Rebecca Oseland and Lynda Smith, of Great Time Cruises, have offered a three-hour cruise for the Rotary charity auction.
Rebecca Oseland and Lynda Smith, of Great Time Cruises, have offered a three-hour cruise for the Rotary charity auction.

Great Time at Rotary auction

By EMMA CORNFORD

SOMEBODY will be cruising down the Clarence River later this year if they are the highest bidder for a Great Time cruise at the Midday Rotary auction on May 7.

Co-owner of Great Time Cruises, Lynda Smith, said she and her husband Gordon had decided to donate the party cruise because Rotary was a 'good cause'.

"We like to be able to give back to the charities in the area and we thought Rotary was a good charity to give to," Lynda said.

"They need to have some big- ger things ... so they will be able to get worthwhile money for it and there are only so many vouchers we can give away so we thought 'why not have a party cruise?'."

The cruise on offer is a three-hour cruise on the Clarence for 50 people, including a meal, which is worth $1000.

"We donated one last year and they got $1400 for it so we thought we'd do it again this year and see if they can do just as well."

Tickets for the auction are available at Bright Eyes in Shoppingworld and Harvey's Jewellers in Prince Street.



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