Lunch to get Bailey rolling

FANCY a delicious lunch on the banks of the Clarence to get four-year-old cerebal palsy sufferer Baily Jensen rolling into kindergarten on a new wheelchair?

Then Yamba Shores Tavern is the place to be this Sunday to chow down for a good cause.

Organised as part of the Peak Health and Fitness "your best body challenge'', the awards luncheon aims to raise money to add to the pot already raised to purchase Bailey's mother Trish two wheelchairs so her son can enjoy kindergarten next year.

It will also coincide with an awards presentation for the challenge. Peak Health and Fitness owner Dane Mitchell said Yamba Shores had kindly offered to donate the proceeds from every lunch to Bailey's cause.

"This Sunday we're hosting a lunch at the Tavern. Matt Muir and the Tavern team have kindly donated the food, so all of the $15 lunch will be donated directly to Bailey and Trish. All welcome." RSVP Peak Health on 6646 9546 by tomorrow.



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