THE ASSOCIATION

OBI OBI HALL

Obi Obi hall  is owned by the Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek communities, and operated by volunteers from the Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Association Inc.

Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Association Inc.

P O Box 276 Mapleton

President – Rodney Heading – 0417601483

Vice President – Pauline Ashford – 54944101

Secretary – Dennis Woodford  – 0754469154

Treasurer – Pam Engle  0754469173

This is the information point for our online members and community

 For members and the local community to follow the activities of the Obi Obi And Kidaman Creek District Community Association’s Management and Building committees and to be able to canvass opinion on new agenda.

Your feedback is most welcome

The Obi Obi And Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Inc has the stewardship of the Obi Obi Hall school of Arts on behalf of the community in the Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek area.

Management Committee

Pauline Ashford, Dennis Woodford,  Pam Engle and Rodney Heading.

 

All photos by Dennis Woodford unless indicated otherwise.


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3 Responses to THE ASSOCIATION

  1. Peter says:

    It was in 1988 when somebody gave me a host for a while in his shed on kidaman creek road (suicide road). Bonza bloke, he had an old english bike. At this time, he was a TAFE college teacher. Unfortunately I drove over a rock on the way to his shed and my gearbox from my old and worn ford falcon station wagon broke. Alan, his neighbor fixed my gearbox and I could journey on trough this beautyful land of Oz.

    Happy New Year 2011 and not too much flood for QLD.

  2. Nick Holliday says:

    Drove past on the weekend, the work is looking amazing. Can’t wait to see the old girl open again. I was there for NYE 2001 (I think it was 01?), great place for the community.

    I must join the committee – happy to help out with working bees etc.

    Nick
    Hunsley Rd

  3. Lynda Windsor says:

    I’m really looking forward to engaging with local community and utilising this great venue… I moved to the valley in 2004, and I love living here, but have always longed for more community interaction – something I guessed had withered away with modern life. How do we go about finding out about any upcoming events, including working bees etc? I missed the survey that went around a good while ago seeking ideas and interest from people for the use of the hall. I have some ideas that I would like to share!

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