Are You Coming To The Point Cook Action Group Meet And Greet?

Point Cook Action Group (PCAG) is having a “Meet and Greet”night at Gypsy Road on the evening of Friday 23 March 2012.

This is your opportunity to meet members of the PCAG in a social setting to informally discuss local issues. This event is open to anyone that wishes to come and is a great opportunity for members of the community to get together to build on the fantastic community spirit that Point Cook already possesses.

There will be a free drink provided for everyone that chooses to join PCAG on the night.

PCAG is pleased to see that one of its own members, Nick Michaelides, has taken it upon himself to promote this event by telling his story as to why the work of PCAG is important to him as a resident of Point Cook. Nick has created a Flyer promoting this event and is placing it on the windscreens of cars parked at the over-crowded Laverton station.

Feel free to make copies of Nick’s story Flyer promoting this event and hand it out to any local residents you feel may be interested in attending this event and/or making Point Cook a better suburb.

Please RSVP to this event so we have a rough indication of numbers.

Comments

  1. Nick Michaelides says

    To all those commuters on the train I hear complaining about the traffic on Point Cook Road and the lack of car parking at the station, I urge you all to come to our “Meet & Greet”. TOGETHER, we can make the powers that be LISTEN and more importantly, address these issues. This your chance to make a difference.

  2. Miriam Spiess says

    Nick I have that warm and fuzzy feeling 🙂 Thank you so much for doing your bit to help. It is people like you that make all the hours we spend and effort we put in worthwhile. You have made me a very proud “PointCookian” today. Well done!

    • Nick Michaelides says

      Thanks Miriam. I just hope we can get a huge turnout to our “Meet & Greet” and sign up every single one of them. Then hopefully we can really start putting some heat on the State Government.

      Just on a side note, I have been contacting the office of the minister for Transport since July 2011. I have listed the huge problems with Point Cook Road, Aircraft Level Crossing and Car Parking at Laverton. In all that time, all I have received is standard letters in the mail (3 in all) basically listing improvements that have been made in the Wyndham area but completely ignoring the issues that I have brought up.

      The point I am trying to make is that we need heaps of people behind us before they will even look at what we are talking about. That’s why I am so happy I discovered the Point Cook Action Group!!!!!!! TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.