A FUNDRAISER is being held in honour of a highly respected mother.
Sebastopol Football Netball Club stalwart Maree Hutt lost her 30-month battle with cancer in July, and now the community is giving back to her legacy.
The Maree Hutt Family Education Fundraiser will be a “social gathering and auction” held at Jacksons and Co, before a screening of Rush at Regent Cinemas on October 4.
Community groups, members and businesses are pitching in to raise $50,000 for an education fund for Ms Hutts’ children. Maree worked at Crawford’s Pharmacy for 20 years and left a lasting impression upon those who she met.
“Maree was just a special person of the community. She touched adults and children in every facet of her life,” Mr Trembath said.
“She was so close to
staff but life has to go on.
“Customers here missed her so much, we had customers crying in the shop and wanting to help.”
Tickets for the fundraiser can be purchased at Crawfords Pharmacy, Lumen Christi Primary School, St Patrick’s College (uniform shop) and Rokk 66.