Isis Town and Country - - Opinion - San­dra Webb Pres­i­dent IDSHS P and C

SINCE last Novem­ber, the Isis Dis­trict State High School P and C had been plan­ning a din­ner and dance to com­mem­o­rate the cen­te­nary of An­zac and the Great War. This was an event the P and C be­lieved de­served spe­cial recog­ni­tion and there­fore put a lot of time and ef­fort into putting to­gether a pro­gram that would recog­nise the con­tri­bu­tion of our servicemen and women both in the past and up to the present day. Many peo­ple put a lot of time and ef­fort into this event and had pre­pared a won­der­ful pro­gram of en­ter­tain­ment, dining and danc­ing. Sadly, the event had to be can­celled due to lack of ticket sales. With­out pre-pur­chased ticket num­bers it made it im­pos­si­ble for our won­der­ful cater­ing team to cater ef­fec­tively. May I take this op­por­tu­nity through your pa­per to thank all those who put so much time and ef­fort into the plan­ning of this event and to the few who showed their sup­port by buy­ing tick­ets. Also thanks to the staff and stu­dents who had pre­pared en­ter­tain­ment items, our lo­cal cadets, Bak­ers Mil­i­tary Mu­seum and Ken Ash­ford, who had sent wartime me­mora­bilia up from Mary­bor­ough.

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