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Long Lunch raises funds

Wow! Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our Long Lunch Fundraiser at Pause on 30 April. We are awaiting the final count but it looks like we hit the $5,000 mark which is incredible! This includes ticket sales, raffle tickets and cash donations made on the day.

All of the money raised goes directly to Samford Riding for the Disabled to help us maintain our herd of special horses and centre, and ensures that we can continue to provide riding and horsemanship lessons to disabled children and adults.

A huge thank you to the team at Pause for their phenomenal service and delicious food. Everyone we spoke to had an amazing experience yesterday. Luca, Greg, Chef Rino and the kitchen and wait staff looked after the finest details and we are so lucky to have a restaurant of this calibre in our community.

A huge thank you to the businesses, organisations and individuals who donated to our raffles: Peter Dutton Nikki Boyd MP Darren Grimwade Councillor Cath Tonks @AliFranceforDickson The Famous Samford Patisserie & Cafe BWS Dan Murphy's Studio Pilates Keperra Country Golf Club Bunnings Warehouse Australia Mooey's Samford QPAC's Community Support Program and the Morgan family of Clear Mountain. Your donation really made a difference and we appreciate your support.

To everyone who attended- thank you for your delightful company and generosity. We hope you had an absolutely fabulous day.

If you have any pictures to share, please post them in the comments below. We are thinking of making the Long Lunch Fundraiser an annual event so let us know what you think of that idea!

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