Rock ‘n’ Roll for a good cause
Tin Can Bay is set to Rock 'n' Roll this Saturday, October 10 at the Tin Can Bay RSL in support of Queenslanders affected by cancer.
Event organiser Dawn Austin said guests will be treated to a vintage car display from 4pm and live music at 6pm. "Cancer is a disease that has touched the lives of almost everyone," Ms Austin said.
"There will raffles and a $5 entry free to raise funds for Queenslanders impacted by cancer."
What: Rock 'n' Roll Dance.
When: Saturday, October 10. Vintage cars on display from 4pm. Rock 'n' Roll Dance from 6pm.
Where: Tin Can Bay RSL, 45 Gympie Road, Tin Can Bay.
Contact: Dawn and Mike Austin, P: 0407 595 030.
The event supports Cancer Council Queensland's Do It For Cancer campaign, calling on Queenslanders to race, cook, sell, shave, gift, quit, work or do anything to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Cancer Council Queensland Regional Fundraising Coordinator Esther Attewell said the Rock 'n' Roll Dance raised funds for Cancer Council Queensland's vital work in research, support services, prevention and early detection programs
"This event is a great opportunity for the community to come together for a fun night out, and show their support for Queenslanders impacted by cancer," Ms Attewell said
. To find out more or register for Do It For Cancer, visit www.doitforcancer.com.au. Cancer Council Queensland is an independent, community-based charity, the achievements of which are made possible by the generosity of Queenslanders.
For more about Cancer Council Queensland, visit www.cancerqld.org.au or call Cancer Council's 13 11 20 for information or support.