Monday May 27, 7pm, ANZAC Room, Bribie Island RSL

Annual General Meeting

It is time for you to RENEW YOUR ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FOR 2019 – 2020.
If you have recently joined BIEPA and paid your Fees since December 2018, then your Renewal will not be due until May 2020.

YOUR MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL FORM for 2019 – 2020
… documents are attached to the right of this post in both jpeg and pdf for your convenience.

DON’T FORGET, IF YOU ARE NOT A PAID UP MEMBER, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VOTE AT THE AGM NOR NOMINATE FOR THE NEW 1019-2020 MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE.

We look forward to seeing you on Monday evening, 27 May.

POSTER BIEPA AGM 27_5_19
BIEPA Management Committee

 

Monday April 22

Topic: Pumicestone Reef Restoration Project

Guest Speaker: Dr Ben Diggles, Marine Biologist

POSTER 22 April 2019 Meeting

Monday Feb 25 7pm, ANZAC Room, Bribie Island RSL

Topic:

Round table discussions on strategies

POSTER February 2019

Topic:

Bribie’s Cane Toad Challenge

Speaker:

Anita Walker

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

We are excited to be stimulating your brains at our first encounter with you for 2019. So we hope you are over all your Christmas / New Year celebrations and indulgences because your cognitive processes need to be in full gear for Monday 28th January!!!.

See attached POSTER to prepare you.

Looking forward to seeing you all after a relaxing seasonal break.

From your BIEPA Management Committee

REFER TO ATTACHED POSTER FOR MORE INFORMATION.
POSTER January 2019

Monday 26/11/18

Topic:

Bribie’s (environmental) History

Speaker:

Barry Clark

The BIEPA Management Committee is looking forward to welcoming you to our last meeting for 2018. (7pm Monday 26th November in the ANZAC Room at the Bribie RSL)

We have arranged for some culinary goodies for you to enjoy at the end of the meeting while you socialise and reminisce about our experiences and adventures over the past year.

It’s been a roller-coaster year full of excitement and challenges as we celebrated our 40th Anniversary and continued with our mandate to “Care for Bribie Island’s special habitat and its residents”.

We are looking forward to another wonderful presentation on Bribie’s history with an environmental slant from Barry Clark.

REFER TO ATTACHED POSTER FOR MORE INFORMATION.
POSTER BIEPA GenMtg 26_11_18

POSTER BIEPA GenMtg 26_11_18