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February 13, 2018

More than 200 volunteers in Tatura helped make International Dairy Week a success.

Thanks to all

To all the 200-plus volunteers who assisted with 2018 International Dairy Week, the Tatura Football Netball Club and the IDW sub-committee would like to thank you all very much.

It was heartening to see many new volunteers join our ranks and hopefully you enjoyed the experience well enough to come back next year.

The volunteers worked in many areas and took on a great number of roles that included:

■preparation of sandwiches and rolls;

■cooking and serving breakfasts at Wilson Hall;

■preparing, cooking and serving hot and cold food during the day at Wilson Hall;

■preparing and serving for special functions;

■preparing, cooking and serving breakfasts, lunches, and evening meals at Ballantyne Centre;

■bar service;

■gatekeeping;

■logistical support before, during and after the event;

■workforce co-ordination and rostering;

■preparing and maintaining floats, invoicing and banking; and

■cleaning stalls and grounds.

As many of our volunteers have been assisting over a large number of years and are getting a little tired, I would like to encourage any new members of the Tatura community to get involved. It is a great way to meet many local and interesting people from around the town.

If you can assist in any of the areas mentioned above phone me on 0408335284 to get involved in Tatura’s biggest event of the year.

— Daryl Eaton, TFNC IDW co-ordinator

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