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Greening St Huberts - Council's plans to re-afforest the Island here...
 
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St Patricks Day 2016

Sunday 20 Mar 2016

 

St Patricks Day will again be held this year on Sunday 20 March under the "marquee" on Neville and Marilyn Smith’s front lawn at 86 Helmsman Boulevarde.

Again we are raising funds for the Westpac Helicopter Rescue Service. All funds raised on the day go to them.

It will be a GREAT day with heaps of raffle prizes, plus this year we will be supplying free sausage sandwiches courtesy of Edwards Family Butchers.

If you cannot attend and would like to make a donation you can put your donation in an envelope addressed to "St Patricks Day" with your name, and drop it into the letter box at 86 Helmsman Boulevarde.

 

All Proceeds collected on the day go to the Westpac Helicopter Rescue Service Service.

 


 

Report

While a more detailed report is following, after counting at the end of the day, Neville and Marilyn raised almost $3,400 for the Westpac Helicopter Service.

A final figure depends on other amounts that sometimes come in after the day.

MANY(!) photos were taken on the day by various photographers.

See them here.