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Alma Doepel update

28 Apr 2015

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As work on the restoration of historic top-sail schooner the Alma Doepel continues at Shed 2, the restoration team and Docklands Chamber of Commerce continue to call for donations towards the project.

Around $1.7 million is needed to complete the restoration project, which would see the ship become an iconic part of Docklands.

The Docklands Chamber of Commerce is planning to hold a gala fundraising luncheon on August 28 to assist the fundraising efforts.

The event is likely to be held at Etihad Stadium and will include auctions, key-note speakers and a VIP guest list.

Enquiries about the gala lunch can be made to Docklands Chamber of Commerce vice-president Bill Reid on 0416 153 116.

The total fundraising tally for April is $3385.
Donation from Michael Morris to the National Trust Alma Doepel Appeal Fund: $250.
Donation from The Company of Master Mariners to the National Trust Alma Doepel Appeal Fund: $1000.
Alma Doepel Supporters Club barbeque at Bunnings Port Melbourne: $1500.
Alma Doepel Supporters Club donations from National Trust Heritage Week open day at Shed 2: $635.

For more information about the Alma Doepel visit http://almadoepel.com.au

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