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North Queensland Toyota Cowboys Brent Tate and Cameron King will dress in their finest suits and enjoy a night of fundraising in Mackay this Saturday night.

The charity gala dinner – to be held at the Mackay Turf Club and supported by Ray White Mackay, Mackay Beaches & Moranbah – will raise funds in major support of the Cowboys Community Fund for its second year in a row.

Bow Ties & Ball Gowns for Bowie (David Bow) will include a three-course meal, live entertainment and the chance to catch up with the two Cowboys, plus various auctions throughout the night which include a signed Queensland State of Origin jersey donated by Johnathan Thurston and a signed 2014 North Queensland Cowboys jersey.

All funds will remain in the Mackay and Moranbah communities.

Tate and King will also be joining the Cutters at their home game on Saturday afternoon for a meet and greet before the gala event. 

You can catch them at Stadium Mackay between 4pm and 5pm on Saturday.

“This is our third year hosting the charity gala and we couldn’t be more excited,” Tara Smyth, director of Ray White Mackay, said.

“It's heartwarming seeing where the money ends up and that’s what keeps us helping our community.”

The Cowboys Community Fund, supported by Coca-Cola Amatil, is in its tenth year and since its inception has granted in excess of $150,000 to worthy North Queensland applicants. 

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