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After an exciting weekend in sport, Mayor Jenny Whitney is pleased to announce that a range of signed and framed team jerseys are up for auction to raise money for the Black Dog Institute, the nominated charity for the Mayor’s Charity Masquerade Ball.
Mayor Jenny Whitney said that bids are now open for framed jerseys signed by the new NRL champions, the North Queensland Cowboys, the winning 2015 Queensland State of Origin team and the Australian Diamonds, winners of the 2015 Netball World Cup.
“These iconic pieces of sporting memorabilia will form part of the auction at the Mayor’s Charity Masquerade Ball on Saturday night however we have opened up the auction to the broader community to help raise money for the Black Dog Institute,” Mayor Whitney said.
“I’m sure there are a lot of people interested in securing one of these signed collectables, particularly after Queensland’s success in rugby this year and our national netball team winning the 2015 World Cup,
“Anyone wishing to make a bid can do so by ringing Council on 4945 0200 or by emailing email@example.com,
“The Black Dog Institute raises much needed funds and awareness about mental health disorders so please take this opportunity to give to a worthy cause,
Tickets for the Mayor’s Charity Masquerade Ball are still available and can be purchased through the Proserpine Entertainment Centre 4945 2312.
Mayor Whitney said “There will be many more prizes available on the night as well as great food and great entertainment.”
To make a bid for the one or more of the signed jerseys, please contact Lisa Gouldstone on 4945 0229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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