FUN FUNDRAISER: Outrigger Whitsunday members Mark Bell and Renee Martin are getting ready for the Mystery Tour Dinner fundraiser.
FUN FUNDRAISER: Outrigger Whitsunday members Mark Bell and Renee Martin are getting ready for the Mystery Tour Dinner fundraiser.

Mystery dinner tour to support outriggers

MYSTERY EVENT: Michelle Lynes with a poster promoting the Mystery Tour Dinner this Saturday, January 17. All proceeds will go towards Outrigger Whitsunday and National Sprints Paddlers.

ARE you looking for something different to do this Saturday night?

Outrigger Whitsunday is organising a mystery dinner tour starting at 5pm.

For $40, guests can be picked up at any of the bus stops along Shute Harbour Road between Whitsunday Plaza (formerly Centro) and Airlie Cove. They will be taken to three locations - the first for nibbles, the second for an entree and the third for a main meal. The event aims to be fun and help support the local outrigger club.

Some of the funds raised will go towards sending local paddlers to the national sprint championships on the Sunshine Coast at the end of the month.

Outrigger Whitsunday president Renee Martin said this was organised as something fun and different which would support the club and the paddlers who had been training for months for the national titles.

"I have never heard of a mystery progressive dinner organised locally before," she said.

"It should be fun and we appreciate the support of local businesses in helping to make it happen." If you want to attend, call Renee to confirm your seat on the bus and pick-up spot.

MYSTERY TOUR

What: Outrigger Whitsunday event

When: Saturday, January 17

Time: 5pm

Tickets: Call Renee Martin on 0412 448 805 to secure tickets by 5pm tomorrow (Friday, January 16)


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