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We received a generous donation from the False Bay Yacht Club together with these kind words:'We as the General Committee, Members and staff of False Bay Yacht Club are extremely grateful for the assistance given by the Hermanus and Agulhas NSRI stations to the crew of S/V Silver Girl during their traumatic time at sea while sailing the Mossel Bay Race.Our local NSRI station 10 is an integral part of the club. Members voluntarily contribute quite substantially to their fuel bill, on an annual basis. We have a very close relationship with Station 10 and in this way we are able to show our commitment and appreciation for their on-going assistance.Hope that you continue to receive support from the community. Keep up the enthusiasm, you certainly make a difference to the lives of those at sea!Kind regards, Anthony Wentworth, Commodore, False Bay Yacht Club'
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