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The Miss-ter Relay contestants at the Lower Clarence Relay For Life in 2015. Image: Contributed.

Who will be crowned MISS-ter Relay for the 2017 Lower Clarence Relay For Life?

The Miss-ter Relay contestants at the Lower Clarence Relay For Life in 2015. Image: Contributed.

Any ideas on who will be crowned the 2017 Lower Clarence Relay For Life ‘MISS-ter Relay Competition’? The committee are hoping some daring guys from each team will want to put their hands up for a bit of fun.
This will be an event on the Saturday evening of the Relay. All the male entrants have to do is dress up in a frock of their desire, with glitzy shoes, brightly coloured accessories and “tasteful” makeup to accentuate their best features.
Between 4.30 and 8pm, with their trusty handbags in tow, MISS-ter Relay entrants will then hop on a bus to hit the local pubs and clubs in Harwood and Yamba to fill up their purses with donations from patrons, all for a good cause.
The committee is calling on teams to find that father, brother, son, mate, friend, boyfriend, husband, partner or any bloke out there who would like to transform into a “MISS-ter Relay 2017” for a night of fun, laughter and frivolity. Organise a fancy outfit, give him a stage name and enter him into the competition.
Team captain of the Iluka Woombah Rotary Club, Stewart Hase, proudly donned his pink dress and feather boa at the 2015 event, all in the name of fun and for a good laugh.
“If you feel like dressing up in drag and visiting the local pubs and clubs to raise money on the Saturday night at Relay, the bus will be waiting. Bring your best handbag!” said Stewart.
“One of the best things about Relay is being able to engage in some of the really innovative fundraising activities that teams conduct on the day. It’s great fun,” he said.
The MISS-ter Relay contestants will raise funds for the 2017 Lower Clarence Relay For Life, to be held on Saturday & Sunday March 18-19.

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