Mar­ket teeters if no vol­un­teers step up

Isis Town and Country - - News -

ANGRY, frus­trated and an­noyed, Beth Law from the Gin Gin mar­kets is dis­ap­pointed in the lack of vol­un­teers will­ing to donate a few hours a week.

Mrs Law said she has been sup­port­ing the mar­ket for more than four years and needs more help.

“We have a great team of vol­un­teers and they are be­com­ing run down from sup­port­ing the mar­ket, and we are in des­per­ate need for some younger hands to help out.

“It’s a great so­cial event every Satur­day morn­ing but we can’t con­tinue to wear our­selves out,” she said.

“If we can’t get ex­tra hands we will be left with no choice but to cut the mar­kets to once a month.”

Look­ing worn out and frus­trated, Mrs Law is pas­sion­ate about Gin Gin and per­son­ally doesn’t want the mar­ket to end.

“We have too many busi­nesses at the mar­ket and I don’t want to let any­one down,”

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, see Mrs Law at the BBQ Hut Satur­day morn­ing.

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