Childers’ week of sadness
WHAT a sad week for Childers with the passing of a much-loved friend to all, Doug Schofield.
I want to pass on my condolences to the Schofield family for your loss. May he rest in peace.
This week we have seen two house fires in Childers.
It should be a reminder for all to have a working smoke alarm and a plan if things go wrong.
My thoughts are with the Mammino family.
I am doing a shout out to all the ladies and gents with long hair to join me in Shave for a Cure. Yes, I am going to do it.
I am brave and my hair will grow back, I hope.
Jill Owen has talked me around and I will do it, unless I chicken out at the last moment.
I am looking for donations and others to join me.
I will be able to see for the first time how grey my hair really is. I haven’t seen my natural colour for 30 years.
The Isis RSL will host the Shave for a Cure and they need your support.
On a spooky note, Childers prepare yourself as the spirit team has set a date to come back – March 12.
I am again looking for accommodation for the team. I am requesting one free room and possibly two others on the cheap.
The team will make the journey from Brisbane and it would be nice to show some country hospitality.
Finally, after such a long wait, Chris Cook and her team of dedicated volunteers will be stirring up old spirits when the ATC Hall hosts its first dance of the year.
If you have something coming up, let us know at Town and Country and get your message out. Have a great week Childers.
I will be able to see for the first time how grey my hair really is ...