Hello to Residents of Melbourne’s CBD!
This is a reminder that our AGM is happening this Thursday 6th October at 6pm. This is not your usual boring AGM. Not for Residents 3000! Our president, John Dall’Amico, has assured us that the formalities will be over in no time. Then the real event begins!
We have our speaker Glenn McFarlane – Leading Senior Constable Victoria Police to speak to us about Crime Prevention. The special presentation (to Residents 3000 I believe .. hush, hush) will be given by Acting Inspector Stephen Wilson.
Then we will have refreshments and a delightful background performance of classical violin by Shannon Macintosh.
Shannon is a classical violinist currently residing and studying in Melbourne. Shannon began learning the violin at age seven and was largely involved in community music through the Great Barrier Reef Orchestra and musical theatre projects in her hometown of Townsville. At age 17 she was accepted into the Queensland Conservatorium where she studied under violinist Alan Smith and completed her Bachelor of Music (Honours). During this time in Brisbane, Shannon also participated in many youth ensembles and has had the opportunity to perform overseas in Singapore, Malaysia, France, Austria, Germany and Azerbaijan as well as performing with Opera Australia.
Shannon is currently completing a Masters in Performance Teaching at Melbourne University and also performs and teaches violin in the inner Melbourne area.
Think about how you might be able to participate in Residents 3000. We are looking for people who like to be involved in Melbourne’s vibrant community. If you like to write, you are a graphics person or photographer or you have some great ideas, you can help make Residents 3000 grow and contribute to the world’s most liveable city.
Looking forward to your presence at the Kelvin Club, 14-20 Melbourne Place.
Susan Saunders – Vice President and the Committee