Boot Scootin Boogie Night raises over $1,000 for WIRES Mid North Coast

The Valley Line Dancers led the way to the dance floor at the Boot Scootin Boogie Night. (L-R) Barbara Veness, Kay Lamberth, Daphne Ward, Tina Birtles from WIRES, Sandra Higgins, Teresa Meehan, Rhonda Johnstone, Barbara McDonald, Alba Sky, Jennie Hicks, Kirsty Bush from WIRES, Lea Hall and Yvonne Graham.

THE Nambucca Bowls Club was the go-to destination on the evening of Saturday 10 February as boot scooters of all ages gathered for a night of dancing and fun, all in support of a good cause.

Known as the Boot Scootin Boogie Night, the event was organised as a fundraiser for WIRES Mid North Coast, drawing a crowd eager to dance while raising funds for the volunteer based wildlife group.

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The evening was a successful collaborative effort between the Nambucca Bowls Club and Woolworths Nambucca Heads.

The wonderful attendance and participation of the Valley Line Dancers ensured the success of the event by leading the way to the dance floor and inspiring others to tackle line dancing for themselves.

Attendees were treated to lively music from the band Coops and the Jungle Birds, ensuring the dance floor remained packed throughout the night.

Local businesses generously contributed raffle prizes, adding to the excitement of the event and providing attendees with the chance to win fantastic prizes while supporting a worthy cause.

The highlight of the night, however, was the collective effort to raise funds for WIRES Mid North Coast, an organisation dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of native wildlife in the region.

Thanks to the enthusiasm and generosity of those in attendance, over $1,000 was raised to support the vital work of WIRES Mid North Coast.

“This event truly showcased the spirit of our community coming together for a common cause,” WIRES Mid North Coast volunteer Kirsty Bush told News Of The Area.

“It was heartwarming to see people of all ages enjoying themselves on the dance floor while also making a meaningful contribution to the work WIRES does to care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.”

The funds raised will significantly help WIRES Mid North Coast continue their important mission of caring for the precious native wildlife of the region.

For those interested in taking up line dancing the Valley Line Dancer’s Rhonda Johnstone holds classes at the Nambucca Uniting Church Hall from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm each Wednesday and at Bowraville in the Grants Hall from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm each Tuesday.


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