Trust me sir, you?ll need a lot more sunscreen for those parts, Ms June, - Joan McIntyre, gives some advice to travellers.
Trust me sir, you?ll need a lot more sunscreen for those parts, Ms June, - Joan McIntyre, gives some advice to travellers.

Calendar revaels all



NEVER has so much been revealed by so few for so many good causes.

Coffs Harbour's own Calendar Girls launched their 2005 Calendar last night.

Twelve Coffs Harbour women put their bodies on the line to support the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour calendar project, which will raise money to help build a Patients and Carers Lodge next to the Coffs Harbour Health Campus.

The brave women who have bared all to help are Coffs Harbour Yacht Club's Sue Beedie (Ms January); the Advocate's Christine Simpson (Ms February) Coramba pub manager Robyn Kennedy-O'Neill (Ms March); 2AIR-FM announcer Paula Lennon (Ms April); Coffs Harbour Collagen and Laser Clinic's Barbara Wenman (Ms May); District Inner Wheel chairwoman Joan McIntyre (Ms June); Tom Jung Quarries' Julie Spence (Ms July); K&J Trucks partner Joanne Schuhmann (Ms August); Seasons Boutique's Christine Lubans, Jacquie's Shoe Boutique's Kay Gam and Sue Beedie (August); Quotarians Val Browning and Ruth Palmer (October); Travelworld and Lindsay Bros Transport's Greta Lindsay (Ms November).

December sees the full cast donning Santa hats, with Christine Simpson and Robyn Kennedy O'Neill taking up their fishing rods to take the year to the rear, er end.

The calendars are available from The Coffs Coast Advocate, 53 Moonee Street, Coffs Harbour and Travelworld at Park Beach Plaza. Bulk orders can be placed with Tim Bynon, 6652 9888, Greta Lindsay 6652 6766 or Dennis Martin 6651 8688. They are $10 each for up to 50; $8 each for 51 to 100 and special rates for more than 100.



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