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BlazeAid’s On The Way!

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BlazeAid volunteers working near Nanango after the 2013 floods (Photo: Liz Caffery)

October 14, 2018

BlazeAid volunteers will be heading to the South Burnett this week to help local farmers clean up after Thursday’s storms.

South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff said a BlazeAid Camp would be set up at the Kingaroy & District Vintage Machinery Club grounds near Kingaroy Airport.

“We have already had offers of food donations from the Kingaroy Little Butcher and help from the Kingaroy Men’s Shed to co-ordinate meals for the workers,” Cr Duff said.

“The BlazeAid co-ordinator will be arriving on Tuesday to start things rolling. Great work everyone!”

BlazeAid president Kevin Butler said the co-ordinator for this clean-up would be John Lillico.

Farmers needing support and volunteers planning to join in should call or text John on 0484-145-732.

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