Funding comes through to help build new home for Apex
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.