Lo­cal hall still strug­gling

Isis Town and Country - - News -

AP­PLE Tree Creek Memo­rial Hall is desperately seek­ing com­mu­nity support to en­sure its doors stay open.

The popular venue hosted Hal­loween-in­spired events last week and re­ported a strong turnout for the zom­bie walk and “fright night”.

But the hall will need a lot more support if it is to con­tinue op­er­at­ing, with in­surance fees almost forc­ing the venue to close.

ATC Memo­rial Hall’s Chris Cook en­cour­aged lo­cal groups to take ad­van­tage.

“I’m all for com­mu­nity shar­ing,” she said.

“The help we’ve re­ceived from groups so far will help us put away some funds to cover in­surance.”

The hall com­mit­tee will host a dance on Novem­ber 22, which in­cludes mu­sic from lo­cal band Tre­ble, with Christ­mas dis­cos and dances al­ready locked in.

Ms Cook called on the com­mu­nity to show support for th­ese events and help keep the venue open.

Phone 4126 1224 for de­tails or search for the hall on Face­book.

PHOTO: SI­MON YOUNG BUN200913CHI12

UP­COM­ING EVENTS: The Ap­ple Tree Creek Memo­rial Hall.

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