$30 Bully purchase helps Larry victims



A COPY of The Morning Bulletin is not something you would usually see on eBay, but Melissa Mikinstack snapped it up for $30.

"I have been thinking of a way to donate money to the local community and this seemed like an excellent idea,'' Ms Mikinstack said.

The copy of The Bully, signed by HOT FM's Jack Black (Brad Villiers), was sold on eBay with all funds raised donated to Cyclone Larry victims.

"I didn't even know who Jack Black was,'' Ms Mikinstack said.

"I haven't really thought about what I will do with it (the autographed newspaper) but I am just glad I have made a contribution to help many victims.''

Mr Villiers was approached by two people during his Hot Thunder Cross to autograph the copy of The Bully.

Mr Villiers said he was happy to contribute to such a good cause.

On March 31 The Bully featured Mr Villiers performing in the Rockhampton Venues and Events musical Paris.

Donations to Cyclone Larry victims can be made by logging onto the Queensland Government website www.qld.gov.au



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