Members of the QCWA Gympie & South Burnett Division met in Murgon last week.
UPDATE May 9, 2013: Petero Civoniceva will now be visiting from June 17-21 for Blackbutt, Yarraman, Nanango and Kingaroy and July 22-26 for Murgon, Wondai, Cherbourg. Exact dates and times to be confirmed.
The Quota Club of Kingaroy held its annual changeover ceremony on Saturday.
The Blackbutt Kindergarten is set for a major overhaul after receiving a $193,000 grant for building extensions, a bathroom upgrade and landscaping.
Members of the Murgon Camera Club took a walk around Kinbombi Falls last month to practice tricks and techniques they’d learned at recent camera club meetings.
Thanks to those members who attended the Annual General Meeting and General Meeting on Wednesday, March 13.
The Rotary Club of Kingaroy-Taabinga has sponsored a local exchange student to spend this year in Sweden, and the Club is now required to host a student: a 15 or 16-year-old girl from Switzerland.
The Wondai Kindy held its annual Golf And Barefoot Bowls Fun Day at the Wondai Country Club last Saturday afternoon in near-perfect weather.
Coverty Rural Fire Brigade would like to thank Supa IGA in Kingaroy for the the privilege of being the recipient of the IGA Kingaroy Community Chest.
A few days ago I received a call from one of my friends – we’ll call him Henry – and he said “What are you doing this afternoon?”
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop today; we had 12 members present.
Swimmers from across the South Burnett converged on the Kingaroy Aquatic Centre to compete in the South Burnett Championships, the last regional swimming carnival of the season
The Goomeri Lions Hot Chip Van is gearing up for this year’s round of shows – the first being the Proston Show on March 9, then Murgon on March 16 and Goomeri on March 23.
Hivesville Markets held their post-flood markets last Sunday with 20 stalls and a great crowd
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop today with 10 members and two visitors present.
QCWA members have been kept busy with disaster relief work. Proston Branch catered for 174 stranded travellers and Kilkivan Branch also helped feed travellers cut off by floods.
Members of the Gympie & South Burnett Division of QCWA met at the Kilkivan QCWA Rooms on Friday, December 7, for their final meeting of 2012.