Apple Tree Creek Hall dance
THE Memorial hall at Apple Tree Creek will host its first event for the year on Saturday, February 27.
Hall president Chris Cook said she was excited to welcome back Trevor and she invites everyone to attend and to have a great time.
“It’s been a few months since our last event and I hope to see all our regulars,”
“I would like to see some younger faces, I encourage younger couples, groups of young friends,” Mrs Cook said.
Dances are held on a regular basis at the hall and it’s a great place to socialise.
“You might not dance like Fred and Ginger or even know who they are, it’s not important as having a great time and meeting new people,
“Our last event for 2015 was a stormy night, the hall was packed with people, who attended from all around the region,” she said.
Mrs Cook said she is looking for more community minded locals to become members and to assist in the upkeep and maintenance of the property.
“We are a very small team of volunteers and need help to continue hosting great events at the hall and I encourage any person interested to give me a call,” she said.
The ghostly stories of Jack Frost sitting on the blue recliner arm chair in the Hall may give some patrons a creepy tingling feeling in their spine, or maybe it’s an opportunity for a lady to ask Jack for a dance.
“The stories have never worried our patrons and Jack has never complained either,”
“But it has caused many heated debates over if there are ghosts at the creek.” She said.
For more information or to become a member phone 4126 1224 or 4126 2988