$6000 raised for charity

14 Apr, 2004 11:25 AM

Local charities were the big winners at the Mollymook Coca Cola Charity Skins event on Good Friday with more than $6000 raised.

The first part of the day was taken up with a putting competition to raise money for the Cancer Outpatients Appeal. The generosity of spectators was overwhelming, culminating in over $400 being raised.

With the event being a two person Ambrose, three teams of two were set to do battle.

Samantha Whittle and Eric Couper teamed up to raise money for Independence Ulladulla, while Kim Powell and Graham Beasley were doing their utmost for Motor Neurone Disease and Skye Melouney and James Curtis represented Alkira Lodge.

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In a jam for cancer clinic

17 Mar, 2004 01:39 PM

Five entrepreneurial friends got their heads together and recently came up with an idea for raising much-needed funds for the Milton Ulladulla Cancer Outpatients' Appeal.

David and Meruys Freeman grow organically fertilised plum trees on their property off Wheelbarrow Road and, coupled with Betty White's selling skills and Bette and Bruce Buckingham's jam-making skills, the friends set to work to raise funds.

Betty and David picked the plum trees bare and left them in the capable hands of Bette and Bruce.

 

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Cancer boss supports our clinic appeal

11 Aug, 2004 09:53 AM

Illawarra Area Health director of cancer services Dr Phil Clingan has thrown his support behind the Milton Outpatients Cancer Appeal.

Dr Clingan was one of the guests of honour at a recent appeal celebration dinner where he said he fully supported the community's decision to push for a cancer treatment facility in Milton.

"Any community that works for its own benefit needs to be supported," Dr Clingan said.

"I will do whatever I can to help establish the project."

 

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