Brett Parmenter, Geoff Ormiston, and Rachel De Jonge.
Brett Parmenter, Geoff Ormiston, and Rachel De Jonge. Meg Gannon

Business mixer calls for locals to aim big

APRIL'S Business After Hours meet was co-hosted by Aimbig Employment, and the Dalby Leagues Club on Wednesday night.

Todd Williams for Aimbig spoke about his work as a disability employment provider, and the benefit of having a diverse mix of people with varying skills in the workplace.

Cherrie Willett was awarded the Dalby Community Recognition Award for her never-ending service at the Leagues club, which has continued for 32 years.

This month's Exceptional Service Award was received by Daniel Dunlop from Effective Security Queensland.

Brisbane Broncos game development officer and former Broncos player Darren Burns was the special guest for the night, promoting the importance of physical and mental health of young young and men.


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