Call out for Clermont to support Small Town Culture

ESKI'S, snags, bread and a barbecue have all been donated by Clermont locals getting behind the their community's shot at the big time.

Golden Guitar winner Josh Arnold has been busy seeking out local talent from around town to participate in the song and video after Clermont came runner up in the Small Town Culture competition earlier this year.

With filming of the scene due to take place tomorrow at the lagoon on Drummond St, longterm local Debbie Byrne put the call out on social media for support in hosting a barbecue and keep locals fed and their thirst quenced during filming.

"We just want them (locals) to bring a chair or blanket and everyone turn up," she said.

"There will be food and drinks available for purchase, we have not worked out yet where the money is going to go but most is being donated."

Thanks to local businesses and residents getting on board, near everything is in order now for the big song and dance tomorrow, but with items such as tongs and firewood still required, Debbie said if anyone else can lend a hand please do not hesitate.

Offer your support on Debbie's thread on either the Growing up in Clermont Facebook page, or the Clermont Community Group.

All locals are welcome and encouraged to get in front of the camera tomorrow from 3.30-7.30pm.


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