A monster garage sale is being held this weekend to raise funds for the Braddy-White inquest.
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Bendigo teenagers Maureen Braddy, 16, and Allan Whyte, 17, vanished in 1968 and an inquest into their disappearance is still ongoing. Maureen’s family are holding the sale to pay for legal costs associated with the inquest.

Jodie MacDonell said the sale would have “something for everyone”. The sale is being held from 7.30am today and tomorrow at 29 Derrimut Road, White Hills.

“We’ve got toys, clothing, plants, books, furniture, bedding, household goods, beds, jars and antiques,” Ms MacDonell said.

“Our lovely neighbour works for the Comfort Inn at Kangaroo Flat and her boss has donated a night’s accommodation. So everyone who spends more than $5 will go into the draw for that.”

Lyn Ireland, Jenny Braddy, Gayle Tuddenham and Jodie MacDonell. Picture: Peter Weaving

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