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Kick up your heels at RFBI Kurri Kurri Masonic Village and support our farmers

Alana Parker 22 Aug 2018

As part of RFBI’s activities to support farmers in their local communities, RFBI Kurri Kurri Masonic Village is holding a ‘Buy a Bale Barn Dance’ on Wednesday 5 September from 10am and all are invited to come along.

Photo: Residents and Staff on the ‘Buy a Bale Barn Dance’ organisational committee

Residents of RFBI Kurri Kurri Masonic Village have been particularly moved by the difficulties farmers in their area are facing and together with staff, are collecting donations of food and money to give to local farmers. On Wednesday 5 September they will also be holding a ‘Buy a Bale Barn Dance’ to raise money for the Rural Aid’s ‘Buy a Bale’ campaign.

“At our Residents and Representatives meeting in August, our residents said they wanted to do something to help farmers in our area” commented Pam Badior, General Manager, RFBI Kurri Kurri Masonic Village.

“They came up with a plan to collect donations of tinned food and to hold a Barn Dance fundraiser to raise money for their local farmers.”

“The Buy a Bale Barn Dance is shaping up to be a fantastic event and we are all looking forward to it.”

To find out more about RFBI Kurri Kurri Masonic Village’s ‘Buy a Bale Barn Dance’, or to make a donation, please contact the Village on 02 4937 0000.

 

On Wednesday 22 August, RFBI presented Tracy Alder, Co-Founder of Rural Aid Australia with a cheque for $100,000.

“RFBI has been helping people in need for 138 years and I hope our donation will take a bit of the load off farmers in our communities and remind them of the support they have around them.” said David Adams, RFBI Chairman.

The ceremony was held at RFBI Dubbo Masonic Village, in front of residents, families and staff.