Lunch en Blanc comes to Buderim

Buderim’s first annual Lunch en Blanc will be held at Bloomhill Function Centre on Sunday 19 November from 12pm and you’re invited to help raise money for the Foundations’ community investment fund.

Foundation Event Committee chair, Lloyd Edwards said the luncheon was inspired by the original Parisian picnic, Lunch en Blanc which bears a rich European history.

“With attendees invited to dress in white, those with a penchant for the finer things in life will come together, equipped with a bountiful picnic basket for an afternoon of fine food and great company,” Mr Edwards said.

The Wharf Mooloolaba revitalisation will see two more restaurants open for festive season

As work on The Wharf Mooloolaba revitalisation continues, construction has begun on two more restaurants that will make up part of the Sunshine Coast’s hottest new dining precinct.

 

The two new restaurants to be launched by award-winning Queensland chef and restauranteur Tony Kelly will offer Asian street food as well as a “Hamptons-style” Fish and Chippery.

The restaurants are part of a $10million refurbishment project for The Wharf precinct, according to Dirk Long, co-owner of Evans Long.

The Spending Planners Institute is empowering Australians to help others take financial control

SPENDING is easy but what is more difficult for most people is planning your spending so you can reach your own financial goals – which is something the Spending Planners Institute is trying to change.

The Spending Planners Institute’s David Wright taking clients through their spending plan.

According to Institute Founding Director David Wright, there is not enough education provided about how to effectively manage our money, while working towards our own financial goals.

“School students are taught a lot of different skills in preparation for life but it has always amazed me that they are not taught effective spending planning,” Mr Wright said.

New faces to drive Foundation’s growth agenda

Four new directors including a new Chair were formally appointed to the Board of the Buderim Foundation at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting this month.

New Chair, Adjunct Professor Russell Stitz, Jan Nelson, Amber James and Geoff Sawyer join eight current directors and replace retiring directors – former Chair Heinz Seeberg and John Devers.

Suncoast Aero Engines launches new website

The first website for leading Australian aviation eninge overhauls, Suncoast Aero Engines has achieved a strong online presence that is easy to navigate.

The site allows customers to find out more about their services while also checking out details of individual components and Suncoast Aero Engines’ exclusive Engines and Component Exchange which reduce downtime for client’s aircraft.

For more information check out the site – www.suncoastaeroengines.com.au

Citadel Group acquires OneVentures portfolio company Charm Health

OneVentures is delighted to announce that The Citadel Group Limited (ASX: CGL) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire its OneVentures Innovation Fund portfolio company Charm Health International Pty Ltd as part of expanding its e-health offering.

Headquartered in Brisbane, Charm Health (www.charmhealth.com.au) is Australia’s leading supplier of specialist oncology e-health systems, with its solutions used by leading public and private health providers of cancer care. Its flagship software, CHARM™, provides:

  • comprehensive multi-site functionality that manages all clinical and administrative aspects of a patient’s cancer care
  • a single oncology electronic medical record, with real-time access to patient information by every member of the care team shared across multiple locations
  • enhanced clinical and prescriptive decision support
  • solutions to critical inefficiencies in cancer care, such as complex medication management and multi-disciplinary resource coordination.

Charm Health to join information management specialists Citadel Group

The Citadel Group Limited (ASX: CGL) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Charm Health International Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries as part of expanding its e-health offering.

Operating as part of the Citadel Health division, Charm Health will continue to provide its best-of-breed oncology information management system CHARMTM to public and private cancer care facilities both locally and internationally.

Charm Health CEO, Gary Lakin said Charm Health has grown rapidly to support more than 100 sites throughout Australia and New Zealand, using the CHARMTM platform to ensure cancer patients receive the best quality care. CHARMTM delivers proven clinical benefits through increased effic­­iency, improved safety, improved communication and documentation and comprehensive data capture resulting in increased patient satisfaction.

Community invited to celebrate giving with the Buderim Foundation

Everyone is invited to join in the the spirit of community at the Foundation’s Community Grants Celebration on Saturday, September 9 from 2pm-4pm on the lawn between the Buderim Memorial Hall and the Craft Cottage.

Buderim Foundation Grants committee chair Lisa Edward said this event is the most important day on the Foundation’s calendar so we are planning an extra special celebration.

“This year we are celebrating not only the $65,000 in community grants we are awarding but the more than $400,000 we have been able to gift to Buderim/4556 community organisations in the 10 years since our grants program commenced.

“So, we are raising the bar, making it a special family affair with a strong emphasis on young people – celebrating with family, food and entertainment,” Lisa said.

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