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Each year on McHappy Day, Loganholme Blue Light holds a Junior Disco in the car park of McDonalds Loganholme.  All proceeds from this disco are donated to Ronald McDonald House SEQ.  Loganholme Blue Light boosts the donation to make it an even $5000.00.

On the 29th March, A/S/Sgt Greg Holtom (President) and Tanya Flood (Coordinator/Secretary) visited Ronald McDonald House South East Qld to present the cheque on behalf of Loganholme Blue Light.  Loganholme McDonalds owner Caroline Ting and marketing manager Leah Gregory also attended the visit.  Everyone was given a tour of the house so they could see first hand the wonderful work that Ronald McDonald House does.


(above A/S/Sgt Greg Holtom presenting the $5000.00 cheque to Helen Boysen, Executive Officer Ronald McDonald House SEQ.

Loganholme Blue Light supports Ronald McDonald House.

Ronald McDonald House Charities offer a home-away-from-home for the families of seriously ill children who are undergoing medical treatment at nearby hospitals.  Through the Ronald McDonald Learning Program they also provide specially designed lessons, to help children who have missed school through illness to catch up with their education.  Ronald McDonald House Charities receive NO government funding.  There are currently two houses in SEQ, one in Herston (Royal Brisbane Hospital) and one at the Mater (South Brisbane).

From left to right:

Loganholme McDonald owner Caroline Ting, Executive Officer RMH SEQ Helen Boysen, A/S/Sgt Greg Holtom, & Marketing Mananger Leah Gregory.

For further info on 
RMH Charities 
click here Loganholme Blue Light & Holden’s Drive Safe Program

Loganholme Bluelight has been supporting the Holden “Drive Safe” program since 2009, contributing over $80,000.00 in that time.  Loganholme Bluelight believes the program is extremely valuable, and their contribution has allowed approximately 500 students from Chisholm Catholic College to complete the course over the last 5 years.  

The Driving Centre's ‘DriveSafe’ course provides participants with in-depth training in the art of driving a car. The aim of this program is to provide each participant with a solid grounding in safe Driving Technique.

During circuit activities, the driving technique is covered in detail and each participant has practice time to develop and refine their skills.

Technique Training Includes:-

 Driver posture and stability

 General road issues

 Control techniques e.g. steering

 Safety zones

 Information intake

 Controlled relaxation

 Cornering paths

These points are continually reinforced during the program through individual instruction provided by the Centre's trainers.

Each car is allocated a specific skid pan time on the turntable and ABS braking on the centre's wet road facility is then integrated into the balance of the circuit activities.

From left to right:  Stephen Robinson, Senior Constable Tony Fishburn, Daniel Jilesen, Abbey Folmer, Alex Freeman, Peter Derges & Dylan Brent.


From left to right:  Stephen Robinson, Daniel Jilesen, Dylan Brent, Peter Derges, Alex Freeman, Abbie Folmer, S/Const Tony Fishburn

For further information about the Drive Safe Course please go to their website (click link below)

Held at the Logan Hyperdome

(Entry 2, see map right)

7.00 - 10.30pm

Ages 12 to 17 (proof of age required)

For further info phone:  Loganholme Police on 3451 6366


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Loganholme Blue Light Disco.

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