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Open house for a good cause

ARTISTIC FLAIR: Vikki Jimenez and Mark Degoumois in his backyard at Nanango. Photo: Louise Cheer / South Burnett Times
ARTISTIC FLAIR: Vikki Jimenez and Mark Degoumois in his backyard at Nanango. Photo: Louise Cheer / South Burnett Times Louise Cheer

A NANANGO man is opening up his house for a good cause. 

Mark Degoumois, who lives at 22 Alfred St at Nanango, has set up a bar right in his own backyard.

And come tomorrow he will hold an open house event to raise money for Salvation Army South Burnett.

For a gold coin donation people can view murals by Kingaroy artist Vikki Jimenez and experience the atmosphere of Mr Degoumois' backyard bar while enjoying a sausage, soft drink, or a cup of tea or coffee.

The day kicks off at 8am and goes until 4pm, and people are welcome to join Mr Degoumois and Jimenez for breakfast or lunch.

South Burnett

Topics:  art, fundraiser, nanango, salvation army




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