It takes commitment, dedication and hard work from volunteers of clubs and non-profit organizations to raise funds for their cause and that is what members and volunteers of RPP FM radio station did on the weekend.
Giving up their Saturday across the Easter holiday break, all hands were on deck to put together a Sausage Sizzle at Bunnings Warehouse in Mornington.
The dedicated crew who sizzled sausages and helped make the day a success was Noela and Wolf Graf, Kim and Marty Saunders, Ellice Viggers, John Fraser, Tarryn Tracey, Station Manager Brendon Telfer, Rhondda Kniese and her husband Graeme Kniese, Station President.
From the first sizzled ‘snag’ to the last, a big thank you to everyone involved and a great team effort by all RPP FM members and volunteers who offered their time.
The RPP FM team wish to thank the support given by Village Meats, Village Fruits and the Caltex Servo all from Mt Eliza and Woolworths of Mornington.
Thank you and appreciation to Bunnings Warehouse Mornington for proudly supporting the Sizzle.
And thank you to Bunnings customers for their contribution and supporting their local radio station which in turn supports their community.
For all local news, sport, entertainment, music and much more, turn your radio dial to 98.7FM and Frankston 98.3FM or stream us live on rppfm.com.au
Pictured: RPP FM volunteers and one happy customer
Words by Debra Mar