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NSRI to host open day

Everyone is welcome to attend the NSRI Shelly Beach's open day this Saturday.

IF you want to get involved in a fantastic organisation – then don’t miss the National Sea Rescue Institute’s Shelly Beach Station 20 Open Day this Saturday, January 28 from 10am to 2pm.

Be part of an exciting volunteer rescue service.

NSRI is a charity that has over 1 000 unpaid volunteers who respond 24/7/365 to save lives on South African waters. They also teach children in disadvantaged communities about basic water safety through their proactive educational initiative the WaterWise Academy.

There is always lots happening at the station, which is located at the Sonny Evans Small Craft Harbour in Shelly Beach.

On Tuesday evening, the Shelly Beach Lions handed over a cheque for R5 000 to the organisation for upgrading and refurbishing the station’s emergency treatment room on site.

“NSRI is always on hand to help the public in emergency situations and its dedication to keeping the public safe is in line with the Lions motto of ‘We Serve’.

It is great to be able to assist these hardworking volunteers,” said Antoinette le Roux, NSRI Shelly Beach deputy station commander.


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