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The winner of our Friends competition was Michael De Jongh, who chose his wife Nicolette as his friend to 'Be a Hero for a Day'! Michael and Nicolette won the opportunity to attend a training session with our Sea Rescue volunteers and chose Station 18, Melkbosstrand. They visited the station this weekend and had a great time with the crew, experiencing what it was like to train as a Sea Rescue volunteer.'They are a great couple and certainly deserved to win the Friends competition,' said Station Commander Rhine Barnes. 'Our volunteers enjoyed the training exercise as much as our “Hero of the day!”This campaign was designed to introduce more people to Sea Rescue - we made 1 204 new friends !Marnette Meyer took the photographs.Michael De Jongh and Nicolette were the winners of our Be a Hero for a Day competition. Michael De Jongh and Nicolette were the winners of our Be a Hero for a Day competition.aMelkbos winner_9225aMelkbos winner_8280aMelkbos winner_8283aMelkbos winner_8339aMelkbos winner_8398aMelkbos winner_8367
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