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Our Bequest Officer, Kim will be travelling to the Garden Route next week and will host 3 different events for Life Boat Circle.
  • Life Boat Circle together with Knysna Rescue Base invites you to a tea and tour on Wednesday 27 July 2016 at 10:00 (Cake will be served) no cost.
Please rsvp by Tuesday 26 July 2016 to kim@searescue.org.za if you would like to attend.
  • Tea and Coffee morning on Thursday 28 July 2016 at 10:00 at Meade Cafe in George (please invite a friend to introduce to Sea Rescue) R20 per person for non-members.
Please rsvp by Wednesday 27 July 2016 to kim@searescue.org.za if you would like to attend.
  • Tea and Coffee morning on Friday 29 July 2016 at 10:30 at The Blue Shed Coffee Roastery in Mossel Bay (please invite a friend to introduce to Sea Rescue) R20 per person for non-members.
Please rsvp by Thursday 28 July 2016 to kim@searescue.org.za if you would like to attend.See invitations below for more details on venue and costs.LBC INVITE 27th July 2016 KnysnaLBC Invite Thursday 28th July 2016 LBC Invite 29th July 2016 Mossel Bay
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