A barbecue has raised about $700 for drought relief.
The Country Women's Association (CWA) and Soul Pattinson chemist teamed up to support Upper Lachlan Shire families in need.
In October, Kevin McFadden and Annemaree Offley cooked the fundraising barbecue.
The money was donated to the Crookwell branch of the CWA for the drought appeal.
CWA President Lillian Marshall was grateful: "Thank you for your generosity," she said.
The funds were topped up by a raffle to win quilts donated by Stitching Hearts.
Stitching Hearts is a patchworking group that helps local organisations raise money.
The money raised will be distributed via gift vouchers for Crookwell IGA and Soul Pattinson chemist by Fiona Taylor, a counsellor for the Rural Financial Counselling Service, to local families in need.
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