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Putting the heat on at charity golf day

NSW rural fire service volunteer firemen Andrew Robinson and Trevor Bird are fired up for the golf day with John Harden of Lions.
NSW rural fire service volunteer firemen Andrew Robinson and Trevor Bird are fired up for the golf day with John Harden of Lions. John Gass

RURAL Fire Fighters will be bringing the heat to Chinderah golf course on August 4 for the annual golf charity day put on by Cabarita and Pottsville Lions Club.

An essential service to rural communities all over the country, the Rural Fire Fighters can always do with some extra cash for new equipment.

All funds raised from the lunch and golf day will go straight to the Rural Fire Brigade; entry is $30 per person for the Ambrose pair's format tournament.

NSW rural fire service volunteer firemen Joshua Farrell and Trevor Bird are fired up for the golf day with John Harden of Lions.
NSW rural fire service volunteer firemen Joshua Farrell and Trevor Bird are fired up for the golf day with John Harden of Lions. John Gass

John Harden from the Lions Club is expecting a good turn out on the day and looks forward to participating himself if time allows.

"The golf day is amongst our most important fundraisers and the proceeds go to a very important cause in the Rural Fire Brigade.

"If I get a chance between organising I will get right amongst the action on course," Mr Harden said.

There will be a prize for almost everyone who competes with top honours going to longest drive, longest hole and overall winners.

The general public are welcome to get among the action starting at 10am on the day.

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