Open doors for the community this Christmas
SOUTH Burnett Peace of Mind wants to make sure no one is left out this Christmas.
The organisation's drop in centre will be open the whole Christmas week from December 24 to 31.
Peace of Mind founder Rhonda Trivett said the centre would be open for anyone over 17 who sees service providers in the South Burnett, needs help, or is lonely this Christmas season.
"If you are lonely or need help come along,” she said.
The centre, held at the Kingaroy Lutheran Church hall, will be open from 9.30am to 9pm everyday.
However, the drop in centre will be open after church services from 2.30pm to 9pm on Christmas Day, and Sunday December 30.
"Parents can bring children, but they must be accompanied at all times by an adult,” Ms Trivett said.
They will have arts and craft sessions, a disco night and a movie night.
South Burnett Peace of Mind will also be providing dinners during the week from 5.30pm.
Dinner will cost $5, which includes whichever activities are run that night.
However, the price will be negotiable depending on personal circumstances.
The group at the drop in centre plans to celebrate the new year with a party on New Years Eve.