Shed Patron, Llew O’Brien, presenting Shed Manager Bryan Phillips and President Rob Jones, with the certificate through the National Shed Development Program
The mood was absolutely electrifying at The Shed’s Christmas Party last month. Not only did we celebrate the festive season in style, but Brian Williams (our most senior member) officially ‘flicked the switch’ on our mains power supply.
The event was attended by Llew O’Brien (our Shed Patron) and Tony Perrett (LNP Gympie) who mingled with the members and spoke very highly of the accomplishments made over the last twelve months and of the tremendous facility that has resulted from the member’s hard work.
Llew went on to present a certificate to the Shed acknowledging the $5,000 AMSA grant we were successful in achieving towards power connection.
And when all the formalities were concluded, members enjoyed a Christmas feast ably organised and catered for by Brian Williams and Paul Boulton. Thanks here to all who helped in organising the set up and decorations – the whole exercise went smoothly and was enjoyed by all.
So, whilst most regular classes have now concluded for the year, the Shed will still be open over December and January, other than for designated public holidays and Saturdays/Sundays.
In 2021, our Shed Shop Sale Days, where hand-crafted goods made at The Shed will be available for sale, will be held on a monthly basis to coincide with TCB Market Days (ie third Saturday of the month) from 8am-12noon. Watch out for the flags/signage at the Complex.
Regular classes will commence in February (watch this space) with our AGM set for February 13.
We would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a safe and happy new year, and thank you all for your continued support.
TCBCAMS is located in the Cityfarm/Community Complex area, Tin Can Bay. Please direct your enquiries to Shed Manager, Bryan Phillips on 0420 299 651.