Today is your last chance to fill Christmas donation bins in Rochester with gifts.ELAINE COONEY December 14, 2012 4:11am
Rochester Salvation Army family support counsellor Lorraine Haines (left) and welfare helpers Malcolm Schmidt and June Robinson are reminding residents to fill up the Christmas donation bins with presents as they will be collected on Saturday.
District residents are urged to fill Christmas donation bins in Rochester with presents before the weekend.
Rochester Salvation Army family support counsellor Lorraine Haines and welfare helpers Malcolm Schmidt and June Robinson said the presents would be collected on Saturday.
Collection points are set up at the Rochester Market, Mitre 10 and the Murray Goulburn Trading store.
Mrs Haines said the presents would be collected by the Salvation Army and would be followed by motorbikes from the Ulysses Social Club and brought to Echuca.
From there, the presents would be distributed to families in need across the region.
She said many presents would go to Rochester families.
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