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The Gisborne Photo News




The GREAT BEDPUSH clattered down Gladstone Road gathering donations for Palliative Care. Preceeded by Gisborne's Town Crier, John Kibble resplendid in his Gentleman's red suit, ringing his bell and "Hear Yea. Hear yea"ing. Members of Rotoract flanked the bed carrying buckets accepting the many kind donations. The pushed bed contained an 89 FM personality and was followed by two pipers. A great effort from Rotoract, a service club with members aged between 18 and 30.


Willie Plummer rides the bed pushed by Max Couper (Rotoract President), Caroline Haack & Jay Bullivant (representing Palliative Care) with Dave Smith & Sue Haack following.


Back from left: Dave Smith, Sue Haack, John Kibble, Max Couper, Evan Haack, Caroline Haack, Trindy Watene, Ursala Haack, Kevin Lucas, Glenda King, Karen Atkins, Liz Geuze & Glen McCulloch. Front: Neil (a visitor from Hawkes Bay) & Willie Plummer.