The Brisbane Valley Darts Assoc are holding a fundraiser for the Luder family who were involved in a car accident in December which claimed the life of three-year-old Aurora.
The Brisbane Valley Darts Assoc are holding a fundraiser for the Luder family who were involved in a car accident in December which claimed the life of three-year-old Aurora.

Brisbane Valley Darts Assoc fundraiser for the Luder family

THE Brisbane Valley Darts Association is determined to help the Luder family of Esk as they recover from a family tragedy.

On December 13 last year, Sam and Aimee Luder and their children Zac and Aurora were involved in a head on car accident near Esk.

Three-year-old Aurora was tragically killed while Sam, Aimee and Zac all suffered injuries.

With Sam's injuries preventing him from working, the Brisbane Valley Darts Association want to help out with a fundraiser.

 Association secretary Tami Leck said they had a very personal reason for wanting to help.

"In September, 2003, our association suffered a great loss when our Secretary, Theresa Luder, and President, David Luder, were killed in a head on car accident on their way home from darts," Tami said.

"They left five children orphans, including Sam. David and Theresa still remain a monument part of this association and over the years their children have visited us."

Now the club wants to pay the kindness of the family back when they host a Mixed Potluck Doubles darts event on Sunday February 8, 2015.

The event will be at the clubhouse, at the Lowood Showgrounds and all profits from the food, drinks and raffle will be going to this family, as well as any excess nomination fees.

Tami said they were asking for donations towards the raffles.

"We would appreciate any help your office could give towards the Luder family," she said.

If you can help out, contact Tami on 0423 833954 or email rtleck@dodo.com.au

Nominations must be in by 8am on the day for a 9am start.


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