Starlight fundraiser nets more than $9000

STARLIGHT SUPPORTERS: ACT Corrective Services who organised Saturday night’s Starlight fundraiser at O’Brien’s Hotel are Glenn Wickham, Loiuse Heaton, Karen Hitchcock, Wayne Cockburn, Bill Burgoyne and Al Swinbourn. Publican Paul O’Brien is handing over $3000 raised during the Narooma Flathead Classic.
STARLIGHT SUPPORTERS: ACT Corrective Services who organised Saturday night’s Starlight fundraiser at O’Brien’s Hotel are Glenn Wickham, Loiuse Heaton, Karen Hitchcock, Wayne Cockburn, Bill Burgoyne and Al Swinbourn. Publican Paul O’Brien is handing over $3000 raised during the Narooma Flathead Classic.
SOUND INVESTMENT: Raw Prawn Bistro owner Scott Cavanagh paid $750 to invest in and take home this signed Adam Scott playing cap the golfer wore in his recent US Masters win.

SOUND INVESTMENT: Raw Prawn Bistro owner Scott Cavanagh paid $750 to invest in and take home this signed Adam Scott playing cap the golfer wore in his recent US Masters win.

FISHY FUNDS: Publican Paul O’Brien handing over $3000 raised during the Narooma Flathead Classic.

FISHY FUNDS: Publican Paul O’Brien handing over $3000 raised during the Narooma Flathead Classic.

NICE WORK: Scotty and Paul from the Raw Prawn and O'Brien's Hotel with their certificates of thanks and purchases.

NICE WORK: Scotty and Paul from the Raw Prawn and O'Brien's Hotel with their certificates of thanks and purchases.

THE fifth annual ACT Corrective Services Starlight Foundation fundraiser at O’Brien’s Hotel, Narooma has raised another big chunk of cash for sick kids.

THANKS MATE: Glenn Wickham thanks Paul O'Brien.

THANKS MATE: Glenn Wickham thanks Paul O'Brien.

Prison officers and their families numbering about 40 hopped on their motorbikes and in their cars for their annual pilgrimage to the pub with the Million Dollar View.

The charity auction and raffle on Saturday night raised just over $9000.

Publican Paul O’Brien hands over $3000 raised during the Narooma Flathead Classic to fundraiser organiser Glenn Wickham.

Raw Prawn Bistro owner Scott Cavanagh paid $750 to invest in and take home this signed Adam Scott playing cap the golfer wore in his recent US Masters win.

Glenn thanked Paul, Scott and all the supporters for making the event a continued success and said they would all be back next year to do it all again.

The fundraiser over the years has now raised more than $60,000.

Neil Langford from Young won the $1000 cash prize, Justin Fahey from Nicholls won the $500 Coles Myer gift card and Wayne Bahnhan from Canberra the $250 Bunnings card.