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Northern NSW : Spring 2012
Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service - Rescue Spring 2012 Page 13 Rescue fins Shark shield 2 way Radio Specialist wetsuit 6mm thick with a inflation chamber on the chest for safety Rescue swimmer harness incorporating self inflating life vest Cable from Helicopter linked to harness Water gloves High line rescue to craft Wetsuit pocket Safety Knife Water boots Mask to protect the eyes from spray and debris Water Safety Helmet Pockets Containing • Flares • Sea Dye • Back up radios • EPIRB- Personal locating beacon • Whistle Freecall 1800 155 155 www.rescuehelicopter.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service Rescue Swimmer Equipment The trailer before recieving it’s trademark yellow and red lineage High tea for Helicopter It seems that Winter is the perfect time for High Tea events for the Helicopter. It may have been the first time Newcastle hosted a ‘Hunter Helicopter High Tea’ but it certainly won’t be the last. More than 90 women frocked-up and sipped tea and sparkling wine at the Sebel Newcastle Beach. The event was sponsored by ‘The Me Strategies’ with additional support from Lollypotz, Event Cinemas Glendale, Katrina Jane and Pink Sand Tanning and raised $5,000. On the Central Coast 150 women met on Sunday 3 June at Crowne Plaza Terrigal to raise $4,500. So successful is this event that Sure Optical has signed- up to sponsor four high tea events each year – two at Magenta Shores and two at Crowne Plaza Terrigal. Thanks to Sure Optical, Crowne Plaza Terrigal, Robert Oatley, Lollypotz, Roses 2Go, Anjule Beauty Therapy, Event Cinemas Tuggerah, Reviver, Magenta Shores, StarFM & Central Coast Express Advocate. New trailer last for Ian After more than 30 years in business Ian Guest is hanging up the welding equipment and heading for retirement. But in a symbolic move the last trailer he commissioned was purpose-built for the Gunnedah Support Group. The trailer complete with state-of-the-art barbecue facilities will become the flagship at many charity events for years to come.