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A large crowd turned out to the Kingaroy Bowls Club on Sunday afternoon to help raise funds for South Burnett Autism Support Group at the annual Autism Bowls Challenge

September 25, 2019

Kingaroy Bowls Club’s greens were abuzz on Sunday afternoon for the annual Autism Bowls Challenge.

Kingaroy Rotary and the Kingaroy Bowls Club joined forces to put on a fundraising afternoon for the South Burnett Autism Support Group.

Bowlers and non-bowlers took to the greens to have a go and test their luck at winning a spot prize.

Rotary Club member Wayne Bushell hosted another of the day’s attractions.

Wayne prepared a range of his famous “Bushy Burgers” for lunch, assisted by Ian Hall and Ray Pitt.

The South Burnett Autism Support Group was founded by Kingaroy mum Jenny Lutz in the mid-1990s.

Jenny is still a local contact for the group, and she was out bowling with the best of them on Sunday.

The South Burnett Autism Support Group meets on the second Friday of the month at 7:00pm at SBCare in Kingaroy.

For more information, phone Jenny on (07) 4164-1107.

[Photos: Wendy Kruger]

Part of the attraction of the bowls afternoon was the chance to eat a “Bushy Burger” over lunch … demand for these exotic taste treats kept Wayne Bushell, Ian Hall and Ray Pitt at the barbecue

Bowlers relaxing in the bowls club’s dining room

David Black chatted with John and Edna Bastable … all from Kingaroy Rotary

South Burnett Autism Support Group founder Jenny Lutz and John Bastable with a money board fundraiser

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