ECBAT News Brief for July 2018

New members welcomed to ECBaT At the recent AGM of Eudunda Community Business and Tourism committee it was pleasing to see a number of new faces come along and put their hands up to be part of ECBaT. We wish to welcome our new committee members Debbie Hibbert, Isabelle Dabrowski …

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ECBAT AGM 31st July 2018

Community Management DOES make a difference Join in to help our community prosper.  ANNUAL  GENERAL  MEETING Tuesday 31st July 2018 Commencing at 7.00pm Followed by light supper EUDUNDA  RSL  ROOMS Five (5) people to be elected to represent the community. Five (5) business owners/operators to be elected to represent the business …

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ECBAT News Brief for June 2018

Eudunda Community Business and Tourism needs more help. With the presentation of the regular financial report at the Eudunda Community Business and Tourism June committee meeting, the question was asked, “where does ECBaT get its funds?” After each AGM letters are sent to businesses in the area asking them to …

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ECBAT News Brief for May 2018

The Regional Council of Goyder has elected a small committee to look at consistancy of the signage around the council area. Drawings of proposed town welcome signs were forwarded to ECBaT along with a related questionnaire to be returned to the council with our thoughts. The current signage has become …

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ECBAT News Brief for April 2018

Due to the regular monthly April meeting falling on the eve of ANZAC it was decided to postpone the meeting for a week. The ECBaT committee welcomed the Regional Council of Goyder CEO and three of its councillors to the monthly meeting. Also in attendance was Deb Suggate who has …

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ECBAT News Brief for March 2018

It was pleasing to received word from council that they will pay for the repair and replacement of the Goyder’s Line plaque. This plaque from the Deep Creek parking area has over the years become worn and the cairn into which it was fixed had crumbled. The bronze plaque has …

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