With much of Logan having the week from hell post the major storms and tornado, Cr Scott Bannan has been working with his connections to set up a day of relief for those needing some help.

Starting at 10am till 2pm tomorrow, Friday 29 December, free clothes washing, drying and showers will be available for the community at Jimboomba Park (Cnr South Street & Mt Lindesay Highway, Jimboomba).

Following on from that, at 4:30pm at Jimboomba Park near the skate park, Cr Bannan has arranged a free BBQ with meat, salad, and drinks for a good feed for the community.

“The amazing crew from Community Bank Logan Village have donated all the food, the Logan Village Lions crew will be doing the cooking for us with some Rotary people,” said Cr Scott Bannan.

“We will also have some state government representatives down here with computers, so they will be able to get you set up on how to do the grants and answer any questions you have about that from the state.

“Linus Power MP and Jon Krause MP will be here, so there are plenty of guys to give you a hand.”

Jimboomba Park
Jimboomba Park

Cr Bannan said that the best way to keep up to date with what is happening is to follow his page as he will continue to put updates of times and what is happening.

“Come down, have a breather as it’s been a really shitty week so let us put a feed on for you, we have help from staff, so I hope you can you can all come down,” said Cr Bannan.

Community Bank Logan Village were keen to help and reached out to Cr Bannan to see how they could assist the community.

“Supporting the community where we can at this hard time,” said a representative from the Bendigo.

“Head down to Jimboomba skate park from 4.30pm tomorrow afternoon for a free feed and just connecting with each other.

“We reached out to Scott Bannan Division 9 and Logan Village Lions Club to see how we can help and so many have joined together to make it happen.

“Hope to see you there tomorrow afternoon.”

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