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Over 200 NSRI Life Boat Circle members and supporters packed into the LBC function held at the Protea Hotel President at lunchtime today. Old friends got together, many Sea Rescue stories were told, new Bequestors recognised and a fascinating keynote speech from Sarah Waries, project manager of the City of Cape Town’s acclaimed Shark Spotters program. Thank you to all our supporters and especially the Protea Hotel President's GM Pieter Buitendag for his support of NSRI.Lesley Black, Joyce Robertson and NSRI CEO DR Cleeve Robertson. Lesley Black, Joyce Robertson and NSRI CEO DR Cleeve Robertson.A packed function room. A packed function room.Speaker Sarah Waries talked on the shark spotters program. Speaker Sarah Waries talked on the shark spotters program.Elaine and Kim. our new bequest officers. Elaine and Kim. our new bequest officers.Some of the new bequestors were presented with their certificates. Some of the new bequestors were presented with their certificates.
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