Clarence Valley Independent

Bowls charity day raises funds for Trenayr RFS

(L-R) are president of Men’s Bowling Club, Tony Lickiss; Trenayr Rural Fire Service official, Harold Gibson and secretary of the Women’s Bowling Club, Toni Shorten. Image: contributed.

Trenayr Rural Fire Service are $3000 better off thanks to members of the Grafton District Service women’s & men’s bowling clubs charity day which was held on Saturday January 25. Over 110 bowlers and non-bowlers attend the bowls, followed by a BBQ.  The event was described as a great fun night. The major sponsor was GDSC.

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