Kingaroy Twilight Branch President presenting pack to Uniting Care Community Program Manager, Sarah Franciose-Jones.
Kingaroy Twilight Branch President presenting pack to Uniting Care Community Program Manager, Sarah Franciose-Jones.

Twilight Shine with Success of Hygiene Drive

Kingaroy Twilight would like to thank the community for their generosity in donating items for the Hygiene Drive. For our first drive we had a very good response. Twilight's were able to pack over 50 bags to distribute through the community for those in need.

Kingaroy Twilight would like to thank South Burnett CTC, SB Care, Nanango Library and The Good Price Pharmacy on allowing us to have our donations bins located at their premises, it was a pleasure to work in partnership with these organisations.

On Wednesday 18 November we had the honour of presenting some of our packs to Uniting care Community Programe Manager, Sarah Franciose-Jones. Kingaroy Twilight is looking forward to working with Sarah and her team in the future with the various programs they have to offer to the community.

Twilight group are pleased to advise that this will be an annual event.

Keep posted via our facebook page on future projects we will be working on with or within the community. Updates will also be placed in the local paper.

Next meeting will be Wednesday 9 December which will be the last meeting for 2015.
 


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