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Fete proceeds to buy beds

Tweed Hospital Auxiliary’s Kathleen Sinnott, Jean Carter, Cathy Fraser and Denise Morton.
Tweed Hospital Auxiliary’s Kathleen Sinnott, Jean Carter, Cathy Fraser and Denise Morton. John Gass

THE Tweed Hospital Auxiliary is having a mini fete on July 7 in the hospital car park.

Monies raised at the mini fete will go towards purchasing new electronically adjustable beds for the hospital.

A warehouse shopping trip to Brisbane for July 24 is also on the cards at a cost of $35 that includes morning tea and a snack lunch.

Members Jean Carter and Denise Morgan are organising lots of fun to keep everyone in mischief on the journey, including a number of raffles.

Anyone interested in joining the trip can contact Jean Carter on 07 5599 9273 or Denise Morton on 07 5599 8956.

Don't miss the Tweed Hospital Auxiliary Mini Fete with stalls will selling from 8am till 12noon (unless sold out)

Baby wear, including beautifully hand knitted garments, books, cakes, craft, odds and sods, plants, pre-loved items and soft toys are for sale.

A barbecue selling sausage sandwiches and bacon and egg sandwiches will start at 7:30am

Topics:  fete, fundraising



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