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Progress in Torquay brings business together

TORQUAY PROGRESS: Darren Carter, Michelle Wade-Cooper, Kim Carter, Jenny Smith, 
Gai Ignatenko, Cate Akaveka and Bob Smith at their last meeting in August.
TORQUAY PROGRESS: Darren Carter, Michelle Wade-Cooper, Kim Carter, Jenny Smith, Gai Ignatenko, Cate Akaveka and Bob Smith at their last meeting in August. Emily Black

MEETING each month to discuss ways in which to better what the suburb has to offer, Torquay Progress Association is seeking fresh ideas from the community.

Torquay Progress Association's Bob Smith said their aim was to bring visitors to the region and support local business, and would host a 'Meet and Greet' event on Tuesday, September 12, from 6pm.

The Torquay Progress Association organises the Torquay Beachside Markets and operates the Torquay Tennis Court.

The markets are held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month on the Esplanade at Torquay, on the foreshore park from 8am until 1pm.

The Torquay Tennis Court is available to all.

Find out what it's all about next Tuesday at Carter Cooper Real Estate, 403 Esplanade, Torquay QLD 4655.

RSVP to Bob Smith info@LaMer.com.au.

Visit torquay.org.au for contact information for bookings and inquiries.



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