This  bunch of Coolabunia State School P&C volunteers were getting ready for a very busy night

March 1, 2024

Coolabunia State School P&C’s volunteers handled Reef’n’Beef like a pro on Saturday night, even though it’s only their second try at running the popular event.

The P&C took over Reef’n’Beef in 2023, shifting the fundraising night from Ironpot Hall to the undercover sports area at the Coolabunia School.

The area was packed with 190 diners, waiting expectantly as the food was prepared.

Local singer Amber Goldsmith provided the live music accompaniment to the meals, and the volunteers at the bar were kept busy serving up a range of drinks.

P&C treasurer Brooke McAleese said the night had been “massive”, and although not all the invoices were in yet, she believed more money had been raised than last year.

“It was a great success,” she said.

Funds from the P&C’s first Reef’n’Beef went towards Stage 1 of the school’s new playground, which was installed over the Christmas holidays break.

The money raised at the latest event will be put towards Stage 2 of the playground upgrade.

P&C volunteers Beck Pickels and Rochelle Stark were welcoming guests

Well-known local singer Amber Goldsmith was providing the live music
Jim and Patricia Blyth, from Memerambi, were looking forward to their meals
Brett and Beryl Rankin, from Wattle Grove
Jessica White and Josh Bellert, from Kingaroy



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