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Chatsworth Hall hosts dance night

DANCE TIME: Chatsworth Hall supporters Yve O’Brien, Lyn Day, Lilian Fyfe, Val Quinn and Nancy Evans are hoping for a big turn out at this weekend’s dinner dance.
DANCE TIME: Chatsworth Hall supporters Yve O’Brien, Lyn Day, Lilian Fyfe, Val Quinn and Nancy Evans are hoping for a big turn out at this weekend’s dinner dance. Craig Warhurst

THE Chatsworth Hall committee will host a dinner and dance Saturday, June 26 to raise money for renovations to the building.

Dancing will be “old time” to the music of Take Three.

Over the past 10 years, the Chatsworth Hall committee has been striving to upgrade the facilities and structure of the hall, with significant improvements and upgrades now completed. However, a lot more needs to be done, and so the fundraising continues.

Stage 3 is essential in the upgrade as it will result in the downstairs area (known as the supper room and kitchen) being reconstructed and brought up to the level of the remainder of the hall, finally making the hall all-accessible.

Ventilation, which has been seriously lacking, and exit doors, previously non-existent, will be introduced, as well as a much improved kitchen facility.

Dances are held at the Chatsworth Hall on the fourth Saturday night of each month, so if you miss out this time mark your calendar for another night.

Entry is $25 per person, with tickets to be pre-purchased by tomorrow (June 18). Those wishing to come for dancing only can pay $10 at the door.

A multi-draw raffle as well as lucky door prizes will be offered on the night and a buffet dinner will be served at 6.30pm, with dancing commencing at 8pm.

Supper will be served at 10pm. Doors open from 6pm. Tickets can be purchased from Lisa at the Scrap booking Shop in the old CWA building in Young Street, Gympie.

If you have any inquiries please phone Lyn on 5483 1126, Nancy on 5483 1273 or Julie on 5481 2224.

Gympie Times


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