Elmore Swimming Pool is offering free admission on Sunday to celebrate Australia Day but needs a volunteer to run its kiosk.ELAINE COONEY January 24, 2014 12:35pm
Elmore Swimming Pool is offering free admission on Sunday to celebrate Australia Day.
Pool committee president Matt Henke said the group urgently needed a volunteer to run the kiosk for the day.
He will be volunteering his time assisting the lifeguard on the day.
Mr Henke expects the pool will be busy so does not want to leave the poolside to attend the kiosk.
The pool will be open from 2pm to 7pm.
The Elmore Swimming pool is community-led and all profits go towards the running of the pool.
If anyone wants to put the hand up, please call secretary Bec Rumler on 0409 238 664.
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