At ‘Music in the Garden’ Salvos fundraiser, Red Hill
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Socials snapper LUKE FOSTER files from the Red Hill ‘Music in the Garden’ Salvos fundraiser.
Sohpia Notaras and Trish Sandling
Kevin and Gwenyth Bray
Isabel and Norm Beckett
Sally Midgelow, Nelson Cox and Rachael and Philip Farthing
Robyn and Paul Lorimer
Bev McMurray, Benjamin Farthing and Lynda van Gaden-Prentice
Treena Balmain, andJohn Coleman with Pam and John Gordon
Shirley Stefaniak and John Lane
Nathan, Reuben, Alexandra and Gabrielle
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After a 37-year career in the Regular Army, Luke Foster is now focused on developing his photography business Maun Luke Photography and, of course, his photographic skills.