Croc rock to take over on Sun­days

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

THE tem­per­a­ture may have dropped come evening, but it’s fun in the sun all year round for Can­non­vale’s Club Croc Ho­tel.

The ho­tel’s fam­ily fun day is back on Sun­day with a spe­cial fundrais­ing twist.

Ethan Davis has made his mark on the hearts of Whit­sun­day lo­cals.

He and his three-year-old brother Kaiden were born with a rare ge­netic con­di­tion called Con­gen­i­tal Adrenal Hyper­pla­sia (CAH), for which there is no cure.

While Kaiden has sta­bilised, Ethan has been in a crit­i­cal con­di­tion.

With life-sav­ing treat­ment more than an hour away, the com­mu­nity re­cently got be­hind the young fam­ily to help them re­lo­cate to Mackay.

And the gen­eros­ity hasn’t stopped there with Club Croc ded­i­cat­ing their monthly event to the Davis fam­ily.

Ho­tel manager Nathan Robin­son said Ethan was in a sit­u­a­tion where he needed the sup­port of many peo­ple.

“We have a few ex­tra ex­cit­ing things be­cause of Ethan,” he said.

Sun­day’s spe­cial event will in­clude ad­di­tional face paint­ing, fairy floss and snow cones. There will also be a prize auc­tion and lucky door prizes.

The jump­ing cas­tle will re- turn and favourite lo­cal mu­si­cian Nathan Kennedy will hit the stage, gui­tar in hand, with his easy-lis­ten­ing style.

The event be­gins at mid­day with Nathan bring­ing the tunes at 1pm.

SEA­SONED PER­FORMER: Lo­cal mu­si­cian Nathan Kennedy will be per­form­ing at Club Croc on Sun­day.

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