Team NRG!

A Rotary Club has accepted the Waimate challenge and joined the race! Leon (running) and Aydan (biking) are members of the Next Rotary Generation (NRG) Club Invercargill which has the scary claim of having an average age of 28, and 80% female membership – not your typical Rotary club! The club is always up for a challenge and decided they were crazy enough to step up and support this Rotarian cause. They are especially keen to support Kidscan (one of our dedicated charities) in their fundraising efforts, so Invercargill get behind your local team and support this great charity that has a long history of Rotarian involvement. We're keen to see the battle between the Goliath of the five Invercargill clubs and the David of the Waimate club - both on the track, and in the fundraising challenge. For race day Leon and Aydan bring some good experience to the table (along with a healthy age advantage), so may the best club/team win! Show your support over at their give-a-little page.

You can donate here.

The "Whitehorse Challenge" is an event where teams of two complete both a physical and fundraising challenge. The team will split up, with one completing an 18km run, and the other a 25km mountainbike along some stunning new tracks in Waimate, as part of the "Waimate Big Easy" even, on April 9 this year. Each team will need to raise $500 to enter the challenge, with funds being to disbursed to local, regional, and national charities. The beneficiaries will include Kids Can, South Canterbury Hospice, Centrecare Counselling, Whitehorse MTB Club, and further local groups via the Rotary Club of Waimate.


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