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Op shop raises funds for Moyola

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August 24, 2017

Generations Op Shop manager Neville Crow presents a donation to Moyola Lodge chief executive Polly Devine.

Yet another cash injection has gone back into the Tatura community thanks to Generations Op Shop.

Moyola Lodge chief executive Polly Devine was presented with a $2000 cheque from manager Neville Crow last week, raised through the op shop’s profits.

‘‘Thank you so much for the generosity,’’ Ms Devine said.

She said the funding would go towards one of the many costs involved in running the aged-care facility.

‘‘It’ll either go to equipment or upgrades — something for our residents,’’ Ms Devine said.

‘‘There’s always something.’’

Ms Devine said Generations had always been fantastic with its support of the facility.

‘‘These are great facilities here,’’ Mr Crow said.

Mr Crow said he had noticed an upward trend in trading since the op-shop’s big move to its new location in Hogan St more than 10 months ago.

‘‘Since the move we have gone up about three gears,’’ he said.

‘‘Through the great support of the community.’’

Mr Crow said the op-shop was now far more secure and the volunteers were incredibly happy with the new facilities.

‘‘It’s been a really positive move,’’ he said.

■Generations Op Shop is open weekdays from 10am to 4pm and Saturday from 10am to 12.30pm. For more information, phone the shop on 58243059.

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