The 2017 Ladies in League Charity function once again wowed the ladies in the junior league community and beyond. With the quality of guest speakers including Australia & Queensland NRL Representative Darius Boyd and former NRL Community Welfare Office Jason Fiddes, the event was ever informative about looking after your mental health. As always the entertainment was an absolute blast with global illusionist Matt Hollywood performing a tricks and magic and the hilarious comedian Bev Killick filling the event with tears of laughter and aching cheekbones. With an abundance of raffle prizes the tickets were again a sell-out. Couple raffles with the successful Auctions on the day the total amount raised was $13,800.00. Congratulations to the team at Ladies in League, all the sponsors and supporters. We are proud to be associated.
Get involved in Group 18 Ladies In League 2018. We are looking for sponsors and raffle donations please contact Amanda Patterson on 0488 058 078
I love living in Tweed Heads. Right on the boarder of New South Wales and Queensland; I reap the benefits of both worlds.
While I live close to Brisbane, I’m also only a stones throw from Coolangatta and not far from the centre of the Gold Coast.
Tweed Heads has the seaside towns and the hinterland of Northern NSW right on its doorstep, and is only a short drive to escape into a myriad of these top tourist destinations.
Framed by a sweeping mountain range, the nearby coastal towns such as Kingscliff, Casurina and Cabarita are growing rapidly, yet they are still maintaining their individual charm and beauty.
In Tweed Heads there are many ways occupy your days and weekends, especially if you are raising a family and love healthy and sustainable living. The beaches are world class and it truly is a place where nature is at it’s finest.
A friend said to me the other day, ‘you know, I get disappointed when I go on holidays because the places I go aren’t as beautiful as where I live’. ‘First world problem’ I replied, ‘and one not so bad to have’.
Yep, if there is one thing to be said, if you live on the Tweed, you are lucky. That’s for sure.