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Exhibition brings hope to Scully family

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A photo of a burnt tree in recovery has earned 11-year-old Jeremy Scully a brand new PlayStation 5 in Eurobodalla Council’s Photos of Hope exhibition.

Above: From back, left to right: Members of Eurobodalla Council’s community development team Emily Dannock, Lee Minihan and Zoe Morgan with Jeremy’s mum Amanda and brother Adam and (front) Jeremy Scully with his coveted prize.

When his photo “Ashy/sappy tree” was drawn for the major prize Jeremy said he was “speechless”.

“I didn’t expect to win it,” said the St Peter’s Anglican College student, who is now looking forward to playing Spiderman.

Jeremy’s mum Amanda said the family had many conversations about loss since losing their Malua Bay home on New Year’s…



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