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Last Saturday a few of our Life Boat Club members ventured out in the cold and wet weather to enjoy a tea and tour hosted at our NSRI Station 16 Strandfontein. Vaughn Seconds, station commander shared some interesting rescue stories and some of the history of the rescue base. The members enjoyed the talk with many of them not aware that a rescue base existed in Strandfontein.Vaughn Seconds presented Anita Conrad (retired office staff member) her Honorary Life Membership Certificate. Theresa, Anita and VaughnOur Guest Speakers will represent us at events and give talks at clubs, schools, retirement villages or at company functions. If you would like to invite them to your functions or be invited to your nearest Rescue Base for an upcoming tour, then please contact or 021 434 4011.
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