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Northern NSW : Summer 2017
Classic angels Trivia triumphs Generous support from the Port Stephens community has once again helped to make the annual Angel Billy Golf Classic a memorable one. A field of 168 players teed off for the 18 hole event with Port Stephens Toyota and Harvey Norman Port Stephens the major sponsors. 20 local businesses sponsored teams with McWilliams Wines, Mantra Aqua and Hamilton Island Luxury Apartments generously donating major prizes for raffles and auctions. More than 20 social teams also signed up helping to raise a collective $24,000 with the Bliss family from Bliss Tiles & Bathrooms, taking out the event day honours. To mark 19 years of commitment to the classic the Nelson Bay Volunteer Support Group organised the dedication of a seat on the 20th hole to Patron Ronnie Smith. Players enjoying a day on the green during the Angel Billy Golf Classic Members of the Newcastle Support Group held a Trivia Night at the Kahibah Sports Club raising more than $1,700 for the Service. About 100 people tested their trivia knowledge while enjoying some fun and games. A number of local businesses, clubs and organisations donated raffle prizes and other items. The winning team on the night was the ‘The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’ which included Rescue Helicopter staff led by the Service’s Volunteer Coordinator Jacqui Bailey. Winners and grinners in ‘The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’ team Heavy rain and gale force wind could not deter 105 riders from taking part in the 28th annual Denman Charity Horse Ride on 3 September which raised $7,900. Setting out from the local pony club grounds after breakfast and muster the riders headed down Ogilvie Street, before moving off through private property and meandering through nearby vineyards. Following a short stop to enjoy a delicious morning tea provided by the wonderful ‘Martindale Ladies’, the ride continued on the designated track before a BBQ lunch at the beautiful Pickering Homestead. The riders then headed back to Denman for a monster auction, a BBQ dinner and live entertainment. On horseback during the charity ride Denman charity ride 13 Rescue Magazine SUMMER 2017
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