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Northern NSW : Summer 2017
1 Purser Corporate Communication 2 GPP Consulting 3 Garaty Murnane 4 Peter Alcock 5 Breasley Family 6 A Plus Contracting 7 Speedflow Products 8 Moroney Rutter Mantach Lawyers 9 Berkeley Vale Storage 10 ADW Johnson 11 Hanna Group 12 Sharp Electronics Group 13 Forsythes IT 14 The Property Shop 15 Osborn Law 16 Forsythes Training 17 United Services Union – New England Branch 18 Australian Horticulture Management 20 Macquarie Manufacting 21 Ampcontrol 22 Century Private Wealth 23 South Tamworth Bowling Club 25 DSI Underground 27 Ted and Judi Cooper 28 Taggart Business Advisers 29 As Safe As 30 Quarry Mining 31 Kim Campbell 33 Towers Transport 36 Beauford Hotel 37 Alan Steggles Food Services 39 anonymous donor 40 PKF 44 Baiada 46 Pacific Palms Caravan Park 49 Safe n Sound Storage 50 Forsythes Recruitment 53 Shane Paul 58 Nancy Adams 59 The Albion Hotel 60 Delroy Park 69 Street Property Group 70 Rotary Club of Belmont 73 Stephen Baldwin 75 Evan Walton 77 Safegroup 78 Martins Stock Haulage 79 Tim White 80 Jayco Newcastle 84 Dantia 86 Conveyancing Services 88 Lease Corporation International 90 Turtle Creek Bloodlines 91 Kath McNeill 92 Robert McNeill 94 David Rankin 96 Damien Croke 99 Dalara Foundation 100 Foteff Property Group 101 Autoimmune Resource & Research Centre 104 Dolleina 111 Crosbie Wealth Management - DFK Crosbie 112 Ooranga Family Mobile Resource Unit Association 122 Pro-Cool 123 Cleanaway 135 Sparke Helmore Lawyers 138 Carrington Place 139 Peoplefusion Welcoming a new era Club 139 Foundation Members Club 139 Foundation Members When the Service announced it would replace its existing fleet with the new AgustaWestland AW139 helicopters, it invited the community to be part of this new era by becoming Foundation Members of Club 139. Each member chose a number between 1 and 139 and went into the draw to win the opportunity to name one of the new helicopters. The Service also used this initiative as a fundraising activity to make sure no one will ever have to pay to be assisted by the Rescue Helicopter. Foundation Members gathered at the Broadmeadow base on 8 December with the Rowe and Leviny family of Turtle Creek Bloodlines drawn as the naming rights member. 6 Rescue Magazine SUMMER 2017
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