Eaglehawk Community House continues to assist vulnerable members of the community

Allanah Sciberras
By Allanah Sciberras
Updated May 9 2021 - 4:31am, first published May 6 2021 - 6:30am
SURGE: Eaglehawk Community House coordinator Tracey Clarke isn't sure when the demand will stop. Picture: Brendan McCarthy

LAST year, Eaglehawk Community House provided vulnerable residents with over 17,000 ready-to-go meals.

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Allanah Sciberras

Journalist reporting on crime, local council and general news for daily newspaper, The Bendigo Advertiser. Contact me via allanah.sciberras@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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