Nelson Bay Grandfather to ride in charity Postie bike ride

 Wazza is ready to ride and raise funds for the children helped by Variety.
Wazza is ready to ride and raise funds for the children helped by Variety.

 

NELSON Bay builder of over 40 years, husband, father, pop and Rotarian, Warwick Mathieson (Waz) is embarking on yet another fundraising adventure, this time for Variety, the Children’s Charity.

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The Variety Postie Bike Dash is a six day charity ride throughout NSW on Honda CT110 Postie Bikes.

The event goes off the beaten track, travelling through the bush and countryside, stopping in at rural towns and schools for meals and entertainment along the way.

With the event due to start on 5 November and with entrants required to raise a minimum of $2,000 each, Waz is asking for everyone’s support through sponsorship.

When asked about his reasons behind this challenge, Waz told News Of The Area, “I’ve had a pretty good run at life and think that this is a great way to have a bit of fun while raising money for kids doing it tough.”

“I’ve got two young grandsons and they are also major reasons behind deciding to support the Variety Club.”

“Through my 21 years of Rotary, we’ve been able to help many members of our local Port Stephens community, as well as many more in remote communities such as New Guinea and Vanuatu.”

“I just thought it was time for another adventure and the Variety Club is all about helping the kids,” he said.

Anyone who wishes to support Waz raise much needed funds can go to the link below and donate:

http://2017postiedash.everydayhero.com/au/one4theroad.

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