Looking good to feel better

THE Look Good, Feel Better clinic, aimed to bring smiles to the faces of cancer patients, is looking to bring its workshops to the North Burnett.

The organisation is looking for community input on where it should go including places like Gayndah and Mundubbera.

The Look Good, Feel Better state program manager Carol Fazel said cancer patients from small regional communities travelled to Bundaberg or Brisbane for treatment.

“The opportunity to attend a workshop with family and friends at home is invaluable support we can offer,” she said.

“Our partners, health professionals, plus logistics such as venues need to be part of our discussion with the communities.”

The two-hour, hands-on workshop gives patients a chance to laugh, smile and forget about cancer.

The workshops are conducted by qualified members of the skincare, beauty therapy and hair industries.

The program, created by an oncologist with the help of the beauty industry, offers practical advice on skincare, make-up, hair loss, comfort and relaxation with the attendees taking home a collection of donated products.

To register interest or find out more about the program contact Look Good, Feel Better volunteer co-ordinator Dianne Schneider on 0407 721 950.

People can also visit www.lgfb.org.au for more information or contact 1800 650 960.

Skating to funds

THE Biggenden Skate Park committee will hold a car wash, sausage sizzle and dog wash this weekend in the hope to further its fundraising efforts.

The group has raised $951.55 on its way to match a council contribution of $50,000 for the park.

People can head to 33 George Street, Biggenden, or ring Marie Jenner on 4127 1616 to book in their dogs.

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