Call out for more singers

SING Australia is celebrating its first anniversary and is welcoming new members to join its weekly practices.

Following a well-attended and successful workshop held in Bundaberg in May last year with national director and founder of Sing Australia, Colin Slater, the Sing Australia group in Bundaberg is now 50 members strong.

According to Mr Slater, how the voice sounds when we sing has nothing to do with the benefits that singing brings with it.

"It is a healthy, positive and fun pursuit open to everyone," he said.

Publicity officer Belinda Macklan said that everyone was welcome to join.

"We do not discriminate and are a fun group," she said.

She said the group was excited for its newly designed club logo, which will now be displayed at gigs and performances.

Sing Bundaberg will perform at the upcoming Australia Day celebration at Innes Park.

The club meets on Mondays from 7pm. For more information contact Belinda Macklan on 41525948 or Di Taylor on 41550012.

There are Sing groups all over Queensland including Biloela, Emerald, Rockhampton and the Sunshine Coast, with Bundaberg is the most recently established group in the state.



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