A regular Sunday morning outing in Albury hopes to raise $10,000 to support drought relief this weekend.
The Kiewa Street Market will donate all stallholder fees and entry money taken on Sunday to Rural Aid’s Buy A Bale campaign.
A joint project of Rotary Club of Albury North and Rotary Club of Belvoir-Wodonga, the weekly market has up to 150 stalls, with some sites still available for booking via the Kiewa Street Market Facebook page.
Belvoir-Wodonga club president Doug Gammon and Albury North president club Rob Simmons urged the community to support the event.
“Bear in mind, without the farmers we don’t eat,” Mr Gammon said.
“We normally seek a gold coin donation as people enter the market and we are hoping that they dig a little bit deeper this week,” Mr Simmons added.
The market runs from 8.30am with fresh produce, handicrafts, plants, fresh flowers, collectables, refreshments and live music by Jeremy and Nathan Vaccaro.
“Bring your father out for Father’s Day,” Mr Gammon said.
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