QGC, Ausco head up barbie

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AUSCO Mod­u­lar has helped Chinchilla High School be­gin NAIDOC Week cel­e­bra­tions.

Ausco Mod­u­lar’s Chinchilla Stay­over Vil­lage and QGC spon­sored a bar­be­cue at the school with team mem­bers from each or­gan­i­sa­tion man­ning the bar­be­cue.

Ausco Mod­u­lar Chinchilla Stay­over Vil­lage man­ager Luke Padovan and QGC com­mu­nity li­ai­son of­fi­cer Katie Tay­lor cel­e­brated with the stu­dents and high­lighted the im­por­tance of sup­port­ing the 70 in­dige­nous stu­dents en­rolled at Chinchilla High.

“NAIDOC Week is an im­por­tant event in Ausco’s calendar,” Luke said. “While cel­e­bra­tions com­menced ear­lier this year due to school hol­i­days, we still wanted to get into the com­mu­nity and help in­crease aware­ness and demon­strate our sup­port for this ini­tia­tive.”


Chinchilla State High School stu­dents line up for the QGC/Ausco Mod­u­lar BBQ for NAIDOC Week.

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