$13,000 raised for the RFDS at break­fast

North West Telegraph - - News - Robert Dougherty

Pil­bara res­i­dents raised $13,000 dur­ing this year’s Hai’s Cof­fee Com­mu­nity Break­fast For Royal Fly­ing Doc­tor Ser­vice fundraiser in Port Hed­land.

Com­mu­nity groups united for the an­nual en­ter­tain­ment ex­trav­a­ganza at Ceme­tery beach park on Novem­ber 25 to raise funds for RFDS.

Among the ac­tiv­i­ties was an army ob­sta­cle course set up by the Pil­bara Reg­i­ment, a bouncy cas­tle, face paint­ing, and fire trucks, bar­be­cue pro­vided by WA Po­lice and the all-im­por­tant visit from Santa.

There were also rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Zumba, Port Hed­land Ma­sonic Lodge, Hed­land Toy Li­brary, St John Am­bu­lance, Cooke Point Play­group, Port Hed­land Vol­un­teer Fire and Res­cue Ser­vice and the Town of Port Hed­land.

Event or­gan­is­ers thanked the com­mu­nity for its gen­er­ous sup­port and all vol­un­teers for mak­ing the event a suc­cess.

Tina Co­leta, Ad­di­son Fletcher, 8, and avi­a­tion fire­fighter Dan Mor­ri­son.

Vicky Ham­mick, Kura the Bear and Heidi Witham.

Pri­vate Dean An­der­son checks out the kids’ ob­sta­cle course.

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