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Northern NSW : Rescue Autumn 2017
Powerful Partnership Voice for Mining Family Day at McDonald Jones Stadium is a major community event to demonstrate the support for our miners. It’s well known that our miners provide power to our businesses and homes across the Hunter and NSW, as well as the broader economy. NSW mine workers and mining companies are some of the biggest supporters of the Westpac Rescue helicopter Service in our region and we are proud to partner with the NSW Minerals Council and the Newcastle Knights again in 2017. Keep an eye out for more info on how you can join thousands of mining families to cheer on the Knights when they play in their hi-vis strip later this year. The day recognises the contribution our miners make to the community, and our Service will be proud to be a part of the day. Introducing our Video Production Partner The Rescue Helicopter is excited to welcome Rollingball Productions as its video production partner for 2017. Rollingball are a professional and passionate team of people who are committed to following a creative brief, going above and beyond and delivering unique high quality videos. Rollingball is going to assist us in keeping our community informed by producing incredible life-changing rescue stories. They are gifted storytellers; creating emotive pieces that speak to the heart of what the community’s own Rescue Helicopter does 24/7. The Rescue Helicopter looks forward to working with Rollingball on various projects throughout the year. Keep your eyes out for our unbelievable rescue stories! www.rollingball.com.au An excellent drop It’s no secret the Rescue Helicopter relies on continued support from the community to help keep the Service in the air and the many acts of generosity and kindness received are always appreciated. ROBIN AND YVONNE FINDLEY Vineyard owners Robin and Yvonne Findley recently donated a supply of bottled wine in recognition of the valuable work provided by the Service. The significant donation will be put to good use to help support the Service’s many fundraising events and activities held this year. Active members of the Narrabri Rugby Club, Robin and Yvonne also donated wine to Central North region rugby clubs, along with the Charlie Teo Brain Cancer Foundation. Sold under the Bill Byron label, Findley Wines are known for their organic shiraz and cab merlot varieties and are distributed through boutique bottle shops and restaurants in Sydney. Rescue Magazine AUTUMN 2017 21
Rescue Winter 2017