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Hume Pride Summer 2019

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15 15 Councillor updates Jacksons Creek Ward Meeting Date Meeting Type Venue Monday 10 December 2018 Ordinary Sunbury Council Chamber Monday 17 December 2018 Ordinary (Town Planning) Broadmeadows Council Chamber Monday 11 February 2019 Ordinary Broadmeadows Council Chamber Monday 25 February 2019 Ordinary (Town Planning) Broadmeadows Council Chamber Upcoming council meetings Cr Ann Potter 0400 604 210 @ If you are looking for somewhere to escape the heat this summer, I encourage you to spend some time in the library. Sunbury Library has merged with Sunbury Youth Services while the new Hume Global Learning Centre – Sunbury is being constructed, and all the same great services are on offer! This includes the full catalogue of books as well as a program of educational activities for kids, book clubs, craft and lots more. You can find a full program of events at Cr Leigh Johnson 0484 240 972 @ Young people are in the forefront of our minds at Hume City, and not just because we're doing our Christmas shopping! We have been working on a new 0–24 Framework to ensure babies, children and youth in Hume are supported over the next decade. To develop this framework, we engaged with young residents, parents and carers to find out what a good life looks like for them and what we can do to make it happen. To find out more, visit Cr Jack Medcraft 0484 611 902 @ We all have a role to play in keeping our City looking great. When you're out and about over the festive season, be sure to keep reporting graffiti and dumped rubbish to Council. Our Customer Service Centres are closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day, but you can still report incidents via the Hume City Council app and they will be addressed by our team as soon as possible. You can also contact me on my mobile and I will be happy to assist. Download the app for iOS and Android devices at Residents of the month: September October Heidi Saffery was recognised for her organisation of the Great Sunbury Gnome Hunt, an initiative that promotes local businesses and recognises their community involvement. Jeannie and Ivon Tori were recognised for their contributions to the Gladstone Park Tennis Club over 27 years of dedicated service as volunteers. Garry Wilson was recognised for his contributions to the community through the Gisborne and District Cricket Association, Sunbury United Cricket Club and Diggers Rest Football Netball Club. For more information, visit residentsofthemonth Stay late at Broadmeadows Library! Every Thursday evening, Broadmeadows Library will transform into your lounge until 10pm! The program will be different each week, but expect new and fun tabletop games, film screenings, console games, refreshments, fascinating guest speakers and other activities to draw you out of the house. Find out more at

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