Trivia night raises $1300 for anti-vi­o­lence cam­paign

Whitsunday Times - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

MORE than 90 peo­ple at­tended the Zonta Club of the Whit­sun­days trivia night at the Vol­un­teer Ma­rine Res­cue club­house on Fri­day night.

The evening was a fan­tas­tic suc­cess with 12 teams bat­tling it out to be the in­au­gu­ral trivia cham­pi­ons.

Ann Cleghorn’s team of Jack Close, Mario Ab­du­rach­man, Amanda Voveris, Greg France, An­nie Judd, Amy Close and Jo Zouwer took out first place to prove they were the trivia mas­ter­minds of the night.

More than $1300 was raised on the evening with all funds go­ing to the Zonta Says No cam­paign and Breast Care.

Me­dia li­ai­son of­fi­cer Sandii Hansen said Zonta was com­mit­ted to rais­ing aware­ness and mak­ing a pres­ence in the Whit­sun­day com­mu­nity with the first step be­ing the erec­tion of an aware­ness stand at the trivia night.

She said Zonta mem­bers would con­tinue build­ing the lo­cal cam­paign by set­ting up a Zonta Says No tent at the Act as 1 Com­mu­nity Outrig- ger Chal­lenge on Sun­day. “Our cam­paign will build un­til Novem­ber 23 when we will be hav­ing a stall at the Air­lie Beach mar­kets to cre­ate fur­ther aware­ness, give out Zonta Says No rib­bons for a gold coin do­na­tion and sell all things or­ange,” she said.

“To­gether we can make a dif­fer­ence in the lives of women and girls in our lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties and around the world.”

The Zonta Club of the Whit­sun­days will be work­ing si­mul­ta­ne­ously with 30,000 Zonta mem­bers from 1200 clubs in 63 coun­tries to sup­port the Zonta Says No cam­paign.

The new ini­tia­tive by Zonta In­ter­na­tional aims to raise aware­ness and in­crease ac­tions to end the vi­o­lence against women and young girls around the world.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.zon­ or email zon­ta­club7@hot­

TRIVIA FUN: Zonta pres­i­dent An­gela Spicer and the MC for Fri­day night’s trivia func­tion, Ker­rie Adam.

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