GOOD TIMES: Lyndall Boswood and Chris Ashton were two of many who attended the Rockhampton and District Benefit Association May Morning Tea at the Frenchville Sports Club.
GOOD TIMES: Lyndall Boswood and Chris Ashton were two of many who attended the Rockhampton and District Benefit Association May Morning Tea at the Frenchville Sports Club. Contributed.

Charity morning tea raises $2100

ROCKHAMPTON and District Benefit Association's May morning tea at the Frenchville Sports Club was was a great success.

The event was filled with lots of laughter and ended up raising a phenomenal $2100 for the Capricorn Helicopter Rescue.

The next morning tea shall be on Tuesday, June 13 and will be at the Shearing Shed, Heritage Village.

Bookings can be made by phoning Melody on 49282659 by Thursday, June 8.

The colour theme is black and white and a special prize for the most glamorous hat.

Funds raised shall be donated to the school chaplaincy.

Everyone is very welcome and can be assured of a good time.

The children from the Parkhurst School Choir shall be entertaining.



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