A CHARITY concert in Hamilton last weekend has raised about $2630 for Angel Flight.
More than a dozen musicians took to the stage at The Hamilton and Alexandra College’s Kantor Family Music and Performing Arts Centre in support of the charity which co-ordinates non-emergency flights to help transport rural patients to medical facilities across Australia.
Concert organiser and former Angel Flight pilot, Barrie Aarons said an enjoyable night of entertainment was had by all who attended.
“I could have done with a few more people there … it was down on last year in crowd numbers,” Mr Aarons said.
“The music itself was fantastic.
“There were about 150 to 200 people there and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.
Full story in the Spectator on Thursday, February 27, 2014