This month in the news:
This years SurFebruary marks the second time that Arron Clarke have set all surfers and water-lovers a challenge to raise as much money for Chris O’Brien Lifehouse as possible. It’s an initiative that encourages everyone to get in the water for 28 days in a row to raise money for cancer research, patient care and clinical trials. Arron was inspired to set up the annual event after his wife Jenna-Lea was treated for cervical cancer at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.
- Arron speaks to The Leader about SurFebruary.
- Tracks Magazine discusses the impact of SurFebruary on cancer patients at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.
- Mark Richards encourages everyone to get involved with SurFebruary.
The Gondwana National Choral School performed at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, with Port Lincoln Times reporting on the beautiful singing.
Photo Credit: John Veage