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The past few weeks have been a busy period for our Life Boat Club. We hosted various events, teas and tours. The Life Boat Club (LBC) is a social leg of Sea Rescue open to supporters, members, donors and their friends recommended for over the age of 50, but all are most welcome. We would love you to join us in the future, so if you are not part of our mailing list then please send Natasha an email or call on 021 434 4011 to be part of these events. Some highlights below:On Thursday 25 May Helen hosted a tea for some of our Life Boat Club members and supporters at Oh My Word - The Coffee Shop in Scottburgh. She really enjoyed getting to know these very friendly and hospitable folk from the South Coast.Janet held a tea for some Durban members at the Blue Zoo restaurant at Mitchell Park. One new visitor joined our Life Boat Club and a fun chatty afternoon was had.The Clairwood Park Rotary Club enjoyed a tour of Station 5 Durban Rescue Base with Helen.Janet and LBC gave a talk and tour of Durban Base today to SAARP of Umhlanga Rocks. Passing boats gave them a wonderful display after the tea and a talk.Judy did a presentation and talk to Probus at the Highlander Pub in Grahamstown on the 6th June. Mixed Probus Meeting & NSRI presentation with Ronwynne Barnard (Secretary) and member Andrew Tracey (new LBC member)
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