Cancer branch's future is in doubt

DWINDLING membership has forced the Cancer Council Queensland’s Biggenden branch to meet to discuss its future.

Chairman Diane MacDonald said a general meeting would follow the branch annual general meeting on February 18.

“While we receive wonderful financial support from the community whenever a function is held, what is lacking is people willing to attend meetings and help at fundraising events,” she said.

Mrs MacDonald hoped national events such as the Biggest Morning Tea and Daffodil Day could continue, but said the branch’s structure may have to change unless more members could be attracted.

She urged all interested people to come to the meeting in the QCWA Rooms at 2pm on February 18 to support the branch.

For more information, telephone Bev Geissler on 4127 1434.



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