Apex gives kids a helping hand

Lismore Base Hospital childrens ward acting nursing manager Heather Chesham (front left) and Our Kids fundraising officer Rebekka Battista (front right) being presented with a new set of scales and oxygen head box by Lismore Apex Club president Trevor Lyle (front centre) and fellow club members (rear l-r) Tracy Young (with son Christian), Andrew Davis, Russell Buttrum and Donna Lyle. Absent are Apex members Iain Young and Luke Barrett.

A few hours of hard work at the Crusty Demons show in Lismore earlier this year has allowed the Lismore Apex Club to donate $1500 to the Our Kids charity.

With two children himself who were born at Lismore Base Hospital, president Trevor Lyle wanted to give something back to the childrens ward, the club recently handed over two new sets of paediatric scales, plus an oxygen head box for the emergency department.

Our Kids helps many families across the Northern Rivers and this was a practical way of supporting those families, said Trevor. Being a part of Apex is very rewarding, and it has allowed us to help local people when theyre in need.

The Lismore Apex Clubs next meeting is Tuesday, November 7, and anyone under 45 is welcome to join. For more information phone Trevor on 0400 222 335.


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