A goods and services auction night has been organised to raise funds for the family of Kialla's Menique Richards, who died a fortnight ago, leaving behind four young children.KAITLIN THALS February 20, 2013 4:58am
The four-year-old twins of Menique Richards, Brodie and Tyren Trevaskis, hold Menique’s three-month-old twins Shylah and Mitchell Melverton.
Family and friends have organised a goods and services auction night at Girgarre Cricket Club to support Menique Richards’ family.
Menique, 29, tragically died on February 6 after an aggressive form of cancer took over her body.
She left behind her children, four-year-old twins Brodie and Tyren Trevaskis, and three-month-old twins Shylah and Mitchell Melverton.
The M&M Fundraiser features Kyabram DJ Sherman and loads of items for auction.
Some of the items include an AFL guernsey signed by Chris Judd and Nick Riewoldt, limousine hire valued at $500 and a Parliament House package, including a meal and accommodation.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $25 for a family.
Monetary donations can still be made into the M&M Fundraiser trust account at Bendigo Bank (BSB number 633-000; account number 147860993).
The fundraiser is at Girgarre Cricket Club on Saturday, February 23, at 7
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