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Northern NSW : Rescue Winter 2017
Port to Port MTB The new Rescue Helicopter socks proved a popular item during the fourth, and biggest, Port to Port Mountain Bike Stage race held across Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens and Hunter Valley regions on 25-28 May. More than a quarter of the 750 riders from all over Australia and overseas endured the 200km course sporting the fashionable attire. The event catered for riders of all abilities with plenty of prizes and support given to all. Current national champion Brendan Johnson won the top podium place for the men’s division, and Kathryn McInerney for the women’s . More than $1,300 was donated through rider registrations with sock sales raising $4,000. The socks can be ordered online and purchased for $20 + postage – don’t miss out! Visit:www.rescuehelicopter.com.au/ productcategories/novelty Photo courtesy of FLOW MTB. Hot rod help Members of Outlaw Hot Rod Club recently dropped in to the Tamworth base with a $900 donation raised through their annual club efforts. The club is a long-time supporter of the Rescue Helicopter. Little pigs Pig racing has officially taken its place on Tamworth’s sporting calendar following the inaugural run at The Albert Hotel. A field of seven colourful racing piglets from Noah’s Thoroughbred Racing Pigs took to the track in April as punters eagerly waited to see which little glutton would be first to the tray of milk. Punters of all ages placed their bets and made a pre-race bid for some pigs that were auctioned for more than $500 to help raise over $7,000. School staff now supporting the $2 Challenge program $2 Challenge accepted Boambee Public School has embraced the $2 Challenge with staff recently signing on to make their support count. As part of the Service’s Workplace Giving program, employees can give as little as $2 per week to help save lives. Every contribution is tax deductible and can be donated automatically through weekly pays. If you’re interested in supporting the $2 Challenge – and want to inspire your workmates and boss to do the same – contact a Community Liaison Officer on 1800 155 155. Competitors preparing their race plan before the big event 7 Rescue Magazine WINTER 2017
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