Legends spark interest
BRONCOS fans have the chance to meet some all-time legends at the annual Broncos on the Beach luncheon on March 29.
This is the third year the event will be held at The Surf Club Mooloolaba, and excitement can barely be contained.
The Surf Club Mooloolaba marketing manager Samantha Barrass said the line-up of footy legends is looking great this year.
“The guest of honour will be Darren Lockyer with a few of the other greats like Michael Hancock, Michael De Vere, David Stagg and Jharal Yow Yeh,” she said.
Although lots of fun, the event has a meaningful purpose behind it.
The funds raised during the lunch go towards a school and football club kids mentoring program in partnership with both The Surf Club Mooloolaba and the Brisbane Broncos.
Brisbane Broncos and Sunshine Coast game development officer Jack Reed said the program aims to teach kids and teenagers how to make good choices.
“Initially the school programs were focused talking to younger kids about the kind of person they were going to decide to be and how to eat healthy and make smart choices,” he said.
“But it’s now also grown into a drug and alcohol awareness program in high schools with the Queensland Police to talk about healthy living and we’ve also started touching on cyber safety and cyber bullying.”
Visit the Eventbrite website for further information and to buy your tickets.
CYBER SAFETY: Jack Reed runs a school program that teaches kids life lessons.