Blaze Aid aided
EVERYONE knows that the secret to a great start to the day is a good breakfast.
So when Monto’s Seventh Day Adventist Development and Relief Agency’s Lynette Kenny contacted Sanitarium with the hopes of securing a donated breakfast for Blaze Aid workers, everyone was relieved to hear they said yes.
About $3000 worth of Weet-Bix, soy milk, peanut butter and marmite was collected by Monto Blaze Aid volunteer Craig Copping on Saturday, which will be split between camps at Biloela and Rockhampton.
“Here in Monto we go through two big boxes every week,” Mr Copping said.
“I have four every morning myself – I’m a growing boy.
“And I’ll definitely get stuck into that peanut butter.”
Monto Blaze Aiders are now camped back at the showgrounds and back in business after moving to the polocrosse grounds and having some welldeserved time off during the show.