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Cubby House Challenge - Help save kids from becoming homeless

Minister Wendy Lovell and the Past Mini Mayor Emily Frydas hand the key to the cubby house village to the 2012 Mini Mayor Harrison Croft.


Every year there is a cubby house challenge for Kids Under Cover to support their work with at risk and homeless kids. Designers and builders create fantastic cubbies and then they are auctioned and raffled to the general public. This year the Victorian premier Ted Baillieu designed one of the cubby houses.

You can win one of these cubbies by buying a raffle ticket at www.cubbyhousechallenge.org.au  or attend the public auction at the Flower and garden show on Sunday at 3pm (http://www.melbflowershow.com.au/) to bu raffle tickets or bid on individual cubbies.

Posted at 12:14pm and tagged with: not for profit,.

Cubby House Challenge - Help save kids from becoming homeless
Minister Wendy Lovell and the Past Mini Mayor Emily Frydas hand the key to the cubby house village to the 2012 Mini Mayor Harrison Croft.

Every year there is a cubby house challenge for Kids Under Cover to support their work with at risk and homeless kids. Designers and builders create fantastic cubbies and then they are auctioned and raffled to the general public. This year the Victorian premier Ted Baillieu designed one of the cubby houses.
You can win one of these cubbies by buying a raffle ticket at www.cubbyhousechallenge.org.au  or attend the public auction at the Flower and garden show on Sunday at 3pm (http://www.melbflowershow.com.au/) to bu raffle tickets or bid on individual cubbies.
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