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Eurobodalla Rotary Clubs raise money to buy new defibrillators

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12 fully Automatic External Defibrillators will be spread across the Eurobodalla following successful fundraising efforts from the Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma Rotary Clubs.


The clubs raised the $25,000 required to purchase the devices after collecting the money from its Christmas Races at the Moruya Jockey Club in December.


Rotary will now undertake a survey to work out where the best locations for the new devices, with 4 to be located in each town.

Rotary director David Ashford says it’s important they are in the right place.

He also says the defibrillators are easy to use.

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