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The Scope Club of Allora Inc. was given the opportunity to hold the Major Raffle for Youngcare at the recent Bony Mountain festival.
Scope Club of Allora Inc president Daphne Wheatley thanked Norma O’Hara Murphy and all those who supported the club with selling tickets in Warwick and Allora before the festival.
“Special thanks to Aub and Robyn. The assistance of all the non-members of Scope who volunteered at the festival for giving so much of their time was appreciated,” Daphne said.
“Scope thanks Barry Adams and Graham Peach for their assistance in setting up and dismantling the marquee.
Thanks to Tom Potts who ran the auction of which Youngcare received half the proceeds. Well done Tom. Thanks to all the Warwick and Allora businesses who donated to the auction.
“And on behalf of the club, I thank the businessman from Brisbane who was a first time visitor to the festival for his very generous donation to Youngcare.
“Norma has again given us the opportunity to run the raffles again next year.
“The entertainers have been so supportive, they have donated CDs and DVDs and Springdell Fruit Wines have also donated Raffle prizes for the Club.”
Winner of the 1st prize in the Raffle a voucher at Harvey Norman donated by Scope Club and Harvey Norman M. Cartmill, 2nd M. Dwan, 3rd L. Wright, 4th Cath Wilson, 5th T. Mullins 6th B. Reed. Thanks to Balinder Gregory from Youngcare for collecting the prizes in Brisbane.

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