Still seats left for Alzheimer’s Queensland benefit

An Alzheimer’s Awareness dinner will be held at the Outlook Cafe.
An Alzheimer’s Awareness dinner will be held at the Outlook Cafe. Contributed

BARBARA Conway is holding an Alzheimer's Awareness dinner with the help of Outlook Cafe owner Bill Fawzi with a host of people she has met since coming to Gladstone.

There are a few seats left for the benefit, $50 a ticket with all proceeds going to the Alzheimer's Queensland.

The event will start at 5pm on Saturday at the Outlook Cafe and run until 9pm.

Find out more on the Facebook page Alzheimer's QLD Dinner.

Topics:  alzheimers, gladstone, whatson

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