Bev and Lyn O’Halloran from the Purple People Eater team with their mascot.
Bev and Lyn O’Halloran from the Purple People Eater team with their mascot.

Help raise money for the Endeavour

FROM Burleigh and the beaches of northern New South Wales to the seaside paradise of Bargara, this year’s entrants to the Great Endeavour Rally will have the chance to have loads of fun while helping raise money for the Endeavour Foundation.

Some local teams rallied at the Endeavour Foundation workshop yesterday to show off their cars, including the Purple People Eater team from Allora.

Bev O’Halloran is set to take part in the rally with her sister Lyn and friend Maggy, hoping to have a very good time and help the foundation.

“Our motto is to raise dust and money and that’s exactly what we plan on doing,” she said.

“Our rally record is a bit poor, and this year we’ll be on the cruise, but that doesn’t mean we will miss out on a great opportunity to have fun and help the foundation.”

Dave Burns from the “Warwick boys” team underlined the importance of the event, expressing his hope that the foundation raises as much money as possible to help disabled people.

“We want to help the Endeavour Foundation and we will have tons of fun in the races. There’s going to be plenty of mud, sticks, farm and fun in the races and I hope we can raise a very considerable amount of money,” Mr Burns said.

“It is for a very good cause and it’s the taking part that counts the most. I hope I can get home in one piece.”



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