A raffle winner at Albury's Walk4BrainCancer was touched when his prize reminded him of his late father yesterday.
Albury's James Cashman attended the fundraiser after losing his father to brain cancer nearly four years ago.
"You never really get over it, but you sort of learn to live with it," he said.
Mr Cashman's raffle ticket won a $150 meat hamper.
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"My dad was a butcher for about 30 years before he passed away," he said.
"How appropriate it was that I won that one in particular...it was like he had a little hand in that one."
Mr Cashman said it was good to see so many people supporting the event.
"Growing up there wasn't really a lot for brain cancer," he said.
"Now it's a bit more in focus."
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