Hit the wall for charity
IT will be easy to donate to favourite charities since Halls Head Central launched its charity donation wall last week.
The charity wall can be found between Baker’s Delight and Sanity and provides a collection point for customers to donate much-needed supplies to different local charity groups.
The wall kicked off last week raising money for K9 Animal Rescue Group and until the end of June customers can donate canned and dry food, toys, blankets and treats for K9 dogs.
Three of K9’s furry friends – China, Kenta and Jaala – were on hand to help launch the donation wall. Back: Jason Rose and Taryne McDonald. Front: Coz Bass with China, Leonie Mischewski, Megan Goddard, Elayne Wilson with Kenta and Andrea Wilson with Jaala. courses of WA and South Australia.
Mandurah and Peel Tourism Organisation (MAPTO) recently hosted members of Caddie to show them first-hand why the region is known as WA’s Golf Coast.
As part of their visit, the golfing experts played The Cut, Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club and Secret Harbour Golf Links.
Their experiences will feature in the upcoming edition.
MAPTO chief executive Karen Priest said the project was part of the organisation’s golf tourism strategy.
“With an abundance of challenging and beautiful golf courses in a perfect climate, golf is a great drawcard for visitors to the Peel region from our key tourism markets,” Ms Priest said.
As part of the golf marketing strategy, MAPTO has formed partnerships with most of the region’s golf courses, which have contributed funds for increased golf marketing activities.
MAPTO was also instrumental in having the Peel region golf courses recognised by Great Golf Courses of Australia. IF you have a quirky or interesting tale to tell, call 95831070 or email email@example.com