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Premier Will Hodgman visited Latrobe today for the town’s flood recovery fair and market.
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The grassroots community fundraiser,put on by two local women,was well attended and MrHodgman praised both the organisers and the event.

“This is a demonstration of classic Tasmanian resilience,” he said.

“A community coming together, a small idea that’s bigger than Ben-Hur, and wonderful for the people of Latrobe and other flood affected regions to be able to come together.”

Melissa Bauld and Claire McCarthy were inspired to help their community after last month’s floods.

“We’re both Latrobe girls, it’s our town and our community,” Ms Bauld said.

“You just can’t believe the amount of destruction that that much water did.”

However, both women believe that the town is emerging stronger from the experience.

“It’s certainly made the community a lot closer,” MsBauld said.

The event is a great example of what can grow from a single idea.

“It started out as a little idea, just to have a bit of a raffle and do a fundraiser,” Ms Bauld said.

“So many people in the community were so keen on giving something and it snowballed a little bit.”

All money raised from the event goes to the local Lions Club, who are managing the financesof the localflood recovery effort.

The event runs until 4pm today, at which time the fair will close and doors reopen at 6pm for raffle draw, charity auctionand entertainment.

Premier Will Hodgman chats to members 501st Copperhead Squad – who were posing for photos with kids, during the Latrobe Flood Fundraiser.

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