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Rotary Club helps out

28 Sep 2010

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A group of eight Docklands Rotarians and their friends travelled to Kinglake last month to help bushfire victims re-establish their lives.

The group spent Sunday, September 12 gardening, cutting wood and generally cleaning up the property of an elderly local resident and bushfire survivor.

Service projects  director Adrian Stanners said that members of Docklands Rotary Club also volunteered in Kinglake this time last year.

“The fires have long past, but it will be a very long time until a lot of these people get their lives back on track,” Mr Stanners said.

“We welcome the opportunity to connect with the recovering Kinglake community and help out where we can.”

Docklands Rotary meets every Tuesday at 6.30pm.  For more information, contact Leisa Wheatland on (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 0448 945 555.

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