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Trials held at St Thomas School
Wet weather venue Court 1 Central Sports Centre
Premier to 2nd Grade - Mon 25 Feb & Mon 4 March - 6pm
Last year s future ferns and all new players yrs3 and above to
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sonFamily to see how you can
help, or go along to the garage
sale this Saturday starting at 8am.
Happy to help: Megan Harper looks through the goods donated by the Southland community for the fundraising garage sale
for Tania Dickson this Saturday.
By LOUISE BERWICK
An outpouring of support from the
Southland community is set to
continue this weekend, to help the
Tania Dickson was diagnosed with
ovarian cancer late last year and
had to fly Australia to undergo
The Invercargill woman is now
undergoing chemotherapy in
Brisbane with her young family by
But while Mrs Dickson fights her
ovarian cancer, her friends have
been organising fundraisers to
support the family and the ongoing
financial cost they face.
Mrs Dickson's photography
business has had to be put on hold
and her husband has had to leave
his job behind when they went to
Mrs Dickson's close friend, Megan
Harper, first came up with the idea
to hold a garage sale when Mrs
Dickson was initially diagnosed,
thinking she would just sell
personal items in her backyard,
but the overwhelming support
from the Invercargill community
means her garage is now full of
household items, toys, blankets,
books and ''everything you can
think of''', and the sale has had to
be relocated to the Myross Bush
Community Hall this Saturday.
''It's just amazing, people are so
Local businesses had also offered
their support to the family, with
butchers donating sausages for a
barbecue at the event and a
business offering to deliver large
goods from the garage sale to their
new owners, for a donation
towards the family's cause.
Mrs Harper set up a Facebook page
for Tania, which already has more
than 1000 likes and a local jeweller
DnA Jewlz had raised $2000 for the
Dicksons in less than a day.
Mrs Harper said Tania just wanted
to thank everyone for their
ongoing support, she said it had
made a huge difference.
''She's just overwhelmed and
embarrassed, she is usually the one
giving, not receiving.''
They are also encouraging people
to wear teal to the garage sale
which starts at 8am, in support of
Ovarian Cancer Awareness
Month, which is this month.
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