buy klonopin 2mg MELBOURNE, Australia — International and Australian sports stars began pitching in on the weekend to help relief efforts in flood-ravaged Queensland state.
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“I have been moved by what I have seen not only in my home town but across Queensland and Australia,” Laver said in a statement from his home in California. “This is a tragedy of international proportions and it is devastating to see so many families who now have nowhere to go.
“My thoughts are with you all and it makes me proud as an Australian to see how everyone pitches in during a time of crisis like this.”
order somatropin hgh Players competing Sunday will also donate the shirts they wore in the exhibition in a “Shirts off their Backs” auction that is expected to raise thousands more for the flood appeal, and buckets will be passed around during the event asking for donations.
Meanwhile, Australian Associated Press reported that Australian NBA star Andrew Bogut of the Milwaukee Bucks will auction off “The Bogut Experience” in a special bid to raise funds for the flood victims.
Bogut’s package included two return flights to Los Angeles, two tickets to see Bogut’s Bucks play the defending champions Los Angeles Lakers and dinner with Bogut.
“I’m trying to raise awareness not only in Australia, but in the world that this is a huge issue and Australia needs not only Australia’s help, but the world’s help,” Bogut said.
order carisoprodol overnight “It is really tough knowing that your fellow Australians are going through this and you’re over here (in America), you feel helpless,” Mills said. “What I’m trying to do is do whatever I can to try and help out.”
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Stud nominations for mares were donated and were to be auctioned at the Magic Millions final premium yearling sale on Saturday night. With nominations worth between $27,000 and $100,000 each, proceeds from their auction were expected to add at least $250,000 to the fund’s total.
A minute’s silence was scheduled to be observed before the main race of the day on Saturday afternoon in a tribute to the victims of the disaster.