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Mick Gillis and fellow NSW RFS Fire Fighter, Jeff Jackson are fundraising to support Cancer Council NSW on their mission to defeat cancer.

Did you know 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime?

In September these two Fire Fighters from the Lochinvar Rural Fire Brigade plan to undertake a trek from Tamworth to Maitland, a distance of approximately 260 Km’s. During this trek, they will be pushing a wheel barrow.

Their goal is not only to raise funds for the Cancer Council, but to raise awarness of all forms of cancer and those affected.

Click HERE or the logo (above) to visit their Firies Walk for Life page. Your support is appreciated.

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