Benefit for Kane and May organised

IT'S about time he had some good luck, but there is still a hard road ahead for local man Keith English.

Keith - who recently became responsible for his niece and nephew Kane and May Clark when his brother and sister-in-law died two days apart - has been overwhelmed by the response after the Advocate ran an article about the tragedy.

Keith needed a rental home and money to relocate the children and purchase a family vehicle and while he is still looking for a house, preparations for a charity dinner, auction and concert are coming together nicely.

Auction items include signed sporting memorabilia, accommodation packages and quality goods donated by local businesses. To help out, head to the benefit at the Coffs Hotel from 6pm next Saturday, November 1, or phone Keith on 0422 210 455.



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