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April 19, 2024

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Support Operation Recheal by heading off to this massive fundraising event at Durrumbul Hall tonight. Recheal is a Ugandan girl who was burnt in a domestic fire, and then just a month later she lost her mother with pneumonia at just 30.

Recheal is now cared for under the wings of The Buyambi Love Aid Project Uganda/Mullumbimby. Operation Recheal seeks to assist in raising money to cover the cost of surgery to help her heal from the horrific scarring from her burns.

The night features Greg Sheehan, Chinta African Rhythms, Mark Heazlett and friends, Lifeline, Andy Holms, Rebecca Ireland, Dinkum Hobos and DJ Short Circuit. Tickets are $15 Mullum Book Shop at 0424 905 915. Massive prizes – win two Splendour passes! A Woodford pass! 2 Bluesfest day passes. From 6pm.

 


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