Fun with cards

Matt Edwards, Madeleine Vines and Samuel Aroney are up to their necks in good fun at Nielson Park beach.
Matt Edwards, Madeleine Vines and Samuel Aroney are up to their necks in good fun at Nielson Park beach. Scottie Simmonds

THE Bundaberg Branch of Red Cross hosts a regular card party on the third Friday of each month at the Tantitha Bowls Club, Rotary Park, George Street, Bundaberg, from 1pm to 4pm.

Entry includes afternoon tea.

Contact the Red Cross rooms on 4151 3096 for assistance if you would like to participate but are unable to make up a foursome.

Red Cross wishes to thank the Tantitha Bowls Club for making its facilities available.

The next card party will be held on October 15.

The Bundaberg Branch of the Australian Red Cross meets monthly in the Agnes Baker Rooms on the ground floor of the Wide Bay Australia Building, Barolin Street. Next meeting is on this Monday, at 9.30am.

New members are always welcome.


SAHAJA Yoga Meditation is a personal experience of internal transformation which spontaneously awakens the inner self, manifesting deep peace, improved mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Free classes Mondays 7pm at The Neighbourhood Centre, 111 Targo Street. Phone 4159 7887 for details.



THIS Sunday is the next PCYC Craft Market.

With Christmas not far away, why not browse through the hall and check out all the gift ideas available?

With up to 60 stalls inside and out there is sure to be something for everyone.

Come early for breakfast or just a snack and enjoy the great coffee at the canteen.

For sale will be jewellery, candles, pottery, plants, homemade cakes, biscuits jams, preserves and much more.

There is also a sausage sizzle operating and free jumping castle for the kids.

For more information or to book a site telephone 4154 2813.

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