Tilligerry Auto Club $13,000 handed to a representative of the John Hunter Children’s Hospital

Handover: Kiera Wray accepting the cheque from auto club president Ian Jones.


CLUB Lemon Tree was the venue for the annual dinner of the Tilligerry Auto Club which saw a cheque for $13 000 handed over to a representative of the John Hunter Children’s Hospital.

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Fundraising officer Kiera Wray was on hand to accept the donation from Club President Ian Jones.

Ian told the gathering that over the past 14 years, a total of $148,000 had been gifted to this worthy institution.

He also thanked the major sponsor, Club Lemon Tree for its ongoing support. Others to be thanked included Port Stephens FM radio, Tilligerry Lions and Tilligerry RSL & Sports Club.

“We also had great backing from the business community in donating raffle prizes which helped yet again to make our Motorama the biggest annual community event on the Tilligerry Peninsula,” he stated.

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