Bendigo's Vision Australia Art Show draws crowds

MORE than 300 people attended Bendigo’s Vision Australia Art Show last night. 

Bendigo personalities had been busy creating one-of-a-kind artworks that were auctioned off for Vision Australia. 

Local identities such as Glenn Riley from Riley’s Electrical, Ross Lougoon from Connor Park Winery, radio presenters Beck Chalmer and Al Shields and Bendigo Advertiser editor Rod Case all brushed up on their artistic skills to raise money for the not-for-profit organisation. 

Vision Australia Bendigo team manager Ruth O’Connell said all the money raised from the night would go towards helping the region’s blind or severely vision impaired people.

For more coverage, get a copy of Monday’s Bendigo Advertiser.

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