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Bundaberg service asks for helpers

Bundaberg Meals on Wheels chef Damien Usher is looking for more volunteers.
Bundaberg Meals on Wheels chef Damien Usher is looking for more volunteers. Mike Knott

THE Bundaberg Meals on Wheels group is offering a tasty incentive for any volunteers who put their hands up to help the organisation.

Appealing for more helpers this week, secretary Barbara Hickman said a gourmet morning tea was provided for volunteers.

“Everyone sits down and has morning tea,” Mrs Hickman said.

“We have a pastry chef on staff and he makes gourmet food.”

Mrs Hickman said the organisation needed the volunteers to help from Monday to Friday.

“We have quite a few vacancies to fill from 6am to 9am, and quite a few vacancies for the 10am to 12.30pm shift,” she said.

Mrs Hickman said the volunteers were needed to plate up meals, prepare vegetables and do the heavy-duty washing up.

Interested volunteers are asked to phone 4151 5825 and speak to chef Damien Usher about shift times.



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