Mayor's message

Mayor Tim Wilson


Mayor's Message 13 November 2018

Kentish Community Carols are holding a Kids Art Competition. The competition is open to kids in grades K-6. Create one A4 artwork and write your name, age and contact information on the back. The artwork should be handed to the staff at Slaters Country Store in Sheffield by Fri the 14th of Dec. Winners will be announced and prizes handed out at the Kentish Community Carols on Sunday, 16 December.

Teleeha Thomas, Kentish Young Australian of the Year 2018, has been awarded a scholarship in Arizona, USA to attend a Cultural Studies Program. Teleeha was an outstanding candidate for Youth of the Year 2018 and a role model for young people in the community. Council extends it congratulations to Teleeha on her achievements.

Work is underway on upgrades to the footpath on the south side of Albert Street, between Henry Street and High Street. The new pathway will provide safer pedestrian walks on Albert Street, improved access to the Working Art Space, and an attractive entrance to King George V Park. Council requests that pedestrians take care in the area while work is occurring.

Congratulations to all those who participated in Triple Top Mountain Run over the weekend with over 330 people competing in this year’s event.

This week is National Recycling Week! Now in its 22nd year, this campaign continues to educate the community by promoting kerbside and community recycling initiatives. Visit rethinkwaste.com.au for information on how to avoid, reduce and reuse waste. We should all remember to be a good SORT.

The Kentish Council Youth Scholarship closes on this Friday, 16 November. The scholarship is to help defray expenses associated with relocating from Kentish. Application forms can be obtained from the Council Office or on the website www.kentish.tas.gov.au .

Railton Neighbourhood Centre are collecting non-perishable food items for hungry families over Christmas. Once collected, the goods will be donated to Second Bite and the Salvation Army Devonport. Goods can be donated at the Neighbourhood Centre Monday to Friday, from 9.30am to 2.30pm until Christmas.

Still with the Railton Neighbourhood Centre, they recently run a colouring competition with students from Railton Campus. The winning picture is to appear in a recipe book to be sold with proceeds going to the Neighbourhood Centre. The other pictures will be displayed at the Neighbourhood Centre or on Facebook.

Should you not wish your child’s picture to be included for display or online, please contact us through the school office on 6491 8222.

Tim Wilson, MAYOR

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