The St Liborius Vocaltones choir is putting on a show to raise funds for the community Brunch Kitchen.
Each week the kitchen provides a lunch with those eating making a donation according to their available funds.
The backbone behind the kitchen is volunteer Kaye Diss who has been running the show for five years.
“I was in the right spot at the wrong time,” she said.
Joking aside, Kaye explained there were about 35 to 50 regular diners.
“We are ready for any number to show up.”
“There will always be something for them.”
Musical director of the Vocaltones Tania Franks said the choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at the parish hall.
“We run from 7.30pm to 9pm during school terms, and we are a no audition choir,” she said.
“We perform a concert each year to raise funds for ourselves, and this year
we are putting some of that money towards the Brunch Kitchen too.”
Parish priest Father Hoven said the Brunch Kitchen is an important program of the parish.
“The kitchen is a modest way of reaching out to the poor and needy in the community,” he said.
“My deepest thanks go to Kaye and the volunteers, and the choir for supporting the kitchen.”
Songs for Spring is on this Sunday at the St Liborius School Hall from 2pm.
Tickets are $8 per adult and $3 for children. This price includes afternoon tea.