Samantha Loechel (Multiple Sclerosis Society), Melanie Gear (Lucindale Netball Club), Paul McDonald (Orana), Phil Clarke (Lucindale Football Club), Lucindale Lions Club president Digby Allsopp, Bec Martin (Cancer Council SA), Gemma Snewin (RFDS), Rhys Roberts (Lucindale Lions Club), Scott Rayner (Lucindale Karting Club), Trevor Pomery (Leukemia Foundation) and Rex Symons (Australian Cranio Maxillo Facial Foundation).
Gemma Snewin from the Royal Flying Doctor Service with Lucindale Lions Club president Digby Allsopp and Stock Journal general manager Joe Wallman. Without a generous donation from the local Lions Club and a site kindly provided by the Stock Journal the RFDS would not have been able to attend the SE Field Days.
Rex Symons from the Australian Cranio Maxillo Facial Foundation receives a donation from Mr Allsopp.
Bec Martin from the Cancer Council SA accepts a cheque from Mr Allsopp.
Samantha Loechel from the local Multiple Sclerosis Society takes a kind donation from Mr Allsopp.
Paul McDonald from Orano accepts his organisation's cheque from Mr Allsopp to go towards helping people with disabilities.
Trevor Hannaford shaved his hair recently at a "shave and auction" in Padtahway and accepted a donation from Lucindale Lions on behalf of the Leukaemia Foundation.
PROFITS raised from this year's SE Field Days will go to various charities and community groups that service and benefit the Limestone Coast area.
Last year a total of $100,000 was donated towards to Naracoorte Hospital's CT scan project, and this year cheques totalling $53,200 were presented to numerous organisations.
- $15,000 to Lucindale Karting Club to help fund the purchase of a second hand grader.
- $20,000 to Lucindale Football Club to help fund upgrades to the oval and surrounds in preparation for hosting the 2013 KNTFL grand final.
- $10,000 to Lucindale Netball Club to help build a playground for children near the netball courts.
- $1000 to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
- $1000 to Orana.
- $1000 to Cancer Council SA
- $1000 to Australian Cranio Maxillo Facial Foundation.
- $200 to the Leukaemia Foundation.
There was also $4000 donated to Lions which was distributed evenly to four different projects: Lions Hearing Dogs Foundation, Childhood Cancer Research Foundation, Prostrate Cancer Research Foundation and the Lions Cord Blood Foundation.
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