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Timely Boost For Shoeshine Workers

Shoeshine worker, Tomasi Cama said the timely donation of two chairs will definitely help boost his business. This was after the Australian Social Club made the donation at the Suva
10 Dec 2014 08:50
Timely Boost For Shoeshine Workers
Tomasi Cama sitting on a donated chair, Peter Lothian of the Australian Social Club is at the left foreground. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Shoeshine worker, Tomasi Cama said the timely donation of two chairs will definitely help boost his business.

This was after the Australian Social Club made the donation at the Suva Market Police Post yesterday.

“I am married with two children and I have been earning a living from shining shoes,”Mr Cama said.

“These chairs will help us to provide more efficient service to the people and also to earn more cash to support our family,” he said.

The President of the Australian Social Club, Peter Lothian said the Australian High Commission and the club raised cash to assist the boys in delivering better services to the public.

“This was designed by an Australian volunteer but was built by the prisons department,” Mr Lothian said.

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