Tables are turned for Victim Support
Krystle Haines says she was ‘‘so nervous’’ about debuting her DJing skills late last month.
Krystle, aka Mrs Dfuse, took a turn on her late husband’s turntables at the DJ Dfuse Memorial Night on May 29.
‘‘But once I got up there and played the first song I was fine,’’ she said.
The event, which commemorated the one-year anniversary of Mike Haines’ death, was an ‘‘amazing night’’.
‘‘It was the best night I have ever had at Trac Bar, I will never forget it.’’
She said the crowd was ‘‘perfect’’ and ‘‘friendly’’.
Krystle presented the $1000 the event raised to Victim Support, the organisation which has helped the Haines family over the past 12 months, on June 4.
Trac Bar donated the usual DJ fee of $450 and the proceeds from their Thursday night meat raffle and had raised $300 through drink specials that the lingerie waitresses had distributed. Trac Bar donated additional funds, rounding the total donation up to $1000.