Towards the end of 2013 the Kumbia QCWA members decided to make two quilts and raffle them for a worthy cause.
The ladies from Kumbia QCWA have celebrated the 90th birthday of the branch with a high tea
Sing Australia Kingaroy provided some uplifting entertainment as part of the Kumbia Kindergarten’s International Women’s Day celebrations held last week.
You weren’t imagining it … there have been a lot more South Burnett citizens wearing green – and funny hats – around the place in the past few days than you’d normally see in the area.
Kumbia Memorial Hall became a sea of purple on Friday to help mark International Women’s Day.
A couple of fire crews have remained to monitor the site of a grassfire at Kumbia this morning.
Kumbia QCWA members have had a busy time of working with their community.
Kumbia State School had its biggest roll-up ever on Saturday when more than a thousand students, ex-students and their families packed into the grounds for the school’s centenary celebrations.
Kumbia Kindergarten is urging guests to dress in purple – “a little or a lot” – for its 2nd annual International Women’s Day lunch which will be held next month at Kumbia Memorial Hall.
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.
Excitement is growing in Kumbia ahead of the huge celebration planned to mark the centenary of Kumbia State School.
Wednesday afternoon’s storms brought smiles to many faces after a day of stifling heat but most South Burnett farmers will be hoping there’s still more rain around the corner.
The South Burnett Gas Guzzlers hot rod and street machine club went on a special run last week … just to help out a young Kumbia girl.
Kumbia’s recent International Day was a combination of Christmas craft in the morning followed by lunch and a speaker.
Kumbia’s 14th annual Kumbia Christmas Markets and Carnival were held in the grounds of the Kumbia Memorial Hall
About four years ago, Kumbia’s Brian Fawcett was sitting alone on his porch when he had, in his own words, “a spiritual experience” which changed his life forever, and potentially, the lives of hundreds of cancer sufferers.
It’s the first Tuesday in November so it must be … the Kumbia Races!
The Kumbia Race Club will be holding their 42nd Annual Melbourne Cup Day Races at the Kumbia racetrack from 11:00am until 5:00pm tomorrow.
Locals and visitors gathered at the Kumbia Hotel on Saturday to mark the 100th birthday of the town’s well-known landmark.
You’d better get in quick for the next Kumbia Brain Drain, almost half the tables are booked!