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Janet hosted her year end breakfast for retired members and supporters on the 7th December at The Benjamin Hotel in Durban.It was a full house, with the most interesting speaker, Ken Gillings, giving a presentation on The Anglo-Zulu war.There were raffles and lucky draws which brought much fun to the morning. Janet spoke of some recent rescues and the great work done by WaterWise.A really fun morning with some new visitors joining the Lifeboat Club.Gwen Bentley and Val Dolby Gwen Bentley and Val DolbyJane Emerton, Dee Vowles Muriel Rawlins and Janet Burgess Jane Emerton, Dee Vowles, Muriel Rawlins and Janet BurgessElizabeth and Gerard Groot Elizabeth and Gerard GrootMaureen and John Burnett Maureen and John BurnettJoan Forge, Martha Heymans and Lynne Neilson Joan Forge, Martha Heymans and Lynne NeilsonLucky raffle and lucky draws winners Lucky raffle and lucky draws winners6edb142a-25ab-4017-b997-df4dd7af0a97 Yvonne de Kock, (SA Sailors Society rep), with Lynne Neilson and speaker Ken Gillings
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