Paddles swapped for mallets

SWAPPING their usual dragon boat paddles for mallets meant more than just a dry land activity for local paddling group, the Coffs Coast Titivators.

By joining forces with C.ex Urunga and the Urunga Croquet Club over a gentle game of croquet, the ladies were part of a Camp Quality fundraising event.

Never shy of having a laugh, the local Titivators decided to support the children's charity behind the logo laughter is the best medicine, instead of their customary breast cancer charities.

As a breast cancer survivors group, Coffs Coast Titivators normally paddle long dragon boats on the Kalang River at Bellinger River Sailing Club.

“We train, we laugh, we love, we support one another and we welcome anyone that has had breast cancer or is going through it at present,” said club spokesperson Maureen Shaw.



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