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The Dandenong Ranges Emergency Relief Services (DRERS) received a welcome donation of $4000 at a special dinner on Thursday 4 July. The Rotary Club of Belgrave has been supporting DRERS to keep their vehicle on the road, so they can pick up food items and other things for the people they help. The DRERS team was struggling to keep the vehicle on the road for more than one day a week, until the club began its support. club has increased its donation to an incredible $4000 over the next 12 months. Receiving the cheque is DRERS manager Tania Bevan flanked by co-presidents of Belgrave Rotary, Bob Daly and Trevor Withers.

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