Meet the Titans and support local youth

Secretary of the Greyhound Breeders, Owners and Trainers Association, Jon Scholten (left) hands over tickets to Kids in Community committee member Bruce Jones for the groups greyhound racing fundraiser on November 28.

The Kids in Community committee are inviting people to join them for a night of greyhound racing next Tuesday, November 28, where people can also rub shoulders with two players from the Gold Coast Titans.

Its a unique and wonderful opportunity for people to meet these players, have photos taken or simply get an autograph, said committee member, Bruce Jones. These fundraising nights are great fun and very affordable with the entry fee at only $5. Having the Titans players here will certainly make the event very special and we hope to see a good crowd of rugby league fans attending.

The Kids in Community (or KIC) Awards are held annually to raise young peoples profile and reward youth who are making positive differences in the local community.

At the 2006 awards youth workers Wayne and Vera Walker of Kyogle won the Group Supporting Youth Award. Their sons, Michael and Shannon, have recently signed with the Titans and Michael has said he will also attend the fundraiser to support KIC.

The greyhound racing night is being held at the Lismore dog track at Colemans Point, just off Molesworth Street. The racing starts at 6.30pm and food and drinks will be available.

The night features 10 dog races sponsored by local businesses as well as great raffle prizes.

Tickets are available at Greg Jones Hairdressing in the Warina Walk Arcade in Lismore or phone Bruce Jones on 6625 2065.


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