Living History Society

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Taken from the Sunshine Coast Daily – 28.04.2017

SUNSHINE Coast police have issued a warning over an elaborate phone scam that has hit Australia shores after doing the rounds worldwide.

The “can you hear me?” phone scam has been prolific in the United States and UK since early this year.

A call is made to a business or home number and once the person answers the scammer simply asks “can you hear me?” several times, to which most people answer with “yes”.

The scammer then records the “yes” response and ends the call.

The recording is then used to authorize payments or charges in the victim’s name, a difficult task to dispute at a later date.

Sunshine Coast Police said anyone who had received calls of this nature had “serious and legitimate reasons to be concerned”.

“We’re now sharing this post statewide as we believe it to be hitting many areas,” police warn.

Police advice to combat this phone scam :

  • Spread the word – Share this information
  • If you receive a “can you hear me?” phone call – hang up – don’t respond!
  • If you did respond with a “yes” … alert your financial institution, begin to monitor your accounts closely .. and contact ID CARE

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Obi Obi hall wedding photo taken at Obi Obi Falls lookout

Photo by – All the Love in the World Photography

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Obi Obi Hall

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Tilapia has been found in Obi Obi creek

Tiaro & District Landcare Group Queensland and the University of New England Armidale N S W carry out research into the population of Mary River turtles in the Mary river catchment. While trapping turtles in Obi Obi creek as part of this research a tilapia was found.

Tilapia were first introduced into Australia in the 1970s as ornamental fish and are now regarded as one of the greatest threats to Australia’s native biodiversity.

Photo by Mary River Catchment Coordination Association

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 Eudlo Hall 10th of May

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A meeting of  hall management committee members at Eudlo Hall

At this meeting planning for the community hall’s contribution to the 50th anniversary of the naming of the Sunshine Coast was discussed.

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Obi Obi hall before restoration

photo by R Heading

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A microbat resting at the hall

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A storage rack has been fitted into the hall’s storage room

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