Blaze Aid aided

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

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.

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