Someone in Orange is unaware they’re $1000 richer with half the winners of the Bloomfield and Riverside Hospital Auxiliary’s major raffle of the year yet to claim their prizes.
The Auxiliary have been unable to get in touch with major cash prize winner, Alison Hart, second prize winner of a Twin Tuner media player, P. Clinghan and winner of a Kay Gorringe painting Mourin Khan.
There are several other prize winners yet to answer the calls from the Auxiliary’s Sister Mary Trainors.
The veteran of the Auxiliary urged ticket holders to check their voicemails on Wednesday.
Member for Orange Philip Donato drew the 10 prize-winners from 5000 tickets sold for the fundraiser yesterday, with the major prize of $1000 donated by Newcrest Mining.
The people of Orange are so generous, they’re generous and supportive of mental health,Sister Mary Trainor
Sister Mary Trainor said the $8000 raised through ticket sales would go towards making life a little easier for the people utilising the mental health and drug and rehabilitation facilities at Orange health Service.
Sister Trainor thanked ticket buyers for helping the group to purchase goods to assist the patients’ rehabilitation.
“The people of Orange are so generous, they’re generous and supportive of mental health,” she said.
If anyone knows the mysterious Hart, Clinghan or Khan, they should contact Central Western Daily for the Auxiliary’s details.
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