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Last night NSRI Station 35 Witbank Dam held our first awards evening to acknowledge our newly qualify crew and to hand out a few certificates Richard Wegerle, Dean Wegerle, Travis Clack, Mark Conway and Leigh Haywood Travis Clack and Gerhard Wolmarans Corbin Clack receiving his Crew badge and key to the station Dirkie Meissenheimer receiving his Crew badge and key to the station Matthew Clack receiving his Crew badge and key to the station Gerhard Wolmarans receiving his Crew badge and key to the station Gerhard Wolmarans just so proud of receiving his crew badge Qualifying crew sharing the evening with family Dean thanking Travis Clack for being one of the founder crew members Dean thanking Mark Conway for being one of the founder crew members Dean thanking Richard Wegerle for being one of the founder crew members Richard Wegerle receiving certificates for training facilitator and swift water techniques Mark Conway receiving a certificate for Swift water techniques Travis Clack receiving a certificate for Swift water techniques Matthew Clack receiving a certificate for Swift water techniques All qualified crew at Stn35, Back from right: Mark Conway, Travis Clack, Gerhard Wolmarans, Corban Clack Front from right: Richard Wegerle, Dean Wegerle, Dirkie Meissenheimer, Matthew Clack. Newest crew members Gerhard Wolmarans, Dirkie Meissenheimer, Corbin Clack, Matthew Clack Good ole faithful’s Mark Conway, Travis Clack, Dean Wegerle, Richard Wegerle'We all had a great evening' said Station Commander Dean Wegerle, 'and I personally would like to thank everyone from NSRI head office who took the leap of faith in our team to start a rescue base after only a few meetings. Thank you for believing in me and my team, we have taken a bunch of strangers and created a family in Station35 and we have gained an extended family of over 1 000 volunteers around the country. We are growing from strength to strength and it would not be possible without the support of all our donors, supporters and the support of the organisation.'
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