From the Mayor's desk

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

I CER­TAINLY en­joyed the mu­sic hall en­ter­tain­ment at Biggen­den last Sun­day af­ter­noon.

The artists ranged from five and eight-yearolds through to grand­moth­ers and grand­fa­thers and pro­vided ex­cel­lent en­ter­tain­ment for the 120 peo­ple who at­tended. It was so well en­joyed, the show got a stand­ing ova­tion.

Iwould like to in­vite the group to per­form across the North Bur­nett, maybe at a the­atre res­tau­rant.

LIT­TLE ath­let­ics clubs across the re­gion be­gan their sea­son last Satur­day at Gayn­dah and I pay trib­ute to the par­ents and friends who sup­port this club and pro­vide the im­pe­tus for our young­sters to progress in the sport.

WHAT a great night the awards night for Bur­nett State Col­lege was.

The students con­trolled and or­gan­ised the pro­ceed­ings and did an ex­cel­lent job.

The en­ter­tain­ment by the school band was ex­cep­tional, as was the dance per­formed by a group of young ladies coached by com­puter from a teacher on the Gold Coast.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to these peo­ple and to all the students who re­ceived awards on the night.

Many thanks must also go to the teach­ers and staff who put in many ad­di­tional hours in achiev­ing such a great goal.

THE North Bur­nett is only as good as the peo­ple who live and work within its bound­aries and ev­ery suc­cess achieved in one part should be ac­cepted by ev­ery­one in the whole area.

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