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Studying hard for the Kiama Lions Trivia Night, Jerry Granger-Holcombe, Ian Chellew and Bob Gray are hoping to make the night on May 30 a resounding success. Picture: ALBEY BOND

Studying hard for the Kiama Lions Trivia Night, Jerry Granger-Holcombe, Ian Chellew and Bob Gray are hoping to make the night on May 30 a resounding success. Picture: ALBEY BOND

KIAMA Lions Club's Cancer Fund will receive a boost on Friday, May 30, when they hold their annual Trivia Night at The Pavilion.

The night is always well supported and club members are working hard to make sure the evening is a success.

"The fund is to help cancer patients, mostly in palliative care in the Kiama area, to obtain the much-needed medications to support their ongoing fight against cancer," club member Ian Chellew said.

"We have several chemists throughout the area who maintain a supply of the much-needed drugs to assist here and Kiama Lions supports this through the purchase of these expensive medications for the approved patients."

The night will see the drawing of the club's major raffle worth $5000, with a choice of vouchers from Forty Winks, The Good Guys or travel, provided by Travelscene Kiama.

There will also be silent auctions, spot prizes, fund-raising games and a prize for the best dressed table as well as a prize for the overall winners.

Bookings for the Trivia Night, which will run from 7pm to 11pm, can be made by phoning 0449 523 040, leaving details which will be followed up to confirm, and all tickets must be pre-paid.

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