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Warwick Volunteer Area Committee...
Warwick is a town lying 130 kilometres south-west of Brisbane. It is the administrative centre of the Southern Downs Regional Council. In 2006 the town of Warwick had a population of 12,562 and has clean, crisp country air, a low crime rate and a wide range of community facilities. Warwick is situated on the Condamine River and the Cunningham Highway and the New England Highway pass through the town.
Current Committee Executive:
Chairman - Leesa Zagata
Secretary - Nancy De Prada
Treasurer - Heather Sheriff
Postal Address:
Crime Stoppers Warwick
Volunteer Area Committee
Attention - Secretary
PO Box 700
2nd Thursday of each month at the Warwick RSL
Local Annual Events Attended:
Warwick Show (March/April)
Jumpers and Jazz Market Day (July)
Rodeo Market Day (Last full weekend in October)
Seniors Movie Night
Seniors Week
Easter Fair
Apple and Grape Festival
Seniors Expo
Special Activities Conducted:
Golf Day (March)
Sponsors Breakfast (September)
Shopping Centre Displays
Monday, July 16, 2018

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