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Alma Doepel update_10917

04 Jun 2015

More than $4000 was donated towards the Alma Doepel restoration project last month.

And so far this year a total of $14,705 has been contributed to the project.

But there’s still plenty more fundraising to be done with around $1.7 million needed to complete the restoration of the historic top-sail schooner and return it to Docklands’ waters.

The Alma Doepel Restoration team, with the support of Docklands Chamber of Commerce, is holding a gala fundraising luncheon at Etihad Stadium on August 28, to assist the fundraising efforts.

Chamber of Commerce vice-president Bill Reid says it was “full-steam ahead” with plans for the lunch.

According to Mr Reid the event will include auctions, a VIP guest list and key-note speakers.

Enquiries about the gala lunch can be made to Mr Reid on 0416 153 116.

The total fundraising tally for May is $4442.
Maggie Chiara Cowling Alma Art Exhibition at the Docklands Ocean Education Centre: $942
Walker Corporation Collins Square project: $1500
Dandenong Valley Historic Car Club: $500
Donation to National Trust Alma Doepel Appeal Fund from Peter J Kelly: $500
Donation to National Trust Alma Doepel Appeal Fund from Robyn and Margaret Miller: $500
Donation to National Trust Alma Doepel Appeal Fund from Fiona Williams in memory of Frank Williams: $500.

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

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