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Joining forces to help fire victims

FOR THOSE IN NEED: Booval Rotary member Glennis Bentley (left) and helper Julia Keidge collect donations at Booval Fair for families affected by the bushfires.
FOR THOSE IN NEED: Booval Rotary member Glennis Bentley (left) and helper Julia Keidge collect donations at Booval Fair for families affected by the bushfires. Rob Williams
FOR THOSE IN NEED: Booval Rotary member Glennis Bentley (left) and helper Julia Keidge collect donations at Booval Fair for families affected by the bushfires.
FOR THOSE IN NEED: Booval Rotary member Glennis Bentley (left) and helper Julia Keidge collect donations at Booval Fair for families affected by the bushfires. Rob Williams

BOOVAL Rotary Club and Booval Fair shopping centre have joined forces to raise funds for families suffering due to bushfires in Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.

Donations will be accepted outside Woolworths today and tomorrow between 10am and 3pm for the Salvation Army bushfire appeal.

Rotarian Glennis Bentley said the fundraising effort promoted the service club as well as helping those in need.

"The funds will go to wherever they're needed, she said.

Topics:  booval fair, fundraising




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