SDIEA staff Julie-Ann Kawano, Grace Smith, Pam Burley and Janelle Robb at the 2017 Heritage Bank Warwick Business Excellence Awards at the Warwick Town Hall on Saturday, August 26.
THE Youth of the Southern Downs will be treated to a whole heap of interesting and varied events as part of National Youth Week from 4-13 April.
Southern Downs Regional Council, SDIEA (Southern Downs Industry Education Association), and headspace Warwick have once again partnered to present a strong youth week program.
Southern Downs Regional Council Youth Development Officer Hailey Cosh said there would be youth concerts in the region on Saturday 5 April in Stanthorpe and Saturday 12 April in Warwick.
The events will feature young local artists from the Southern Downs EDGE (Encouragement, Development, Growth Experience), Southern Downs Program run by Soular Music Services, Gold Drum Recordings and Events and Southern Downs Regional Council.
Cathy Byrne, Heidi L'Huillier and Travis Maguire support the SDIEA
WHEN Jackie Robertson strings five very important letters together, her eyes ignite and her passion becomes contagious.
This month, Mrs Robertson and her team will celebrate the tenth birthday of the Southern Downs Industry and Education Association (better known as
the SDIEA) - the pride and joy of the men and women who comprise it.
The organisation has worked for every candle on its celebratory cake, which will represent so much more than a double-figured anniversary.