Paver the way for the Lodge
WOULD you like to provide a permanent recognition of a loved one?
Residents can by supporting the Bundaberg Health Services Foundation’s latest fundraising campaign to raise money for the modifications required for the new Rotary Lodge, which is moving onsite to Bundaberg Hospital.
Foundation manager Maria Burnet said while Rotary Clubs were once again lending their support to ensure the work is carried out, it also needs community support from the North Burnett and Bundaberg communities.
“The gardens need a makeover and a paved path would be incorporated into the new design.
“These pavers will not only form part of the garden in memory of Coalstoun Lakes man Morrison Marshall, whose family and friends have donated a sizeable amount of money to assist in these renovations, but the fundraiser will raise the extra funds needed to see this project completed in a timely manner,” she said.
His widow, Denise, said the proposed project was a wonderful opportunity for any family to recognise a loved one.
Ms Burnet said individuals could buy a paver for the cost of $40 with their name permanently engraved while larger pavers cost $200 for those groups or businesses that want to be involved.
“We are hoping that guests who have stayed with us will also support this campaign as we have had some wonderful testimonials from guests who have greatly appreciated having somewhere close to stay during a traumatic medical time,” she said.
BUY A PAVER: With Rotary Lodge moving onsite to Bundaberg Hospital, a garden in memory of Morrison Marshall will form part of the upgrade. His widow, Denise, holds a paver individuals can buy as a lasting memory of loved ones.