THE Home Hill Community Sports Club has been celebrating a very successful July, as they hosted The Lindsay Butler Show and Dinner at the Club, as well as taking possession of $2500 worth of Gym equipment, which will be a welcome addition for those taking part in the Low Impact Club’s weekly activities.
A crowd of about 50 Country and Western supporters enjoyed the Dinner and the associated entertainment provided by Australia’s “First Lady of Song”, Shaza Leigh and “The Master of Country Guitar”, Lindsay Butler, along with Queensland’s own Bush Balladeer, Ashley Cook and the Queen of the Country Piano, Peggy Gilchrist – members of the Butler Showband.
The visiting show was featured at the Community Sports Club on Friday, July 21 with those patrons attending taking advantage of having first-class entertainment appear at a Home Hill venue.
The Community Sports Club has also been successful in obtaining a $2500 Grant from the State Department of Sport and Recreation to cover the cost of the new Gym equipment, which was delivered recently.
With the club hosting the Low Impact Club on Monday mornings from 9am to 11am, those attending will now be able to increase their activities using the new equipment.
The classes are open to anyone right up to the more mature age group.
Local residents interested in taking part should phone the club on 0468 313 115 or the Club President, Trevor Elton (0478 642 515).
Other activities at the club include:
- Trimmers on Tuesdays
- Arts and Crafts on Wednesday
- Bingo starts on September 28
- Bowls competitions are on Thursday (Mixed competition) at 1pm
- Mixed social from 5.30pm on Thursdays
- Mixed competition is from 1pm on Sundays