Their business is music, but members of the Women of Note choir turned their hands to the barbecue on Saturday, to provide food for the masses enjoying the Bendigo Easter Festival.
Good Friday was busier than normal for the Rotary stall. The club sold about 30 kilograms of sausages, about 300 hamburgers and about 20 kilograms of chicken products.
Rotary Club of Bendigo South community service director Gary Pinner said the barbecue raised about $3600 on Good Friday alone, about $600 more than normal.
Women of Note members took over the stall from the Rotary Club of Bendigo South for Saturday, as part of their partnership with the Rotary.
Barbecue coordinator (and soprano) Ros Chenery said the choir celebrated its 20th anniversary this year.
As well as singing, the club makes blankets for emergency needs, and has a Relay for Life team.
Throughout the year they'll be raising funds for a Festival of Music, featuring choirs from around Victoria.
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