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Lions cook for cause

Horsham Lions Club members Kaylene Streeter and Melvin Bell with the club's Christmas raffle trailer.

Horsham Lions Club members Kaylene Streeter and Melvin Bell with the club’s Christmas raffle trailer. Members will be selling tickets in the lead up to Christmas.

Horsham Lions Club will host a barbecue in Hamilton Street on Saturday to raise money for drought-affected farmers.
Lions members will be cooking up a storm out the front of Cellarbrations Superstore Horsham from 9.30am to 2pm.
Horsham Lions Club’s Melvin Bell said money from gold coin donations would be distributed among a drought-relief charity and the Lions Club pool, which funds regional organisations.
Cellarbrations Superstore Horsham will donate all food and drinks for the barbecue.
Owner Mukesh Bhutani said he and his family had seen stories of drought devastating farmers, particularly in New South Wales and Queensland, on the news.
“We are a community-minded business and wanted to do something to help,” he said.
“We are pleased to join forces with Horsham Lions Club and encourage people to support the barbecue and make a donation.”
Lions Clubs throughout Australia are raising money for a national appeal to help farming families affected by drought.
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Posted on Sep 13 2018

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