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Northern NSW : Rescue Winter 2017
John Deere support Our friends at John Deere recently visited the Tamworth team. John Deere and associated dealers have been extremely supportive of the Service by assisting us to obtain new tractors that have helped improve our operations and safety. Tea for two High Teas are becoming a popular event on the social calendar and a great way to help raise funds. On the Central Coast, tasty high tea delicacies were enjoyed by about 100 ladies who attended Helicopter High Tea on the Green held at Pullman Magenta Shores Resort on 28 May. Guests also popped lucky balloons, chatted to a clairvoyant and perused the many stalls on offer. The event raised $3,500 with thanks to guests and sponsors Sure Eye Care along with event partners Roses 2 Go, Westfield, Star FM and Picasso Media. At Merewether Surfhouse the annual High Tea by the Sea on 7 May with celebrity emcees Carly and Tresne, who have supported the day for the past four years, attracted 192 guests. Guests enjoyed catching up with friends during a relaxing afternoon which included browsing stalls, popping balloons, and bidding on auction items, all whilst taking in the magnificent view of Merewether Beach. Special guest speakers included current Mrs Galaxy 2017, Emilie Hardes, and the Service’s Crewman, Graham ‘Nicko’ Nickisson. Organisers thanked the generous support from prize donors, volunteers and guests for helping to raise $9,000. To be sure Dedicated supporters Neville and Marilyn Smith held their annual St Huberts Island St Patrick’s Day fundraising event in March. Friendly hospitality and brewed kegs of Guinness drew a turnout of about 150 people who helped raise $4,410. Local fishing clubs including Ettalong Beach War Memorial, Ettalong Beach Hotel, Everglades Sharks and Ettalong Bowling Club were generous with donations, along with many other local residents who value knowing the Rescue Helicopter is on call should they ever need it. Guests enjoying some Irish hospitality (L-R) Tresne Middleton, Sally Bartley, Carly Saunders, Ali Kimmorley, Fiona Williams Natasha La Rosa from Alkira Early Learning Centre with friends 9 Rescue Magazine WINTER 2017
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