A driving force for charity

Members of the 000 Charity Golf Day organising committee (l-r) Neville Graham, Paul Martin (Lismore Ambulance station officer) and Crystal Maher (NSW Fire Brigades) hand out cheques to Tim Murphy (Lismore City SES), Rod Harvey (Life Saver Rescue Helicopter), Rebekka Battista (Our Kids) and Heidi Tornow and Vicki Hamilton (Heartfelt House).

The 000 Charity Golf Day was once again a huge success this year, raising $6000 for six local charities Our Kids, the Life Saver Rescue Helicopter, Heartfelt House, the Lismore SES, Rural Fire Services Catering and the Childrens Christmas Appeal.

The event, organised by a committee representing Lismores emergency service, has raised a total of $25,000 in the last four years.


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