Surf club holds first seaside market
Killcare Surf Life Saving Club's first seaside market attracted a steady crowd all day, with a diverse assortment of stalls with gifts, according to club president Mr Peter Bagnall.
"The $200 gift card raffle ticket sales for Central Coast Shelter's Woy Woy Youth Cottage raised over $700 which allowed us to give $450 to Helena and the Killcare Beach Kiosk team as they closed up.
"The club raised $427 through stall hire, barbecue and gold coin entry donations," he said.
Newsletter, 22 Dec 2017
Peter Bagnall, Killcare SLSC
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