Goulburn Convoy for Kids had another great year this year, despite a few changes to their schedule.
This year the event was held on Sunday morning and the organisers also hosted a charity dinner at the Grace-Millsom Centre. for the first time on Saturday night.
President of the Convoy for Kids committee Bryan Webb said it was a fantastic event and he estimated in excess of $50,000 had been raised.
"We haven't done the final tally yet, but I estimate it was in excess of that figure," Mr Webb said.
"The fundraising dinner and auction went really well. it was a lovely venue.
"The dinner included live entertainment from Kris Cummins and Wayne Rider.
"The guest speaker was Ron Finemore from Finemore Transport. He spoke about his 50 years plus in the transport industry."
Mr Webb said awards were presented on the night.
"We gave awards to Kevin Nosworthy, Frank McCarthy and Greg Thompson for their services to the industry," he said.
On Sunday, the auction for the Lead Truck was won by Andy Divall, who donated $17,000 for the honour of putting a banner on his father John's old Ford truck and leading the parade.
"It was a lovely moment and a fitting tribute to John Divall, who was a strong supporter of Convoy for Kids for many years," Mr Webb said.
"The parade went really well. It was the best lineup of trucks I have ever seen, maybe because people had more time to prepare them?"
He estimated about 280 trucks took part in the parade.
Following the parade, many ventured out to enjoy the stalls and rides.
"The Lions Club and the Salvation Army did the catering and they sold out of food," he said.
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