The Deniliquin Lions Club has contributed to Christmas hampers through the Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul's Society.November 16, 2012 4:45am
Vinnies volunteer Josie Jackson, Vinnies treasurer Margaret Atley, Lions president Richard Fogarty, Salvation Army Captain Patricia Day and Lions cake chairperson Pat Hogan.
Deniliquin Lions Club has donated cash and Christmas cakes to the Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul’s for their Christmas hampers.
Each charity received 20 cakes and a $250 cheque.
Vinnies will make up 100 hampers for needy locals this year, while the Salvation Army expects to do 50.
Any locals wishing to donate towards the hampers can leave non-perishable food under the Christmas tree at Harvey Norman Deniliquin.
Anyone wishing to purchase a Lions Christmas cake can call Pat Hogan on 5881
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