Theypaddled in pink, they paddled as pirates and they paddled for a pretty fabulous cause – and the sun shone on Saturday for them.
Alissia Jordan, Sharon Ball and Lorraine Ball.
Sharon Piert, of the Girls’ Day Out Paddle for Breast Cancer said organisers were “stoked” with Saturday’s fundraising event on the Clyde River.
They raised $6000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
“We had 70 registered people enter, which is down by 20 people on last year, but that was because there was so much on, like Granite Town, Tough Mudder in Canberra and heaps of other stuff,” she said.
“However the $6000 we raised, all of which will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, was only $500 down on last year.
“We had our first stand up paddlers, four of them, and we would like to thank the Batemans Bay Surf Life Saving Club for looking after us.”
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