‘Spud' meets Heritage
Chloe Raymer, Celeste Henning, Alana Ilka, Bianca Wilson and Tanya Brimblecombe with Spud.
THE Gatton branch of Heritage Building Society beat 48 other branches to raise the most money for Seeing Eye Dogs Queensland in a special campaign last year.
It was the second year in a row Gatton branch topped the totals for the campaign, which has raised more than $77,000 across Heritage for the Seeing Eye Dogs in the past two years.
Their reward was the right to name a new guide dog puppy this year. They chose the name, Spud, for their puppy, now living with a host family.
To thank Heritage for its support, six-month-old Spud visited the Gatton branch with Peter Evans from Vision Australia.