Rotary Hervey Bay president John Walker and Julie Stout, who won chairs donated by Con Souvlis.
Rotary Hervey Bay president John Walker and Julie Stout, who won chairs donated by Con Souvlis.

Julie thrilled with prize win

NIKENBAH’S Julie Stout was thrilled when she learned she’d won two of local philanthropist Con Souvlis’ finest chairs in a fundraiser for Rotary Hervey Bay’s hospital house project, that is nearing completion.

President John Walker said yesterday Julie was “quite ecstatic about the win and she will make good use of the chairs, relaxing at home after her normal daily routine of horse riding”.

Rotary Hospital House is nearing completion and the Rotary Club anticipates the opening will be a few weeks away.

“This will be a great asset to Hervey Bay for those families that require urgent accommodation for when one of their family is in hospital,” Mr Walker said.



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