IWOULD like to sincerely thank all of the people of all of the services in Gayndah recently.
The police, firies, SES, ambulance and hospital staff and, of course, my dearest family and friends, who all turned out on a cold night to help me.
My heartfelt thanks and apologies go out to you all in what must have been a harrowing experience. If I have missed naming anyone, please accept my thanks.
Thank you. impacted by cancer every year. In Central Queensland, we are fortunate to benefit from the support of 164 registered volunteers who are dedicated to our vision for a cancer-free future, in addition to thousands of community members who give of their time for events and other projects.
We simply could not do what we do without the spirit, determination and enthusiasm of volunteers.
They are the heart of our work.
We are committed to providing all Queenslanders with the best possible prospects of preventing, detecting, effectively treating and surviving a cancer diagnosis.
Our heartfelt thanks goes to the terrific volunteers in Central Queensland.
Together we will beat cancer!