The great outputs of the Graeme Dingle foundation was matched yesterday by the generosity of Southlanders at the sold out charity luncheon with keynote sir Graham Henry candidly addressing the crowd on leadership, his career and youth development.
Two of the most valuable auction items didn’t hit reserve – a price of NZ history Graeme Dingles back pack and a painting my internationally acclaimed artist Chiaroni, the foundation are looking to release these precious items to a national audience online.
Organisers were thrilled with the luncheon and commented ‘there was never any doubt it would go well – southlanders support our own’ the team were very grateful.
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