Fire Ravaged Dunedoo says Thank You to the Tea Gardens/Hawks Nest Community FEATURED Tea Gardens, Hawks Nest by News Of The Area - Modern Media - June 21, 2017 DUNEDOO FUNDRAISER: Warren Bull, Sue Stoddart and Pip Sullivan. FIRE ravaged Dunedoo has sent out a special thankyou to the Tea Gardens/Hawks Nest Community for its ongoing support following February’s devastating Sir Ivan blaze. Modern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more efficient way to advertise. Reach a HUGE audience for a LOW price TODAY! Call us on 02 4983 2134. Or firstname.lastname@example.org Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE The Dunedoo Branch of the Country Women’s Association said, “Your generosity and support has been greatly appreciated and will always be remembered.” “$5,100 has been raised in this area so far and there is still one more raffle to be finalised,” Fundraising organiser, Pip Sullivan told News Of The Area. “This is an outstanding amount and will go to provide fencing materials to Blazeaid to help with rebuilding.” Pip said, “This would not have been possible without the assistance of The Tea Gardens Country Club, Bowling Club, Golf Club and their members in their willingness to help raise the funds.” The Dunedoo CWA would also like thank the businesses for their donations for prizes for the raffles. The Tea Gardens Country Club, The Tea Gardens Hotel Motel, Mantra Aqua, Nelson Bay, Lazy Paddles Guided Tours and Kayak Hire, Hawks Nest Golf Club, the Hawks Nest Veterans Golfers, Cole Bros Oysters Karuah, Queens Kitchen, Tea Gardens Bowling Club, Tillermans Cafe and Restaurant, The BoatShed Restaurant, Mumm’s On the Myall, The Tea Gardens Fish Co-Op and Hawks Nest Newsagency. Six thousand kilometres of fencing was lost in the Sir Ivan bushfires in February along with 35 homes and an estimated 5,000 head of livestock. Volunteers with Blazeaid, who are helping with the massive job of re-fencing the region, are expected to remain in the region until Christmas. By Margie TIERNEY DUNEDOO: Livestock moving to greener pastures.