FUNDRAISING FM: Radio station Rhema FM launches into fundraising mode with the help of president and program director Paul Ordi
FUNDRAISING FM: Radio station Rhema FM launches into fundraising mode with the help of president and program director Paul Ordi

Rhema?s bid to connect with Valley community

By EMMA CORNFORD

IF IT has been too long since you were in a sack race or a talent quest, this weekend is your chance.

Rhema FM will hold a 'Family Fun Day' fundraiser on Saturday at the Alumy Creek Reserve, featuring a day of activities including a treasure hunt, celebrity auction with local identities going under the hammer ? complete with their own picnic lunch ? and a star quest competition.

Station president Paul Ordish said the day was about raising money and helping connect with the community.

"We've had activities before but nothing quite as big as this (and) we're hoping for as many people as possible," Mr Ordish said. "It will be great just seeing lots of people out there enjoying themselves."

The day will run from 9am4pm, with the celebrity auction at 11.30am, star quest competition from 2pm and activities and food all day.



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