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Northern NSW : Rescue Winter 2017
Divas on the Green Colourful costumes took centre stage during the annual Divas on the Green fundraising event held at Merewether Golf Club on 12 May. Now in its seventh year, the day raised $16,000 to be shared by the Rescue Helicopter and Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation. According to organiser Michelle Faithful, what some players may have lacked in golfing talent, they gained in knowing how to have fun and enjoy the experience. The Service’s Richard Jones and Mathew Wallace were put to hard work helping to keep the golfers hydrated on the green. When in Rome Ancient history was revisited when 310 guests attended the Rescue Helicopter’s Annual Charity Ball at the Crowne Plaza Terrigal on 28 March. Decorated in gold, green and white, the room was transformed under the Roman Nights theme with the event raising $44,000. Entertainment by speed painter Brad Blaze was a highlight of the evening that was generously supported by major sponsors Insurance House, BJ Howes, Bishop Collins and Priority Business Lawyers. Recycled power Whitehaven Coal’s new battery recycling program has turned trash into treasure for the Rescue Helicopter. Used batteries from operating sites at Werris Creek, Tarrawonga, Maules Creek and Rockglen are being collected, recycled and delivered to a scrap metal business with all proceeds donated to the Service. In addition to their Workplace Giving contribution, and the dollar for dollar matching the company already supports, Whitehaven Coal has already raised $5,000 from the battery recycling program. If you’re interested in starting a similar project call 1800 155 155 or email@example.com. (L-R) Community Liaison Officer Mick Wilson, Group Manager Community Relations and Property Tim Muldoon, Group Maintenance Manager Open Cuts Andrew Robey and Service’s Regional Marketing Manager Lisa Thomas at Whitehaven’s Gunnedah Washery. A room full of colourful divas 10 Rescue Magazine WINTER 2017
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