Titanic fund raiser will not be sunk

TITANIC: Pam and Alan Brown of Capalaba get ready to ride the Titanic at the Sharks Sporting Club. Mr Brown is honing his skills on morse code ready to send telegrams at the dinner. There is a model of the ship at the Redland museum.
TITANIC: Pam and Alan Brown of Capalaba get ready to ride the Titanic at the Sharks Sporting Club. Mr Brown is honing his skills on morse code ready to send telegrams at the dinner. There is a model of the ship at the Redland museum.

The Titanic is ready to set sail at the Victoria point Sharks Sporting club from 6pm on June 15.

The interactive event is being run by the Redlands branch of Cancer Council Queensland. The evening features a six-course dinner, akin to that on the original Titanic with tickets for first class ($105) and second class ($95). The first class tickets include two raffle tickets.

There will be prizes for best costume which may be what was worn as the boat went down or at the famous dinner.

The Redlands branch of CCQ was the top fund-raising group in Queensland last year with funds raised supporting research, education and support services to those in need. 

MORSE: Alan Brown hones his morse code skills in time for a trip on the Titanic on June 15.

MORSE: Alan Brown hones his morse code skills in time for a trip on the Titanic on June 15.

Bookings are required by June 5. Book with Pam Tranter on 3206 0757 or 0408 550 435 or titanic15june@gmail.com