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FAMILY FUN DAY, FUND RAISER IN HONOUR OF THE LATE JEREMY (JEZZA) PALMER AND TO SUPPORT HIS FAMILY

The Claremont Rotary Club is holding a family fun day to raise funds to support the family of the late Mr Jeremy (Jezza) Palmer who died from a brain tumour and left behind his family of Harley (15 years old), Chloe (10 years old), Jye (3 years old) and Holly (1 year old) along with his loving wife Kylie.

Craig Stringer, Public Relations Director for Claremont Rotary Club said “the Claremont Rotary Club first became aware of the families plight when we received a request from a family member asking us to assist with the cost of the drugs involved with Mr Palmer’s treatment. Unfortunately Mr Palmer died before we could assist so we decided the next best thing was to support his family.”

The Claremont Rotary Club along with Kite Flyers of Tasmania will hold a Fun Day in celebration of Mr Palmer’s life and to support his family on the Claremont Recreation Ground opposite the Claremont Plaza on Sunday 11 November 2012 from 10am to 3pm. There will be kites for sale ($5) so every child can fly one, BBQ, Devonshire Teas and a box for donations.

Mr Stringer said “It would be great if the community and businesses in the northern suburbs could get behind us and support a family in need.”

Donations of goods will also be accepted on the day and can be left at the Girl Guide Hall at the ground.
Craig Stringer, Claremont Rotary Club