Joe Scholl, Ashley Scholl, Jillieen Wallace-Jones, Brad Scholl, Sandra Scholl and Georgia Stenhouse. .
Joe Scholl, Ashley Scholl, Jillieen Wallace-Jones, Brad Scholl, Sandra Scholl and Georgia Stenhouse. . Blainey Woodham

Generous gestures inspire

A FEW Murwillumbah businesses have proved that a small effort can go a long way.

Nail It beauty salon and Wonderwash Laundrynet put out the call last week for donations of soft goods and clothing to help flood victims.

People responded generously. Wonderwash owner Joe Scholl said enough items had been collected to fill three 1.2sq m pallets two metres high.

Shoobridge Transport, also based in the town, volunteered the services of a truck and driver to deliver the donations to a collection point.

“We deliver through the affected areas and we had a truck stuck in Chinchilla, so it's nice to be able to help where we can,” driver Adam Dalton said.



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