Fund­ing comes through to help build new home for Apex

Central and North Burnett Times - - OKTOBERFEST FEATURE -

ON Tues­day the Biggen­den Apex Club re­ceived the great news their fund­ing ap­pli­ca­tion through Jupiters to build a shed at Apex Park was suc­cess­ful.

The shed will store the club’s equip­ment and will be a place to hold meet­ings and so­cial events.

Sec­re­tary Rob­bie Radel said the club cur­rently had 14 mem­bers, in­clud­ing six new mem­bers who joined up in the past 12 months.

Two of th­ese, Alex Eggel­ston and Justin Vi­cary, have raised more than $6000.

“This has come mainly from their com­mit­ment to the club’s weekly Fri­day night raf­fles.”

Mr Radel praised the brothers-in-law who have also stepped up and taken on ex­ec­u­tive po­si­tions in the club.

The new com­mit­tee is pres­i­dent Justin Vi­cary, vice-pres­i­dent Jared Trig­ger, sec­re­tary Rob­bie Radel and trea­surer Alex Eggel­ston.

Mr Radel said the club was al­ways look­ing for ser­vice work to con­trib­ute to such as the work the club un­der­took for Red Col­lar Res­cue, and run­ning the bar at var­i­ous func­tions in­clud­ing the re­cent Bur­nett Beef Ball.

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