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QUEANBEYAN RSL MEMORIAL BOWLING CLUB
2 New Games will be
Conducted Next Week
FULL DETAILS AVAILABLE AT THE CLUB
Lu ky Cash Card Game
Proceeds go towards
the children of learning
AILABLE AT THE CLUB
NRL GRAND FINAL FEVER
Come along and
watch the game
on the big screen
Free BBQ and Chance to Win $300
Pick the Winning Margin
CASH AND PRIZES
7.00pm every Thursday night
Dinner raises funds and spirits
Sandra and Karen Robinson donate $25,000 from a fundraiser to ACT Eden Monaro Cancer Support Group administration manager
Picture: Elesa Lee
A FUNDRAISING dinner held at
the Queanbeyan Bicentennial
Hall three months ago raised
about $65,000 for the Eden
Monaro Cancer Support Group.
Sisters-in-law Karen and San-
dra Robinson organised the func-
tion on July 29 to help family
members Kellie and Jeremy
In February Ms Thurling was
diagnosed with a brain tumour
and had to travel to Sydney for
She returned to the city for a
follow up appointment in July and
was told no chemotherapy or
radiation was required.
''Kellie is very fortunate that
she went to the doctor when she
did because had she waited any
longer the outcome would have
been much more dramatic,"
Karen Robinson said.
A portion of the funds from the
three-course dinner went towards
the Thurling's medical expenses,
and the remaining funds would
help other Queanbeyan families
in a similar predicament.
Group administration manager
Sue Green said some of the
money had already been used to
help pay for an airfare for a
Queanbeyan child to get to Perth
About 350 people paid $100 a
ticket and enjoyed an evening of
entertainment, food and auctions.
Queanbeyan horse trainer Joe
Cleary was on hand to auction off
sporting memorabilia and a band
entertained the audience.
''It was excellent, it was a good
night,'' Ms Robinson said.
THE anniversary of the proclamation of Queanbeyan
as a settlement will be marked with the cutting of a
Proclamation Day cake on Wednesday, September
28 at 5pm in the foyer of the Queanbeyan Council
When Queanbeyan was proclaimed in 1838 it had a
population of just 40 and has now grown to become
a significant city, with the population estimated to
reach about 70,000 by 2031.
''Residents of Queanbeyan should be proud to live in
a city with such a rich and vibrant history,''
Queanbeyan Mayor Tim Overall said.
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