Where to get your sausage in Warwick tomorrow

Nobody will go hungry when voting at Warwick East State School tomorrow.
Nobody will go hungry when voting at Warwick East State School tomorrow. joegolby

IN OTHER parts of the state, it is the most important thing about heading to the polls.

In Warwick, just one venue will host the traditional sausage sizzle as residents head to the booths, with funds going to a very good cause.

Warwick East State School will do the Rose City proud when the smell of sausages and onions takes over their site tomorrow.

Warwick East P and C president Mick Murdoch said the school was hosting a number of fundraisers for the election.

"We will have a sausage sizzle with onions, drinks and coffee available from 8am to 2pm,” Mr Murdoch said.

"There will also be succulent plants for sale, crafts and stocking fillers for very reasonable prices as well.

"We will have two raffles available for people to purchase tickets in as well.

"The first one is for the chance to win one of three hampers, the second is a 50/50 raffle, with both to be drawn on December 7.”

Mr Murdoch said funds raised from the day will go to a very worthy cause.

"Proceeds from today will go towards swimming lessons for all students,” he said.

"An increasing amount are opting out due to the cost, which is why this is so important.

"Volunteers, parents and staff have all really come along and supplied huge assistance throughout the year.”

This year every student in the school received free lessons due to funds raised by the P and C.

To grab your own sausage sizzle tomrrow, head to the Warwick East State School at 45 Fitzroy St between 8am-2pm.

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