WILDLIFE WANDERER’S CARER’S GROUP CHRISTMAS RAFFLE
The Nanango based Wildlife Wanderers Carer’s Group Association. Inc has organised a Christmas raffle to raise money to help cover the costs involved with caring for sick and injured wildlife.
the raffle has a range of great prizes donated by several generous businesses from across the South Burnett including: a wheelbarrow (donated by Mitre 10), a three piece garden setting, pedestal fan, bottles of wine (donated by Fitzroy Hotel, Nanango), a slow cooker, a robo fishing toy (donated by Toyworld), a cheeky garden gnome, a $30 IGA Nanango voucher, a $50 D.J. Socks and accessories voucher, a $20 Bunnings voucher, a $25 Linard Floral and Bridal voucher and more!
Tickets are $2 each or four for $5 with raffles being drawn at the Nanango IGA on 17, 18, 21 December and Kingaroy IGA on 20, 23 and 24 December.
Keep an eye out for tickets for sale outside both IGA stores.
Rescue phone number: 0447 196 704.
NANANGO INDOOR BOWLS
Nanago Indoor Bowls celebrated the end of the year with a Christmas party on Tuesday, 8 December.
The festivities featured Santa, a door prize and a lowest score competition.
They had two teams of eight compete and later exchanged Christmas gifts.
The club will return in the new year on 12 January opening at 1pm on Tuesdays, and is located at the Nanango Cultural Centre.
NANANGO SENIOR CITIZENS
Nanango Senior Citizens Club enjoyed a short play and carols alongside their Christmas lunch break-up on Monday, 7 December.
The play presented by David Lawler, Gary Morgan and Sylvia Peterson called ‘The Dumb Waiter’ depicted a man taking a lady to a French restaurant in an attempt to impress her.
It included one liners such as “Now what’s on the menu… ME- N- U.”
After this, Tom Bennett and Selwyn Kurz sang country music, and then the Seniors Choir performed Christmas carols accompanied by Laura Hobdell.
The event was catered by Ray Richards from Manumbar Meets Catering.
Nanango Senior Citizens Club will return in the New Year on 1 February.
NANANGO TAI CHI
Nanango Tai Chi celebrated lunch at the RSL Nanango, in Tara’s Hall on Wednesday, 9 December. They had an excellent meal and enjoyed the experience. They were thoroughly impressed with the decorations provided by the RSL and a special thanks to Parnier for organising the event. Nanango RSL made the day extra special by arranging the tables in a square with a Christmas tree in the middle.
KINGAROY FRIENDSHIP MARKETS
The next Kingaroy Friendship Markets Christmas are happening this Saturday, 19 December at the Kingaroy Showgrounds – Gate 5.
– Bananas, vegies, cakes, pies, biscuits, Christmas baking
– Chooks, Turkeys & Guinea Fowl
– Animal Farm and pony rides
– Coffee, ice creams and thick shakes available
Contact Rita on 0427 644 131 or Craig on 0408 880 927
Raffle drawn 7 December.
First prize $100 Woolworths $50 IGA Kingaroy Voucher =Ticket No RED M1 Tony Stephens c/o Chris Kerr.
Second prize $50 Ryan’s Butchery voucher
$50 Wondai IGA voucher = Ticket No GREY X30 Stan Kevne.
Third prize $30 Hivesville Hotel voucher, $20 Murgon Fruit Mart Voucher = Ticket No BLUE B24 Annette.
We would like to thank Woolworths & IGA Kingaroy Ryan’s Butchery & IGA Wondai, Hivesville Hotel and Murgon Fruit Mart for their generous support. To all who bought tickets a big thank you. Lastly to the stores who helped sell our tickets we couldn’t have done it without your help.
Hivesville QCWA would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a marvellous new year.
-Lyn Ramscar, vice-president
Wondai Seniors News
Approximately 47 Wondai Seniors attended their Christmas party which was held on 9 December at the Wondai RSL. Entertainers for the event were the Stolzenberg brothers whose lively programme set feet and fingers tapping. Wondai Seniors singing group followed singing a selection of Christmas carols accompanied by Graham Beuck on the piano. Ivy Murray played some popular songs on her piano accordion and Carol Francis delighted the audience with her musical rendition if ‘O Holy Night’ on the organ. Thank you everyone for adding so much enjoyment to the day.
After a splendid lunch Santa appeared and handed out gifts to all. Thanks Santa for coming all the way from the North Pole. It’s a pity you couldn’t have stayed a little longer but the heat here in Australia was making you weak.
Five raffles and two lucky door prizes were drawn after Santa departed. A special thanks to Desley Fraham from Murgon who gave her time to monogram towels & face washers. They were gratefully received by the winners. The usual fruit hamper was also raffled and a Lion’s Christmas cake and chocolate selection were also on offer. Two lucky door prized were also added to the mix.
After the raffles were drawn the Wondai Town Band entertained us as is the custom each year. Thank you band members we enjoyed your music so much.
On 13 January Wondai Seniors have planned a bus trip to Tin Can Bay with a Fish & Chip lunch catered for by the ever popular Snack Shack. The cost of the trip is $35 per head and that includes bus, lunch and morning tea. Members are encouraged to invite friends as we need a few more to fill up the bus. Please phone Nola Wingfield on 41642398 ASAP to book a seat for this great day out.
As our club is now in recess until February, birthdays for December & January are Ann Brand, Eileen Beer, Hazel Schofield, Pat Farley, Colleen Just and Robin Sinclair. Have a wonderful birthday each and everyone of you.
Wondai Seniors first meeting for 2021 will be held at the Wondai RSL on Wednesday February 10 commencing at 1pm. Visitors are always welcome. -Helen Wain.