One of the most successful community-driven projects, Beach to Beach Riverwalk, invites you to catch some Olympic fever at their first annual ball.
The internationally-themed fundraising event will be held on August 6 at the Laurieton United Services Club. Dress yourself and your table in the theme of a country represented at the summer Olympics.
There will be plenty of fun and entertainment with live music by Crescent Head band Offshore, a charity auction, $1,000 travel voucher lucky door prize, champagne on arrival and a delicious two-course meal.
Special guest, musician and composer William Barton, will play at the ball.
William is widely recognised as one of Australia's leading didgeridoo players and composers, and is a powerful advocate for the wider perception of his cultural traditions.
Tickets are now on sale at the Laurieton United Services Club. Cost is $55 per person and the evening kicks off at 6.30pm.
Over the past two years the Beach to Beach fundraising team have raised in excess of $350,000 thanks to community donations and successful grant applications.
Volunteers have paved almost one kilometre of concrete for the walking/cycle path which will eventually stretch from Pilot Beach Dunbogan to North Haven Beach.
“The Beach to Beach Riverwalk is a community-uniting project that is proving a wonderful success with widespread community support and enthusiasm,” said group spokesperson Mary Laing.
Beach to Beach was awarded the 2016 Australia Day Community Group of the Year.
“B2B still has a long way to go and we are working hard to raise funds to complete the future sections of pathway,” said Mary. “The ball will be a fantastic event, our primary fundraiser for the year.”
If you require any further information please contact Mary Laing on 0402 659 449 or email email@example.com. Keep in touch with the latest happenings and share your photos via the Beach to Beach Riverwalk Facebook page.