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Friday, 5th September, 2014

Angus Baxter (11) and sister Madelaine (9) will be getting some goodies that Newsworld’s Phil Day helped make for their dad for Father’s Day. Angus Baxter (11) and sister Madelaine (9) will be getting some goodies that Newsworld’s Phil Day helped make for their dad for Father’s Day.

The Quota Club of Broken Hill will be holding its Father's Day stall of delicious homemade pasties and cakes tomorrow.

It can be found in front of Newsworld in Oxide Street and will open at 8am. Tickets for their Father's Day Raffle will also be available at the stall with the prize being $200 worth fuel.

President of the Club, Claire McKean, said the stall was always popular.

"Quota are grateful for the support we receive locally, especially from businesses and the community," Mrs McKean said.

"It makes it easier to raise money. I think people tend to look forward to the stalls. I hope people support us again."

Mrs McKean said homemade goods also made a great present.

"You can't go past homemade goodies and local produce," she said.

Mrs McKean said the stall usually goes until lunch time or until all the goods are sold.

The next fundraiser for the club will be the 10 cent Auction on Friday, October 16 at the Civic Centre. If you haven't been before, come along and enjoy the experience.

All money raised supports the local community.

WHAT: Quota Club’sFather’s Day stall

WHEN: Saturday, 8.00am

WHERE: Newsworld, Oxide Street

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