Vicsport is pleased to announce that it will again be hosting its Local Government Authorities Forum which will bring together managers and senior representatives from Vicsport Local Government Members and other LGAs.
The forum, in its second year, provides a platform for LGAs to discuss the major sport and active recreation issues related to their respective areas and in relation to Victorian sport and active recreation overall. The 2015 Forum has the specific purpose of developing a communication to State Sport Associations in order to further build the mutual relationship and two-way understanding between LGA and SSAs.
Details are as follows:
Date: 19 August 2015
Venue: State Netball and Hockey Centre, Olympians Room, 10 Brens Drive, Parkville
Times: 11.00am-4.00pm (light lunch and afternoon tea provided)
Registration: There is no cost for Vicsport LGA Members. Please register by 10 August 2015.
Non Vicsport LGA Members can also register for the event at a cost of $150 per person. If your LGA is not a Vicsport member you can learn more about membership here.
For more information and to register please visit the events page.
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