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CANSA recently hosted their shavathon awareness campaign and we have stood in solidarity with our staff, crew and donors affected by cancer.IMG_1691IMG_1693IMG_1699IMG_1701IMG_1704IMG_1714 Our head office staff standing togetherIMG-20170308-WA0007 Jeremiah Jackson, Station Commander at Station 20 Shelly Beach at work with the cutterIMG-20170308-WA0010 Station 20 Shelly Beach shavathon
after Station 15 Mossel Bay shavathonDSC_0042Ginger Stilwell crew from Station 32, Port Edward Ginger Stilwell crew from Station 32, Port EdwardIMG_1698 From Coralie “I have been so touched by this show of solidarity from my Sea Rescue family, both here at HQ and at various stations around the country, that I am at a loss for words to describe just how much it has meant to me. What I can say is that with so much love and support this little situation of mine will be a thing of the past in no time. So a very big THANK YOU to everyone for, not only shaving or spraying your hair, but also for all the messages and emails of support and encouragement that have flooded in. I am truly humbled! Thank You one and all ;o)”Coralie
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