Aimee Capararo aims to help the rural community by raising funds and awareness.
Aimee Capararo aims to help the rural community by raising funds and awareness.

Busy time ahead for Aimee



AIMEE Capararo is helping the rural community by raising funds for the rescue helicopter, and plans to raise awareness in rural areas about youth depression.

The seventh Coffs Harbour Showgirl entrant said the competition gave young women a chance to express their opinions and ideas about the local area and the issues that arose in their community, as well as to grow on a personal level.

A member of the Westpac Rescue Helicop- ter Volunteer Support Group, she has also raised money for the National Breast Cancer Association.

The 20-year-old receptionist and claims administrator, who is currently learning Italian, also enjoys cooking, camping, fishing, horse riding, going to the beach, playing golf and six-a-side soccer.

Showgirl competition entries close at noon today. Gates open for the 2006 Coffs Harbour Show at 1pm on Friday.



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