Lord Mayors Dinner - The Future Vision of Brisbane
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner – The Future Vision of Brisbane
The Southside Chamber of Commerce is honoured to welcome the Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner to our special October Dinner event, for his presentation on the Future Vision of Brisbane!
This event will be held in the Carson Room at the Mount Gravatt Bowls Club, we would like to thank Reg Walls and the Bowls Club for allowing us to use their venue!
Interested attendees MUST buy their tickets by the 23rd of September, as we are required to know who is attending well in advance. If you have any difficulties with registering, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP, and we can arrange a payment method.
Read More about the Lord Mayor Below!
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner:
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner was first elected to Council in a by-election in September 2005 and re-elected at the general elections in 2008, 2012 and 2016. In the 2016 election, Adrian received the highest preference vote (70.19%) of any councillor across the 26 wards.
Councillor Schrinner commenced as Lord Mayor on 8 April 2019 following the resignation of Graham Quirk.
He is Chair of Council's Civic Cabinet and was previously the Deputy Mayor and Chairman of the Public and Active Transport Committee.
His focus as Lord Mayor is on building the critical infrastructure our city needs while protecting our unique lifestyle and expanding Brisbane's green space.
Former roles include Chair of the Finance and Economic Development Committee (2008-2012) and Chair of the Infrastructure Committee (2012-2016).
Outside of politics
Adrian and his wife Nina have four children - Octavia, Wolfgang, Monash and Petra and they live in Carindale.
Adrian has supported and assisted a wide range of local community groups. These include environment and bush-care groups, sporting groups, P&C Associations, church groups and charities, Neighbourhood Watch groups and seniors’ associations.
He is the patron of the Tramway Museum at Ferny Grove. He is also vice patron for the Queensland Target Sports Inc., home of the Queensland Olympic Rifle sports shooting disciplines in Belmont.
Adrian is a member and former State Councillor of the Australian National Flag Association of Queensland. This organisation aims to promote the importance of the Australian flag and campaigns to prevent it from being changed in the future.
Main course (alternate drop)
- Pan fried Barramundi on a bed of lyonnaise potatoes with hollandaise sauce
- Char Grilled Rib Fillet with beer battered fries, roasted tomato, broccolini, and a red wine jus
Dessert (alternate drop)
- Chocolate Mud cake with Chantilly cream and strawberries
- Individual Pavlova with berries and whipped cream
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Venue - Carson Room, Mount Gravatt Bowls Club, 1873 Logan Rd, Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122
Date & Time - Tuesday, 1st October 2019, 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Registrations open at 6:00pm. Please arrive at 6:15pm to allow time for networking and registration.
RSVP - 4:30pm, 23rd September 2019.
Price - $40 per person.
Email Enquiries - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require a special meal, please note this in the Special Requirements section when booking.
We look forward to seeing you!
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