Tan­talis­ing tastes draw crowds

Central Telegraph - - LIFE | MY TOWN - BILOELA ALAN McTAGGART P: 0418 195 503 E: al­ndesmct@big­pond.com

Angli­can Fete

A COOL evening but the food was hot, a dry night but there was a va­ri­ety of drinks to be had at the Angli­can Fete.

It is an an­nual event that at­tracts lots of sup­port­ers who ei­ther bake food, bring food or eat food and the pro­ceeds boost the cof­fers.

Cook­ing hot chips or steak on the bar­be­cue is men’s work but on this oc­ca­sion stay­ing close to the flames or the hot fat also helped keep the chill out!

Home-cooked take­aways had the full range of casseroles, meats and rice and were snapped up by those com­ing off work.

Fol­low that with ap­ple crum­ble, pavlova, cus­tard and ice cream and you could have been din­ing like a king!

Many a ham, meat tray or fruit tray was won and col­lected at the whim of the spin­ning wheel, buy your ticket and take your chance!

As al­ways those ex­pert home chefs had been busy in the kitchen and the tres­tle ta­ble was groan­ing with sweet slices, fruit cakes, jams and lots of other good take-a-way food.

There were plants for sale to sat­isfy any gar­dener and even a wide se­lec­tion of books good for the chil­dren or just to while-a-way a lazy af­ter­noon.

Face paint­ing for the chil­dren kept them cheer­ful as they waited for the raf­fle draw­ing and for the child’s bike that was go­ing to be won by some­body.

A rub­bish bin had to be found to hold all the tick­ets but at the end of the draw there was one win­ner and five-year-old Emily Yanco was the lucky one.

The clean-up hap­pened in a flash as ev­ery­one did their bit so that fam­i­lies could wend their way home.

The fete was done and dusted for another year

Show and shine

TIME to get that much-loved and pol­ished ve­hi­cle out of the shed and ready for the an­nual Aut­ofest at the Show­grounds on Septem­ber 16.

Pro­moted by the Ro­tary Club and the Cal­lide Val­ley Auto club this is al­ways a great day out for the cars, for their own­ers and for the peo­ple who wish to view them.

If your favourite toy is up to it there is a gen­tle rally around the district be­fore the start of the main event.

Public en­try from 11am for the Show and Shine and then car sports in the af­ter­noon

Fash­ion pa­rade

THE Saint Vincent de Paul So­ci­ety is hold­ing a Spring Fash­ion Pa­rade at the Cen­tre on Satur­day, Septem­ber 2 from 1pm.

For a $5 dona­tion you will en­joy entertainment by Deb­bie Reid, the Mathew Sis­ters and Wil­liam Lees and our lo­cal mod­els strut­ting the cat­walk in Vin­nies Bou­tique summer fashions.

All money raised goes to es­tab­lish­ing a Bur­sary for the lo­cal schools.

Un­der 5’s day

I SUS­PECT the Un­der 5s can’t read this so I hope Mum will do that for the kids and bring them along to the Biloela Kinder­garten on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 14 from 9am-11am.

Lots of ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren and their fam­i­lies with games to play and emer­gency ve­hi­cles to in­spect.

En­ter by the An­zac Club carpark makes it safer for all.

Tea and cof­fee for Mums and Dads and it only costs a Gold Coin dona­tion at the door.

Lit­er­ary time

DON’T for­get the po­etry work­shop led by Mark Tredin­nick – one of Aus­tralia’s lead­ing po­ets and the win­ner of many lit­er­ary prizes.

Takes place at the Re­gional Art Gallery next week­end on Septem­ber 9 and 10 from 9am till 4.00pm and has much to of­fer be­gin­ners and more ex­pe­ri­enced writ­ers.

Call Shanna at the Gallery for fur­ther de­tails and book ASAP to 4992 9500.

Shop lo­cal

THE main street of Biloela will be hum­ming when the CDCC “Shop Lo­cal” cam­paign will be in full swing on Septem­ber 13.

Great money prizes to be won if you have done the docket thing in par­tic­i­pat­ing busi­nesses!

Make your way down town on the night and be there to win your share.

Good food

THE Biloela Kinder­garten will hold Chil­dren’s Nu­tri­tion and Whole­food Lunch­box work­shops next week on Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day.

A great op­por­tu­nity to en­sure that the mid­day lunch for your chil­dren is the best that can be done.

Con­tact Michelle for more in­for­ma­tion on 4992 1327

Change of email

DUE to some dif­fi­cul­ties with the biloe­labriefs@hot­mail.com ad­dress it will close in the near fu­ture.

Please send all ma­te­rial for this col­umn to al­ndesmct@big­pond.com.

Gwen Jensen started with her stall cov­ered in more books than on the li­brary shelves and nearly sold them all.


WELL DONE: Fa­ther John, Bev Power and Emily Yanco, win­ner of the Power Bike.

El­bow grease and a tin of pol­ish and maybe your car will catch the judges eye?

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