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Alina Keers and Leni Kirk at the Little Beach Boathouse Fundraiser for the Hunger Project. Photos by Marian Sampson
Alina Keers and Leni Kirk at the Little Beach Boathouse Fundraiser for the Hunger Project. Photos by Marian Sampson

 

When asked what’s important about supporting the Hunger Project, Alina Keers told News Of The Area, “It’s wonderful to be here with beautiful people and doing great things for the women of Africa.”

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Local Business Woman and Rotarian Leah Anderson told News Of The Area, “It’s great to be a part of something that is supporting women in developing nations.”

Port Stephens local Michelle Zanere told News Of The Area, “It’s wonderful to be supporting Alicia on her project and it’s been a great opportunity to get together.”

When asked what’s the best part of the night at the Hunger Project Fundraiser, Marcus Horan told News Of The Area, “With beautiful weather, great company, a great cause, I just love it!”

 

By Marian SAMPSON

 

Tracy Rigby, Cindy Skora and Leah Anderson at the Hunger Project Fundraising event.
Tracy Rigby, Cindy Skora and Leah Anderson at the Hunger Project Fundraising event.

 

Michelle Zanere, Michelle Southall and Kate Phillips at the Hunger Project Fundraising Event.
Michelle Zanere, Michelle Southall and Kate Phillips at the Hunger Project Fundraising Event.

 

Marcus Horan and Greg George at the Hunger Project Fundraising Event.
Marcus Horan and Greg George at the Hunger Project Fundraising Event.

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