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FOR A GOOD CAUSE: The Euroa Urban Fire Brigade will once again be rattling tins and knocking on doors locally on Good Friday. Money raised will go towards the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. Pictured are senior volunteer firefighter Matt Mallett with his son Blair at the Euroa Fire Station. PHOTO: Anthony Cini

EUROA residents, don’t be alarmed if you hear fire sirens this Friday.

The Euroa Urban Fire Brigade will once again be collecting donations for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal, with local volunteers aiming to set a new record this year.

From 9.30am, Euroa brigade members will be doing a door to door collection of all households within the township.

To make the task a little easier, residents are asked that when they hear the fire truck siren sounded in their street, to meet the collectors at the front gate.

The Euroa Fire Station will be manned from 9am until 3pm, receiving donations and early donations can be made with fundraising coordinator Neville Mawson (receipts will be issued upon request).

“Victorians seem to know no end when it comes to their generosity in supporting the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal, with new records being set each year,” Mr Mawson said.

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