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During 2012, we will publicly recognise the contribution of all donors to the B150 Community Challenge. Donors' names will be recorded on the notice board at the Old Post Office Information Centre and on this website. A monthly column in the Buderim Chronicle will inform the community of progress and record stories of the time and talent donated by volunteers. Donors will receive a Community Challenge car sticker which can be used to promote the Challenge.
We thought long and hard about how to ensure lasting recognition for major donors. During 2012, Council will start construction of a Viewing Terrace overlooking Martins Creek in Lindsay Road. The plans indicate there will be a rock wall and seating and we have Council's agreement that a donor recognition plaque will be erected on the site. This plaque will be inscribed with information about the B150 Community Challenge and the names of every donor of $2,000 or more. In return, the Foundation will pledge a substantial grant towards the further enhancement of the Martins Creek Corridor if the Challenge target of $500,000 is achieved during the year.
Specifications for the B150 Community Challenge memorial plaque have been approved by Council. The cooperation we have received from Council in this approval process has been excellent, and we, the Council and the Foundation, will continue to work together to ensure the plaque is erected in early 2013 beside Martins Creek in Lindsay Road.