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Players help kidney cause

THANKS: Kidney Support Network’s Reg Brine, left, and mascot Mr K accept the money from Coolum Theatre Players.
THANKS: Kidney Support Network’s Reg Brine, left, and mascot Mr K accept the money from Coolum Theatre Players. Contributed

COOLUM Theatre Players' production of Urinetown had a happy ending when $1800 was handed over to the Sunshine Coast Kidney Support Network at Sunday's final performance at the Coolum Civic Centre.

All monies from raffle tickets sold at Urinetown performances were donated to the network, which provides quality support services for people with chronic kidney disease.

Network branch manager Reg Brine and mascot Mr K accepted the funds from cast members.


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