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Lifesaving Receives Cash From Rotary Art Auction

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Hawke’s Bay Lifesaving is to get a substantial boost thanks to art — and the Rotary Club of Greenmeadows.

The Rotary club has been giving money to community organisations for 38 years. In fact the group has put $900,000 into the community through its Art-X National Exhibition and Sale.

This year they have changed the format somewhat and secured a major sponsor for the next three years.

Rotary Club Greenmeadows chairman Geoff Bennett says this year they had a “grant competition” to decide who they would donate the largest portion of the proceeds from the exhibition and sale to.

Photo: Back from left, Eva Ronberg, 14, Hugo Minor, 14, Emily Pollock, 15, James Cooper from Harcourts with Geoff Bennett of Chairman of Rotary Club of Greenmeadows. Photo / Warren Buckland

For more on this and other great Hawke’s Bay stories go to hawkesbaytoday.co.nz

Posted: 13 June 2019




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