Robb College are raising money for charity Beat the Breakdown

ART: Robb Colleges director of charity Zoe McCathie and director of culture Rebecca Bennett are encouraging people to pop into the college's annual charity art show.
ART: Robb Colleges director of charity Zoe McCathie and director of culture Rebecca Bennett are encouraging people to pop into the college's annual charity art show.

Robb College want community members to dig deep at its charity art show this weekend. 

This year the college have chosen Beat the Breakdown which is a charity for mental illness and suicide prevention in rural communities, associated with lifeline.

 “It was something very close to home, especially with the drought that’s going in the state,” Robb’s director of charity Zoe McCathie.

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The art show raised nearly $50,000 for Burrumbuttock Hay Runners in 2017.

Director of culture  Rebecca Bennett said everyone should pop in.

“We have a charity art show every year … it goes along with the parent-student ball and sports,” she said.  

“All the proceeds go to charity and we will also have our calendars on display.”

The art show will be held upstairs at the White Bull Hotel from 6pm on Friday. Entry is $10 per person