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Masked Mayhem To Hit Murgon

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Murgon Police administration officer Patrice Fenech with one of the prize baskets on offer, while Senior Sergeant Steven Stewart has paintings by Maurice Mickelo

November 15, 2019

Murgon police are hoping there’s lots of people out in the community willing to don face masks to conceal their true identities …

But local banks needn’t worry. It’s all for a good cause.

The Murgon Police Charity Masquerade Ball will be held on Saturday, November 23, at the South Burnett PCYC.

Office-in-charge of Murgon Police, Senior Sergeant Steven Stewart, said there would be auctions and raffles on the night, with lots of prizes to be won.

In fact, a room in the station is now packed with prizes, including paintings, gift packs and vouchers – all donated by generous individuals and businesses.

Entertainment will be provided by local musicians, including Alex The Frenchman and Louise Winton. There’ll also be a DJ in action.

All proceeds from the black-tie event will go to supporting the PCYC’s BYTE Nite program which is tackling youth crime in the region.

Tickets must be pre-booked ASAP at Murgon Police Station.

Contact Patrice on (07) 4179-5222 or drop into the station.

Tickets are $65 a head or $390 for a table of six, which includes a two-course dinner and finger food.

Snr Sgt Stewart said he wanted to thank Murgon Rotary for their help. The service club has left the stage and acoustic sound blankets in place after the recent Muster.

A room in the Murgon Watchhouse is filled at present with prizes for the Police Charity Masquerade Ball

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