Swinging 60s: The K-Dels will reunite for a special fundraiser for cancer.
Swinging 60s: The K-Dels will reunite for a special fundraiser for cancer.

K-Dels tune up for cancer funds

THE Rose City will transform to the swinging 60s when the K-Dels reunite to raise funds for the Challenge for Cancer entrant Deanna Schmidt.

Cancer Council Warwick branch member Andy Wilson said Warwick’s very own band will feature Lionel Baguley, Graham White, Bruce Fanning, Bill Taylor, Keith Less, Billy Jake and the popular Peter Tanna.

“The band has regrouped a couple of times this year and played to packed houses at the RSL, and they say they have improved with age,” Mr Wilson said.

The night is being organised by the Warwick Lions Club in support of Mrs Schmidt’s challenge raising money for the Cancer Council.

Mr Wilson said there was a limited number of 300 tickets available and it is advisable to get in early and purchase tickets at the RSL reception.

The theme of the night will be daffodils as the month ofAugust is regarded as one of the biggest fundraisers for the Cancer Council Queensland Daffodil Day.

There will be a variety of dancing, with Rock ’n’ Roll, Lucky Spot Chocolate Waltz and Jive Competitions, plus a few raffles and lucky door prize.

“With the advent of mini skirts the guys and gals of the day were brilliant in the Rock and Roll competitions throughout the Warwick district dance halls, so we should see some of the greats back in action at the Kings Building,” Mr Wilson said.

The cost of the night on Saturday August 14 is only $35 which includes a smorgasbord dinner and doors will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.



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