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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Tuross Head Men’s Shed support Bailey Seamer with a $580 donation

Steve Ryder, Committee member of the Tuross Head Men’s Shed said of the fundraiser and donation: "A young lady by the name of Bailey Seamer commenced her walk from a point 800 kilometres south of Batemans Bay with her destination being to the top of Cape York. She is expecting to take around 12 months to complete the journey. Bailey was in Batemans Bay on 10 July for 2 days, having stopped over in Tuross Head for a day prior, where she had a chance meeting with the President of the Tuross Head Men’s Shed.

"Bailey is raising money for the Black Dog Institute, and the Tuross Head Men’s Shed saw fit to sponsor her on her long journey. The Shed itself kicked in an amount of $150.00, whilst a “call to arms” amongst the members raised a further $430.00, giving a total of $580.00.

"The money has been credited to her name on the Black Dog Institute website with some words of encouragement".


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