DROUGHT PROOF: Senator Fraser Anning will be in St George this week.
DROUGHT PROOF: Senator Fraser Anning will be in St George this week. KENJI WARDENCLYFFE

Five things to do this week

1. Catch up with the councillors

RESIDENTS and community groups in Thallon and Mungindi will have the chance to catch up and have a informal chat with councillors and key council staff this Thursday at the Francis Hotel.

WHERE:

The Francis Hotel

WHEN:

Thursday, March 7, 5pm onwards

2. Drought proofing Qld

COME down and have your voice heard as Senator Fraser Anning discusses the investment in Queensland and Australia's future through developing the Bradfield, diverting the Walsh, Tate, Einasleigh and Gilbert Rivers to Richmond and finally extending the Burdekin Dam wall.

There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and discuss local issues.

WHERE:

20 Henry St, St George

WHEN:

Friday, March 8, 1.30pm

3. Metal workshop with Dion Cross

THALLON Progress Association with RADF funding is running a Dion Cross Metal workshop this weekend.

The workshop will run over Saturday and Sunday at the Thallon Recreational Grounds.

WHERE:

Thallon Recreational Grounds

WHEN:

Saturday and Sunday, 8am-3pm

4. Mixed touch

MAKE some new friends by joining in the mixed social touch football season.

The season starts this Monday from 6pm onwards at Rowden Park.

Games cost $20 per session or $2 per game.

More info can be collected from St George Aboriginal Housing.

WHERE:

Rowden Park

WHEN:

Monday, March 11, 6pm

5. QCWA meeting

GET involved in projects, campaign on issues or become part of an interest group, the Thallon-Daymar QCWA Branch offers a diverse range of opportunities.

The monthly agenda will be laid out at the meeting.

WHERE:

47 William St, Thallon

WHEN:

Wednesday, March 13, 10am

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