News

Busy brekkie

By Seymour Telegraph

Twenty-five people braved the cool conditions on Thursday morning for a business networking breakfast at the Seymour Club.

Organised by the Rotary Club of Seymour, the event gave people a chance to meet some new faces and hear from a guest speaker.

Mitchell Shire Council economic development senior project officer Amy Reynolds spoke about economic development, tourism, developments in Seymour and the Seymour Revitalisation Plan.

Seymour Business and Tourism secretary John Keeffe said despite a slightly lower attendance, the event was well received.

‘‘It gives people a chance to network and make connections with people they may not normally get to see,’’ he said.

‘‘The guest speakers are always very interesting and it’s great to get council representatives along.

‘‘People love to talk to council to find out what’s happening in town in a relaxed social setting.’’