Break-in reported at the Gin Gin Bowls Club
sometime between the hours of 10am and 6am between August 15-17.
Mr Logan said the club was made up of volunteers and replacing the equipment would be difficult for the small club.
“A local lady kindly donated a hedger which we are very grateful for and we all thank her for the generous gift,” he said.
There has been a number of incidents in and around the Gin Gin area in recent weeks of vandalism and break-ins.
Constable Michael Salis of the Gin Gin Police said officers were notified of the incident at the bowls club and were continuing their investigation.
“If members of the public saw or witnessed anything, I encourage them to come forward,” Constable Salis said.
The club relies heavily on the dedication of its team of volunteers and active members.
The club hosts a number of social events and activities to raise funds to keep the bowls club operational.
The club has one paid worker, that being the greens keeper and it’s money well spent as the green is in perfect condition.
Mr Logan is encouraging PHOTO: JODIE DIXONBIT200816BOWLS new members to sign up.
“Some might say it’s not a sport, but it’s a great place to make friends and be social,” he said.
Last Sunday members from the Burgowan Lawn Bowls Club went to Gin Gin for a friendly competition between the two clubs.
The bowls club hosts games of bingo, the next game is on September 1.
Doors open at 6pm and eyes down at 7pm.
The Gin Gin Bowls Club is holding its next barbecue on September 2 from 6pm.
Cost is $12 per person for a three-course barbecue, including dessert.
The club has a free roll up every Friday from 3pm.
The club is located in Somerset St, Gin Gin (next to the Showgrounds).
New members are encouraged to sign up at the bowls club, and be part of the fun.
DISAPPOINTED: Gin Gin Bowls Club president Jeff Logan.