Girls raise $200 for helpful SES
Members there for town in times of strife
SERIOUSLY Edible Sweetcakes, sold by Gayndah’s Junior Girl Guides, have raised money for the local State Emergency Service (SES) team.
The girls sold cakes downtown to show their appreciation for the dedication and hard work of the Gayndah SES, raising more than $200.
The SES has been invaluable to the town, particularly during the recent storm that destroyed rooftops and brought down trees in the area.
Local SES Captain David Wilson accepted the money at last Thursday’s guide meeting, along with a message of thanks to send on to his fellow SES members.
Mackinley Pointon presented the money on behalf of the Junior Girl Guides and made special thanks to the SES team for helping her family after they lost their house roof in the recent storm.
SERIOUSLY HELPFUL: Gayndah Girl Guides sold cakes to raise money for the local SES.