Uki School sings for Red Cross

THE annual Zone 1 Red Cross Conference was held in Uki Village Hall on August 18.

It was attended by 60 members from all local Branches. Guests were Marie Ivos, Thomas George MP, who officially opened the Conference; Mr Lewis Kaplan, Executive Director NSW New Directions who told of changes being made in Red Cross and Tweed deputy mayor Barry Longland. Entertainment included Uki Primary School pupils with their band, songs and verse. Years 2, 3 and 4 children from Stokers Siding School made 60 book marks for all who attended. Thanks to Miss Lilly Carroll from Stokers Primary.

Mr Martin O'Brien, a bush poet, told some great tales. There were lots of competition prizes won, also lucky door tickets.

Lunch was cooked by local members. Thank you to all who helped and donated prizes.



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