Show could not go on without a little help from our friends
FOLLOWING on from the recent National Volunteers Week, Sunshine Coast Council's Nambour Civic Centre is celebrating its loyal volunteers, as well as encouraging those in the community to get on board.
Nambour Civic Centre boasts an array of quality entertainment right in the heart of Nambour.
The team has achieved great success this year delivering great entertainment including the recent Vance Joy concert and the Queensland Theatre Company's stage production of Boston Marriage. It will soon welcome Aussie music icons Glenn Shorrock and Brian Cadd to the stage.
These shows, however, would not go on without the help of Nambour Civic Centre's volunteers who dedicate their time and passion to ensuring audiences have a fun and welcoming experience when visiting the venue.
Two such volunteers are Kendall and Yokki, aged 73, who have been volunteering with the Nambour Civic Centre for the past 12 months. They said volunteering offered the opportunity to learn new skills, meet and greet people from all walks of life, see a variety of shows and be part of the friendly and dynamic team at the Nambour Civic Centre.
The couple volunteers at five other organisations, including Refugee Support Groups, Woodford Folk Festival, Wilvos, and Fraser Island Lighthouse.
If you are interested in volunteering at the Nambour Civic Centre, phone 5475 7777 or visit www.scvenuesandevents.com.au.