Clubs in Arms host country fundraisers for the farmers
Country Music Concert, Ladies Night Hoedown & $6K Country Bingo events across October!
The CSC Group’s Clubs in Arms initiative is hosting three charity fundraisers in support of the farmers with proceeds being donated to Lifeline Darling Downs.
North Lakes Sports Club is set to kick off the fundraising efforts with their Country Music Concert headlining Australian Idol Runner-up Luke Dickens. The dinner and show includes country music artists of the likes of Taila Gouge, Brooke Schubert and the Brenden Schick Duo.
Tickets for the October 6th concert start from $55.00 per person and include a $20 donation to the drought relief charity and free entry is available from 6pm.
Caboolture Sports Club will feature a Smirnoff Ladies Night Hoedown and bucking bull to carry on the fundraising efforts.
“The free event is sure to be a hit with locals dressing up for the best-dressed competition all for a great cause”, said Kelvin Patch, CSC Group CEO.
“All raffle tickets sold, proceeds from the bucking bull, and bar sales will go straight into the Clubs in Arms fundraising amount.”
Centenary Lakes Sports Club has also joined in, with the $6K Country Bingo on Sunday 28th October.
With many members enjoying a regular bingo game, the $6K Country Bingo has the farmer’s interests at heart.
Books start from $60 and eyes down is from 6.30pm for the fundraising session. The CSC Group is proud to support an industry so vital to the Australian public and local community.
For more details about each Clubs in Arms drought relief event visit the Caboolture Sports Club or North Lakes Sports Club websites.
For more information or to make a booking visit www.cabsports.com.au or call (07) 5497 9711.