Branches

Branch Executives

President

MRS LOUISE WINTEN
ANGELLALA DOWNS
MORVEN
QLD 4468
T: 07 4654 9544
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Secretary

MRS ROBYN DONOHOE
1214 NEWSTEAD RD
MORVEN
QLD 4468
T: 07 4654 8163
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Treasurer

MRS LOUISE WINTEN
ANGELLALA DOWNS
MORVEN
QLD 4468
T: 07 4654 9544
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Publicity Officer

MRS TRISH CAMERON
ARGYLL
MORVEN
QLD 4468
T: 07 4654 8230
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Branch Mentor

MRS LOUISE WINTEN
ANGELLALA DOWNS
MORVEN
QLD 4468
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Welcome to the Charleville page.

A meeting was held at Corones Hotel Charleville on 2/11/1971 (Melbourne Cup Day) with the idea of forming the first State Council of ICPA in Australia. A few weeks later on 25 November 1971, once again at Corones Hotel the Charleville Branch was formed with Alan Murray elected President; Tim Agar was Secretary/Treasurer and Leah Fisher as Assistant Secretary. The initial focus of the Branch was allowances. Charleville Branch was strengthened in 1977 and 1978 by amalgamating with Morven and Langlo Crossing Branches.


Conferences Hosted
Federal - 1975 [first conference held outside of Bourke] and 2002
State - 1980 and 1996 [Silver Jubilee]
State Executive Meetings Hosted
1975, 1979, 1980, 1996, 2002

Pedals Editor - Federal Magazine - Lyn Cadzow 2001 - 2005

Branch Members on State Council
Alan Murray Committee 1971 - 1972
Mac Patterson Committee 1972 - 1974 [Langlo Crossing]
Tim Agar Committee 1975 - 1976
Michael Lord Committee 1980 - 1981
Shirley Armstrong Committee 1982 - 1984
Michael Burgess Committee 1984 - 1986
Judy Treloar Committee 1994 - 1996, State Secretary 1996 - 2000
Sue McDonald Committee 2003-2005, Assitant Secretary 2005

State Certificates of Appreciation Awarded
Shirley Armstrong

Branch Life Membership Awarded
Tim Agar
Leah Fisher
Peter & Shirley Armstrong
Michael & Barbara Lord
Jenny I Crichton

Qld Council Plaque acknowledgement to Annabelle Brayley as Co-ordinator of the Host Student Progarm 1997 - 1999

In the mid 1980's under Shirley Armstrong, the Branch was proactive in advocating for practical teacher training in remote schools. A most successful program was implemented to host trainees in rural areas with Shirley the driving force working with QUT (Qld University of Technology). A need for teacher practicums in the late 1990's was identified and the Host Student Program was once again reactivated by our Branch and co-ordinated by Annabelle Brayley. 

 Issues for the Branch now comprise not just allowances but small schools, special needs, teacher education, RREAP and distance education.

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