Delphine Geck, of Mundubbera, supports Biggenden’s Relay for Life fundraising by buying a raffle ticket from Ray Hutchinson.
Delphine Geck, of Mundubbera, supports Biggenden’s Relay for Life fundraising by buying a raffle ticket from Ray Hutchinson.

Preparing for Relay for Life

SEVERAL Biggenden residents have come together to enter a team in Maryborough’s Relay for Life on April 17 and 18.

Entering as the Burnett Has Beens team, members including veteran of the team, 81-year-old Ray Hutchinson, are busy fundraising.

They have received plenty of interest in a raffle, which will see the winner take home a football signed by rugby league legend Wally Lewis.

A free bus from Biggenden will take patrons to a tombola at the Coalstoun Lakes Hall on March 27 to raise money for the cause.

All funds raised will benefit the Cancer Council Queensland.



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