This is the last call, for anyone interested in nominating as a coordinator or a coordinator's assistant, for the TPR Connect groups on the Sunshine Coast, Brissy North and Brissy East locations. (Other locations to follow soon).
We are holding the final training session today, Saturday the 12th of November in Brisbane North at 5pm.
To register, please email the address found in the picture, with the following info:
- NAME - PHONE NUMBER - EMAIL ADDRESS - LOCATION - WHICH SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BEING A COORDINATOR OR ASSISTANT FOR (Community Hub, school, youth, health, activism, political, be-ready, industry employees, business owners) - AND CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE ON SATURDAY (Details of event location will be sent to you after you send your details in)
If you are interested in joining a community group, but not as a coordinator, simply register using the details in the flyer or on the website.
- NAME - PHONE NUMBER - EMAIL ADDRESS - LOCATION - WHICH GROUP YOU ARE INTERESTED IN (Community Hub, school, youth, health, activism, political, be-ready, industry employees, business owners) - CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE (Details of event location will be sent to you after you send your details in)
2). The rally flyer will be available on the TPR Website, for those who want to print and distribute.
3). The first TPR MudStomp will be taking place on the 26th of November in Redcliffe.
Join us in Brisbane for our last rally of the year.
I BELIEVE - A celebration of community achievements, strength, spirit and tenacity.
We're back home in the snuggly Botanic Gardens for this one, so make sure you put in the effort to get down with your family and friends and enjoy the afternoon with those that have fought alongside you, for our freedoms as a unit.
The speeches and march, will be followed by a raffle, live music, face painting, food and drinks, so be sure to hang around and relax with your community and help strengthen the bonds, which will be much needed, going forward in this war on our futures.
The flyer will be available on the TPR website from tomorrow, so you can download, print and distribute, while on your afternoon stroll.