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Welcome to the 2018 Committee

JAMARR turned the wheels on another year and celebrated our 22nd JAMARR AGM on 12 April 2018 with 20 locals attending along with Mareeba Shire Mayor Tom Gilmore and Councillors Angela Toppin and Lenore Wyatt. (Shown above, L-R: TJ McCaldin, John Brisbin, Rupert Russell, Gerda Domen – Marc and Julie Nolan in the background) Finances were presented by the much-appreciated outgoing Treasurer Julie Nolan. JAMARR is solvent and making modest gains thanks to the influx of administrative fees via a…

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Officers for 2017

Welcome to the 2017 Committee

JAMARR turned the wheels on another year and came up with the goods for our 22st JAMARR AGM. The day before Good Friday was always going to be hard to pull a crowd, yet pull we did. (Shown above, R-L: Rupert Russell, Gerda Domen, Julie Nolan, John Brisbin) The serving officers stood down and were thanked for their service. Of special note our beloved and long-serving President, Ken Brown, has decided to step off the Committee this year and has…

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Welcome to 2016 Committee

A lively crowd of locals turned up for the 21st JAMARR AGM on Thurs night in Molloy. Despite a few flu-based apologies and conflicted schedules we enjoyed surpassing our quorum and carrying on with business as expected. The serving officers stood down and were thanked for their service. Of special note our beloved and long-serving Treasurer, Theresa Brown, has decided to step off the Committee this year and will focus her formidable energies and skills on other activities in the…

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Feral Pig Workshop and launch of mobile trap

Feral pigs can be a big problem, and we have more than our share of the beasts in this region. If you’d like to learn more about how to control them and who to talk to for help, please join us for a half-day workshop on Saturday 15 Nov (0930-1330).  Venue is Peter and Heather Brown’s property, Anabranch, which is on the old Smelter site in Mount Molloy. Go to the western end of Santowski Crescent (turn up the hill…

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Welcome to our association

We are the people who live and thrive in a special corner of far north Queensland, on the northern fringe of the Atherton Tablelands. JAMARR is a not-for-profit Queensland incorporated association. We represent and act on the views of our members only: we are not affiliated with or beholden to any other political, social, commercial, or religious organisation. JAMARR is a progressive organisation whose main function is to serve as a forum for collective action by local people.

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