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Disco to raise cash for flood victims

THIS Saturday night Eidsvold Rugby League is holding a disco to raise money for flood victims.

Brett Miller will provide the music and admission will be $5.

People are encouraged to come along and have a great night at the showground shed from 6.30pm to midnight and boost the spirits of those who have been hardest hit.

The auctioning of All Stars jerseys, including an indigenous jersey and other donated items, will bolster the funds raised.

Eidsvold Rugby League president Scott Eggerling rescued Graeme and Vicki Diprose from flood waters and his players have been helping with fencing and cleaning houses.

Now they want to do more by raising funds.

The community is grateful for their help and it is hoped people will come out in large numbers to support the disco.

Phone Mary Nelson 4165 1170 for more information.  



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