Chamber prepares for festive shopping
CHRISTMAS is fast approaching. And the Gayndah Chamber of Commerce is planning the festivities.
At its next meeting, the chamber will decide the date for Christmas late night trading.
Shops on Gayndah’s Capper St traditionally open late once a year around Christmas time.
The street is also closed for the Christmas carnival.
A suitable date will be chosen with input from the community and president Hugh McKid has urged business owners to attend the meeting.
The chamber is being steered by a new committee that is seeking membership from proactive residents wishing to contribute to the growth of the town.
MrMcKid said the nationally-recognised Chamber of Commerce spoke for Gayndah’s local businesses.
‘Members will have a voice, and they can make things happen in their community.’
- Hugh McKid
“Members will have a voice, and they can make things happen in their community,” he said.
For more information on the chamber or meeting, email gayndah. email@example.com.
The meeting will be held at7pmat the Grand Hotel on October 9.