Group re­sponds to call for help

Central and North Burnett Times - - OKTOBERFEST FEATURE -

SER­VICE work and as­sist­ing their com­mu­nity in any­way pos­si­ble is an im­por­tant fac­tor of the Biggen­den Apex Club.

When the Red Col­lar Res­cue dog shel­ter own­ers sent out a plea for helpers to put up shade­cloth at the Woowoonga shel­ter be­fore the hot weather set in, mem­bers were only too ea­ger to roll up their sleeves and lend a hand.

On its Face­book page RCR own­ers said: “You don’t need to have any par­tic­u­lar skills – just be will­ing to do what you can to help. Ma­te­ri­als are pro­vided we just need will­ing work­ers.”

And help Apex did, un­der­tak­ing lay­ing slabs of con­crete.


SER­VICE WORK: Jared Trig­ger and Alex Eg­gle­ston lay con­crete slabs for Red Col­lar Res­cue Dog Shel­ter atWoowoonga.

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