Wimmera generosity on show with $45,000 raised for bushfire relief

Eliza Berlage
Richard Crabtree
Updated January 22 2020 - 4:07pm, first published January 20 2020 - 9:00pm
BIG NIGHT: Band members from All The Kings Men, Johnny Thunder and The Lightnings and White Trash Candy with a cheque from the bushfire relief gig they played at Horsham's Exchange Hotel on Friday night. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
BIG NIGHT: Band members from All The Kings Men, Johnny Thunder and The Lightnings and White Trash Candy with a cheque from the bushfire relief gig they played at Horsham's Exchange Hotel on Friday night. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

The Wimmera have opened their hearts and wallets with businesses, sporting clubs, musicians and individuals raising more than $40,000 so far for bushfire relief appeals.

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Eliza Berlage

Eliza Berlage made the move to Horsham to report for the Wimmera Mail-Times in October 2019. Originally from Sydney, she has a sociology background and spent two years working in the press gallery in Canberra.

Richard Crabtree

Richard Crabtree

Wimmera Mail-Times, Stawell Times-News and Ararat Advertiser journalist and sports reporter

richard.crabtree@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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