Good news for all when community steps up
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.