Small few pitch in

Central and North Burnett Times - - AROUND TOWN - Sue Har­ris sue.har­ris@cnbtimes.com.au

A SMALL group of vol­un­teers did an im­pres­sive job of pick­ing up road­side rub­bish at Mun­dub­bera’s Clean-Up Aus­tralia Day on Sun­day.

As usual, the lo­cal Lions Club or­gan­ised the clean-up which was sched­uled to be held ear­lier in the year but de­layed be­cause clean­ing up af­ter the flood took pri­or­ity.

Coun­cil QGAP worker Penny Emery helped out and was not sur­prised by fewer vol­un­teers.

“Since the flood our com­mu­nity has un­der­taken more than its usual num­ber of clean-up ac­tiv­i­ties this year,” she said.

PHOTO: PENNY EMERY

CLEAN­ING UP MUN­DUB­BERA: Lions Club mem­bers and a small group of helpers walked the road­sides clean­ing up at the week­end. From left, Peter Van Breemen, Me­lanie and Shawna Pope, Col Schulz, David Rolfe and Marion Den­holm.

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