THE Can Assist Cancer Assistance Network fund-raiser monster summer raffle was drawn on Friday putting more than $2000 into the local kitty.
Can Assist Shoalhaven was established two years ago and has helped 50 local residents in that time through financial hardship while undergoing cancer treatment.
The major prize was the box trailer filled with various items that has been parked in the foyer of NAB. It was valued at more than $2000. The prize was won by Phil Donovan.
Second prize, a Masport lawnmower valued at $429 was won by Kathy Harris.
Third prize a family pass to Jamberoo Action Park was won by John Fergusson of Bomaderry.
For more information about Can Assist Shoalhaven phone 44220705.
LOCAL ASSISTANCE: June Wardle from Can Assist, Sam Moore from Can Assist, deputy mayor John Wells, Can Assist Shoalhaven founder Kate Moore, Suellyn Mann and Tracey Sheehy from the NAB and Can Assist Shoalhaven president Lyn Gerstenberg at the organisation’s monster raffle draw Friday.
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