Bachelor Blake helps to raise funds
SUBIACO local and self-employed auctioneer Blake Garvey (better known for his role as TheBachelor) helped raise $3000 for the new cancer ward at Perth Children's Hospital at the opening of LJ Hooker Subiaco last Friday night. Big ticket items included a strategy session with Brad Giles from Evolution Partners and a luxury SouthWest holiday. Franchise owner Samantha Payne said she was thrilled to be moving onto Rokeby Road. Payne has recently been appointed as vice-president of the Australian Chapter of the International Real Estate Federation and is busy developing a resort project in Bali that will launch that to the Australian market in May. tors of the high society event that includes three polo games between some of the best players in Australasia. Mr Prendiville said Telethon Adventurers founder Rick Parish always made a grand entrance on the day entertaining the crowd, and compared the fashion on the day to that in the movie PrettyWoman. Adam Heath's Judy Burbury teased punters with a taste of the fashion that would be on the catwalk at the event, at the launch last Wednesday.
This newspaper has two double passes to give away to the exclusive Telethon Adventurers Marquee at Polo in the Valley. Winners will enjoy gorgeous food and wine and rub shoulders with celebrities. To enter and for full terms and conditions, go to www.inmycommunity.com.au by April 6.