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Station 7 - East London:The SA Navy was in town! East London harbour was honoured to host the SA Navy for their open day this weekend. Sea Rescue was given the opportunity to sell boerewors rolls and cold drinks and various Sea Rescue memorabilia to raise funds for our station. The day was extremely successful with us selling out all boerewors rolls, cold drink and NSRI memorabilia. Our static display received numerous compliments and great support from the hundreds of people who attended the event.It was an extremely successful weekend for station 7, a total of 1300 boerewors rolls and 2500 cold drinks were sold.Our static display attracted great interest which resulted in a possible 6 new recruits!East London_4355East London_094805East London__0246East London_101717Easl London_F1439Easl London_1408Easl London_1428Easl London_1404
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