Good news for all when com­mu­nity steps up

Central Telegraph - - NEWS | OPINION - GLEN POR­TE­OUS glen.por­te­[email protected]­tral­tele­

IT HAS been great to re­port on some of the com­mu­nity news that has hap­pened in the Ba­nana Shire since I started last week.

Angli­care CQ Adopt-A-fam­ily has been work­ing hard to help make the fes­tive sea­son a lit­tle more en­joy­able for those less for­tu­nate this year.

The Friends of Theodore Ma­ter­nity Ser­vices are ad­vo­cat­ing to re­sume birthing ser­vices for their hos­pi­tal.

The PCYC Biloela has had four grad­u­ates with a Cer­tifi­cate III in Hos­pi­tal­ity sup­ported by the Get Set For Work pro­gram.

This op­por­tu­nity will help them progress with fu­ture goals in life they want to achieve.

These are not ex­tra­or­di­nary peo­ple do­ing or­di­nary things.

Rather they are just or­di­nary peo­ple step­ping up to do the ex­tra­or­di­nary in their part of the world to help make it a bet­ter place to live in.

Fi­nally, the sport­ing tragic in me wishes good luck and good hunt­ing to the mighty Biloela Bluefins, who are head­ing off to Bris­bane for the re­lay swim­ming cham­pi­onships.

No mat­ter what the fi­nal re­sults are, you have al­ready made your home town proud by get­ting in and hav­ing a go.

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