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"In true Whyalla spirit the community donated very generously," Mr Pollock said.
"We could see the fire across the gulf and we see them as our neighbours, so it was thought to support those closer to home.
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Smoke and flames from the devastating Port Germein fire could be seen across the Spencer Gulf early last month.
from the council, donations from the community as well as fundraising at the council office."
"We are very happy with the response.
contribution helps in the overall bushfire appeal then we are happy to be a part of it," he said.
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The Whyalla City Council was empathetic during this tough time and decided to hold a Mayoral Australia Day Bushfire appeal to raise much needed funds for those affected.
"When we put the idea to the stall holders they were more than happy to support the cause," he said.
"We had a lot of locals helping out in the SES, CFS and St John Ambulance volunteers so this fundraiser was the least we could do for it."
The fire spread throughout Port Germein Gorge Road, Bangor in the Southern Flinders and the smoke from fires in Whyalla's sister towns was seen across the skies.
More than $1000 was raised for the Bangor bushfire appeal thanks to the Whyalla City Council and local community.
Tins were placed at various stalls during Whyalla's Australia Day celebrations at the foreshore to encourage the community to donate spare change, as well as at the Whyalla Public Library.
"The Whyalla community is always ready to assist and help others that are in need and being Whyalla proud".
Mr Stone said the council was more than happy to hold the fundraiser to provide support for those affected.
Whyalla City Council mayor Jim Pollock was impressed with locals continuing to dig deep for charitable causes.
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Whyalla City Council media and communications manager Phill Stone said the council had received a great response to the bushfire appeal.
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