Everton News

Monthly updates from your Member for Everton, Tim Mander

Tim Mander Member for Everton at Parliament with the Prince of Peace Lutheran College school leaders.

Teaching someone to drive? Planning for Success workshop

A free workshop is on offer to those teaching a learner to drive. Run by the Transport and Main Roads it aims to help you instil positive life-long driving habits as you are instructing a learner driver. Bookings are essential – contact Kerrie from the Road Safety Team on  0417 737 107. 

When? Thursday 13 June 4pm-6pm  Where? Carseldine (address provided upon booking)

South Pine Road – residents still await road fix

Again the road crashes occur particularly after wet weather over Easter and we still await the fix to happen. I met with the Transport and Main Road officials earlier this month to urge them to find a solution that will stop the multitude of crashes that occur near Halle Street. The road camber and wet weather are two reasons cars are sliding off into residential properties.

School Leaders at Parliament

On 8 May the school leaders – Anuksha, Sophie, Nicholas and Zachariah – from Prince of Peace Lutheran College attended with me at Parliament House for a tour and a BBQ lunch. This group along with a number of others in the Everton electorate is always a highlight of the year for me. They all are great role models for their school.

Nature play program every Friday morning at the Bunyaville Environmental Education Centre in Everton Hills

This is a great initiative called Bush Explorers and invites preschool-aged children and their families to enjoy the Bunyaville area. During term 2 the sessions run every Friday morning 9.30am to 11.30am. Bookings and information visit www.bunyavilleeec.eq.edu.au or phone 3353 4356.

Marquee for Loan

Community groups, schools or sporting clubs are welcome to borrow my 3×3 Marquee for events. Please contact my office to organise the loan.

Connect with Me

If there is anything I can help with – send me an email at everton@parliament.qld.gov.au or call on 3535 1100. The office hours are 9am to 5pm.

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