Peter Maine has traken over the president's role for Heathcote Tourism and Development.August 21, 2014 3:45am
Peter Maine is the new Heathcote Tourism and Development president.
Mr Maine was elected the the annual general meeting last Tuesday, with a new committee and office bearers also elected.
Craig Kruger was elected vice-president, with Greg Flynn secretary, Tony Juhanson treasurer and Debra Lawry, Gary Harbor and Stephen Trompp committee members.
Mr Maine said it was a dynamic committee.
‘‘(It’s) a group that brings a broad set of valuable skills drawn from the membership categories, including accommodation, food, winegrowers, retail and business sectors,’’ he said.
Mr Maine also highlighted the achievements of retiring members in bringing the Heathcote Tourism Action Plan to completion, running an extremely successful Heathcote on Show event and facilitating the design, fabrication and installation of the sign frames at each end of town.
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