TRANSCARE is gearing up for one of its most popular events next month, the Annual Barefoot Bowls Night.
The not-for-profit community organisation will keep the tradition of a fun night at the Scone Bowling Club alive on Thursday, October 24.
"We know the community loves this event and we have a great time hosting it," TransCare promotions officer Jemma Anshaw said.
"There will be a few changes in 2019, the main one being that we are partnering with long-time supporters the Lions Club of Scone.
"Proceeds from the event will be split with the local Farmers Drought Relief Fund that is dedicated to giving support to the families in our area who are struggling as the dry weather continues.
"Businesses will also be able to contribute towards the fundraising total by being event sponsors, or by donating to the raffle and auction."
Ms Anshaw said the fun of a game of bowls would always be the focus.
"I hope we can match up a few of our rival teams from last year and get them out for a rematch as well as adding a few new squads to the fold," she added.
Businesses - from Murrurundi, Scone, Aberdeen, Muswellbrook and Denman - who are interested in sponsoring the Annual Barefoot Bowls Night are encouraged to get in touch with Jemma Anshaw at TransCare on 6545 3113 or via email@example.com