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Sea Rescue head office took time off to enjoy a lunch together with our families as we head into the holidays and our busy season. Special thanks to Dunes restaurant for sponsoring a delicious lunch at a spectacular venue.

dunes-restaurant Dunes Restaurant, Hout Bayyearend1 Owner and host Rob accepts a small token of our appreciation from Cleeve Robertsonyearend5 Megan Hughes (PR) & Daniel Heimann (Training) with baby Skyler McHelmyearend6 Elaine Aquadro (Life boat Club) & Meriel Bartlett (Head of Fundraising & Marketing)yearend7 Kim & Elaine (Life boat Club)yearend8 Andrew Ingram (Head of Drowning Prevention)yearend2 Bruce Sanderson (Life boat Club) accepting his 5 Year Service Award from Cleeve Robertsonyearend3 Charles McHelm (WaterWise educator) accepts his 10 Year Service Award from Cleeveyearend9 Stuart Moerdyk (Fundraiser) with Cleeve

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