Chamber’s fine dining at The Glassie

By Mitch Gaynor

LOCAL producers were on fine dining display at the Glasshouse Country Chamber of Commerce annual meeting, held at The Glassie Bowls Club last week.

A stunning menu showcased some of Glasshouse Country’s best producers.

Hive Haven, Green Valley Fingerlimes, Vanilla Vine, Little White Goat Cheese, Barry Family Butchers, Mountaintop Mushrooms and Allandale Pineapples were all served up brilliantly by Chef Alec from Club Glass House.

Chamber president Jenny Broderick will continue her role in 2023 and will be joined by incoming vice president, Tamara Hazelden, of Freedom Property and new Treasurer, Richard Barrett, from Solution Driven.

Jenny also paid tribute to the efforts of outgoing committee members, Brett Piercy and Shelly Le Vesconte.

A talk from Sunshine Coast Council’s Tim McGee raised a number of initiatives important to local businesses.

These included the launch of a new buy local campaign as well as an online jobs hub that aims to connect graduates and  students with local industry.