Smart Patient Journey Road Map
Thursday September 25th, 6pm at the Club.
Join author Kathryn Alexander in conversations with Stephen Alexander at the launch of her book as they explore the changing health landscape and they key impacts on health consumers such as future affordability, availability and accessibility of treatments and consumer choice. Taking the reins and managing your own journey from illness to health is the smart option and Kathryn will show you how you can achieve this using the Smart Patient Road Map.
FREE FOLLOW UP WORKSHOP FOR ATTENDEES.
Reservations - 5494 2592
Art at the Club
A group of 15 artists from Maleny and the Hinterland will present an art Exhibition at the UpFront Club, 31 Maple Street, Maleny from Thursday 18 September to 16 October 2014. All works will encompass the theme of “Spring”.
These original works, never shown before will cover a variety of media and styles and will be reasonably priced. The art will be on display for a month unless sold and if you don’t want to miss out put this date in your diary.
Thursday 18 September, 2014 at 6.00pm
Meet the artists and go in the draw for Lucky Door Prize
Bookings essential Phone 07 54942592
For further details email firstname.lastname@example.org
Keeping it sustainable, fresh - and gluten free!
The Club continues to put sustainability and health first and foremost.
For some time, the Club has been using only Sustainable Seafood – now we’ve added Marine Stewardship Council certified sustainable.
Tempura battered Hake is our choice for fish and chips and we’re now serving salad with the dish, keeping it fresh. Of course, there’s also our fabulous garlic aioli!
Gluten Free Bread
We’ve sourced a fantastic new Gluten Free Bread from our friends at the Essential Grain organic bakery. Essential grain also supply us with our Panini and the awesome Wholegrain Sourdough.
Gluten Free Soy Milk
Made with organic Australian soybeans, is now also available – just ask.
See you at the Club!
UpFront Club wins funding for solar panels
Against some stiff competition, the Club has been successful in gaining a $34,621 grant from the Gambling Community Benefit Fund to install solar panels.
The benefits will be greatly appreciated by our members and community with the potential to reduce our greenhouse emissions by nearly 90 Tonnes per annum.
In addition, the solar panels will enable us to partner with the solar equipment supplier to offer regular education forums delivering education to the greater community about renewable energies.
Our thanks to Andrew Powell, Jenny McKay and Nathan Arrowsmith for being referees for our application.