Bendigo Bank is closer to a reality

ON ITS WAY: Toogoolawah Ambulance station officer Tanya King ready to sign up for Bendigo Bank.
ON ITS WAY: Toogoolawah Ambulance station officer Tanya King ready to sign up for Bendigo Bank. Contributed

THE Toogoolawah Bendigo Bank Steering Committee remained busy recently, in the final days until the deadline for pledges.

With a ‘steady stream’ of people asking for information and forms from the volunteers manning the Bendigo Bank stall at the last Toogoolawah Markets, steering committee chairman Bill Roughan said the number of people making pledges continued to increase ‘rapidly’ and some new signage reporting on progress was planned.

Community groups in Toogoolawah are invited to attend a presentation to be held at 9.30am in the conference room at Brisbane Valley Vets in Cairnscroft Street, Toogoolawah on Tuesday, June 28.

“This is a very important meeting for these groups so critical to the support of the local community and previously reliant on the ANZ,” Mr Roughan said.

He said any group which has the relevant paperwork ready and with them that day, there will be time set aside for setting up accounts on a one to one basis.

“If you are unable to attend but your group is keen to get more involved then please contact the local Bendigo Bank Agency on 54232969 and they will be happy to assist or you can call Michael Doherty on 54261208 and arrange to meet with him to discuss your group’s specific banking needs.”

Topics:  toogoolawah

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