Maleny to lend a hand to our Aussie Farmers

Aussie Helpers has become a well-recognised community organisation among many Australian households within the past months through their kind acts of delivering hay bales to our drought-stricken farmers.

After tremendous amounts of media coverage and community support, the word has spread about the good deeds this organisation is doing for our Country communities.

It was after watching these televised programs about the organisation that Maleny Next Gen decided to host an event highlighting the importance of our Australian farmers and supporting their efforts.

Saturday the 10th of May marks ‘A Country Hoedown’, a family friendly event at the Witta Recreational Club starting from 5pm.    

Beerwah musician Paul McKenna will be entertaining the crowd with his popular country/pub rock acoustics while local identity Ernie Ferriday will be cooking his famous spit roast.

The event has already had great support from the community, including David Lowden Tree Services, Colin James Fine Foods, Maleny Town and Country Supplies and the Maleny Apex Club.

Maleny Next Gen President Miss Felicity Grigor, has been impressed with the amount of support to date and intends for the night to go off like a bang.

“There is no reason for locals in and around the Hinterland to not come and support such a fantastic organisation that aims to assist our Australian Farmers who are the back bones of our Nation.

“It will be a fantastic night that endeavours to unite the community of the Hinterland, and I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the event”, said Miss Grigor.

Entry at the gate will be $10, which will be going directly to the Aussie Helpers Organisation.

For further in formation contact Felicity Grigor on mobile: 0437 966 589.