Puppy appeal

BRITTANY PICKETT
Last updated 11:47 28/03/2014
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Buskers raising funds for the Blind Foundation.

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Len Diack, Caroline Weston, Tane the Guide Dog and Tony Weston busking in Esk St, Invercargill today raising money for the Red Puppy Appeal. 

Collectors will be out today and tomorrow collecting donations for appeal for the Blind Foundation.

 

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