Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary stall this Saturday June 8th

Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary is having a Street Stall on Saturday 8 June 8.30am to 12noon outside Harris Scarfe Moruya, with all the favourite home made delicious cakes, slices, jams, sauces, pickles, relish. They will also have beautiful craft items, including bed socks, scarves, wraps and much more made with loving care by their members. You can also purchase raffle tickets in their current Winter raffle, which will be drawn on the day. Come along and say hello, this is their last street stall until the Christmas stall.

Kath Smith, Honorary Secretary of the Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary told the Beagle "Our members currently have their boots on and they're made for walking. We are delivering our Triennial Fundraising Appeal letter into letterboxes between Mogo and Tilba 10,000 letterboxes".

"The Appeal is seeking donations to help fund Moruya District Hospital's current "Wish List". "All patients deserve the best we can provide in all departments and sections of the Hospital and the donations from our community are vital to achieve this support. 100% of all donations received will be used to purchase items for patient comfort and care at Moruya District Hospital and Community Health. Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

"If you have not received a flyer in your letterbox or Post Box and would like to donate contact us through our

If you would like more information on the Auxiliary check out their website: They are always on the lookout for new members

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