Kumbia QCWA members have had a busy time of working with their community.
The Kingaroy Photographic Club held its first meeting for 2014 last week at the Kingaroy State High School Community Room
QCWA Proston Branch held its first meeting for 2014 on Monday, February 3, and it was well-attended.
Debbie Lyon, from Woods Murdoch Solicitors, is the the January Pride of Workmanship Award winner honoured by the Kingaroy Rotary Club.
Kumbia QCWA will be celebrating its 90th birthday with an afternoon tea starting at 2:00pm on Saturday, March 22 at the QCWA Restroom in Bell Street, Kumbia.
Members of Kumbia QCWA held their first meeting for 2014 on Tuesday, February 4 and already the year to come is looking like it will be a busy one.
Staff at Kingaroy Hospital are eagerly awaiting the arrival of two jaundice detector machines.
The Kingaroy Hospital Auxiliary Inc recently donated $1809 to the Kingaroy Hospital Renal Unit.
Nanango High School Hall was abuzz with excitement on Saturday over the 20th annual Stamp Day
Calling all young footballers! Kingaroy Junior Soccer Club will be holding its annual sign-on days soon.
The South Burnett Endurance Riders Association will be holding their first event for the year on February 1 and 2 – a series of rides along the Blackbutt Rail Trail and through the Benarkin State Forest.
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District Governor Delwyn Hallett, from the Peregian Club, was the special guest at a combined meeting of local Lions clubs held in Kingaroy on Wednesday night.
The touch football grounds at TJ O’Neill Oval have received an upgrade prior to the commencement of the 2014 season.
Hivesville Country Markets are planning a special promotion on Sunday to help mark Australia Day.
Kumbia’s recent International Day was a combination of Christmas craft in the morning followed by lunch and a speaker.
Thirty-one Girl Guides, eight leaders and six guests enjoyed a Girl Guides camp at Boondooma Homestead over the weekend.
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop on Tuesday, November 19.
Students from St John’s Lutheran School walked to the top of Mt Wooroolin last week as part of an Adventure Journey towards their Bridge Award.
This year’s organising committee of the Kingaroy Christmas Carols will break tradition and NOT be asking businesses for sponsorship and donations.