Visiting the Endeavour Foundation Biscuit Factory

Hair nets were donned by our members attending the Kingaroy Chairman's muster on their visit to the Endeavour Foundation Biscuit Factory.

Members were shown the processes involved in making their biscuits.  Jam drops was the flavour of the day.  Coleslaw is also made at the factory.  Products of jams, slices, cakes, chutneys, relishes) are shipped across mostof Queensland and into other States.  They are also sold to supply long distance trains.  

First Timer’s Morning Tea

First up today at our Kingaroy Chairman’s muster was a First Timer’s Morning Tea for our members attending their first Chairman’s muster.  This was well attended and it was a great social morning and enjoyed by all who went.  Our Chairman Craig certainly gave everyone a big welcome.

Our Kingaroy Chairman’s Muster Now in Full Swing

Our Kingaroy Chairman’s Muster is now in full swing with 200 of our Club members now settled into the Kingaroy Showgrounds.

Our Chairman Craig and Membership Support Director Graham welcomed South Burnett Regional Council Mayor Cr Keith Campbell to Happy Hour on Friday.  Addressing our members at Happy Hour, Cr Campbell thanked our Club for choosing Kingaroy and the South Burnett region for the muster.  The Council and local chamber of commerce are really appreciating our business.

We are thankful to the Council for donating a raffle prize of one week’s stay in a cabin at Lake Boondooma or Yallakool Caravan Parks.  We will be donating all raffle prize money from the muster to Lifeflight.