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Hit the green for chaplaincy

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IT'S time to dust off those clubs and secure a spot for the Bribie Island State High School Charity Golf Day.

Only weeks away, the June 24 event is filling up quickly with space for only 21 teams.

Funds raised on the day will go to the high school chaplaincy service.

School chaplain Rob Henry was looking forward to the day and encouraged newcomers to give it a shot.

"You don't need to be a pro to participate on the day, first time players are more than welcome," he said.

Mr Henry said the event was a vital fundraiser to ensure the chaplaincy service remained at the high-school full-time.

"We need to raise about $35,000 on top of the money provided by the government," he said.

Those who can't make it can still support the chaplaincy by making a donation. All donations are tax deductible.

The Bribie Island State High School Charity Golf Day will be held on Sunday, June 24, at Bribie Island Golf Club, Woorim.

Cost is $75 per person excluding buggy hire.

Tee off is 10.30am.

Sponsorship of holes is available $500 advertising only, $650 advertising and a team of four, $750 advertising/a team of four and golf buggies.

Secure your spot ASAP.

Phone Rob Henry on 0411223415.

Topics:  chaplain, charity


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