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Rescue Helicopter benefits from Computer Club

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Clarence Valley Seniors Computer Club’s President Dennis Knoll presents a cheque for $1000 to Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter’s Crew Chief Roger Fry and the Computer Clubs Christmas luncheon which was held on Friday. Pic: Lynne Mowbray

 

A cheque presentation was made to the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter Service, at the Clarence Valley Seniors Computer Club’s annual Christmas party, which was held at the Clarence Hotel in Maclean on Friday.
The cheque for $1000 was presented to helicopter services Crew Chief Roger Fry by the Computer Club’s President Dennis Knoll.
Life membership to the Computer Club was presented for the first time to tireless worker Gavin Loy for his dedication to the club and in gratitude for the work he performs to the club as their IT man and repairing the clubs computers free of charge and keeping them going.
The Club is having an open day on January 18, at 48 River Street, Maclean between 9am and 12, for anyone who is interested in joining.
The Computer Club is for members 55 years and over and teaches how to use computers, ipads, iphones, tablets and smart TV.
For more information contact President Dennis Knoll: 0439 111 458.

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