Tilligerry get right into fundraising efforts

Former Tanilba Bay School staff Louise Hogg, Lee Henry and Beth Howell
Former Tanilba Bay School staff Louise Hogg, Lee Henry and Beth Howell

 

THE big winner on Cup day wasn’t the horse which crossed the line first in Melbourne, it was the kids from Stewart House in Curl Curl, Sydney who benefited to the tune of $4800 from a charity day held at Newcastle’s Broadmeadow Race Course.

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Organiser Lloyd Hogg explains, “The residents and businesses of Tilligerry need congratulating for their overwhelming support, as does the Newcastle Jockey Club.”

“148 people from far and wide turned up.Most were current or former teachers and renewed stories from the ‘good old days’ in the classroom,” he said.

The major prize winners from raffles were, Kevin Hogg from Coolamon ($2000 three nights luxury at Pt. Macquarie),
Stacey Radcliffe from Raymond Terrace ($600 three nights at Tea Gardens), Jeanette Solway, Tanilba Bay ($200 voucher).

Mr Hogg said, “Management from Stewart House were so impressed by the day that they will suggest to other regions in NSW that they use our idea as a template for future fundraisers.”

 

By Geoff WALKER

 

Stewart House representatives Lloyd Hogg, Kerryanne Knox and CEO Graham Philpotts.
Stewart House representatives Lloyd Hogg, Kerryanne Knox and CEO Graham Philpotts.

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