Foster GPs, Dr Phil Worboys and Mike Fitzgerald will have the silkiest legs in town after they subject themselves to a public waxing at the Foster Show on Saturday February 23rd, as part of the annual Murray to Moyne cycle challenge, which raises vital funds for our local hospital.
This tortuous event, which is certain to bring tears to these brave men’s eyes, will take place in front of the grand-stand, immediately after the ever-popular Dog High Jump. Nerelle Loader, from local hair and beauty salon Essential Body Basics, will inflict the pain.
Essential Body Basics will donate 10% from any waxing services between February 18th – 28th to this important cause, so book in now! Or stop by to the Salon at 6 Bridge Road Foster to drop your donation into the collection jar on the front counter.
Murray to Moyne Cycle Relay – 2013
The South Gippsland Riders are entering a team in the 2013 Murray to Moyne cycling challenge. A team of 30 riders and 6 support crew will leave Echuca on Saturday 6 April and ride in relay 520 kms throughout the night to arrive at Port Fairy by Sunday morning.
Our aim as a team is to raise money for much needed medical equipment and services for South Gippsland Hospital in Foster. We are looking for sponsors from local businesses and community members to contribute to our fund raising efforts. Any sponsorship will be greatly appreciated to assist our team in reaching our fundraising target.
Donations are tax deductible and can be made directly to South Gippsland Hospital Murray to Moyne Fundraising, via the hospital or use our donations button on the website home page: http://www.southgippslandhospital.org.au
Donations can be made at the event itself, at South Gippsland Hospital or at Essential Body Basics, which is sponsoring of this event.